During these unprecedented times, we have been working hard to resume construction operations by adjusting our processes to keep our clients, our employees and our supply chain partners safe. Following a thorough risk assessment of our construction sites, workshops and office workspaces, and having taken latest guidance from both Government and the Construction Leadership Council, … Continued
R W Armstrong recently received national recognition in the London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report for 2019. We were delighted to receive a letter from our Local MP congratulating the company on being recognised in the celebration of some of the most dynamic SMEs in the UK. This year’s report features companies … Continued
We are delighted to announce that Creek House has won the South East RIBA Award and the South East Project Architect of the year 2019 following a shortlist earlier this year. Chichester completed this spectacular 5-bedroom project at the start of the year and is an impressive contemporary new build to add to our expanding … Continued
R W Armstrong attended the BCoT Apprenticeship fair, one of the biggest fairs in the region, which this year had the biggest turnout they have ever had. It brought many big names like Bovis Homes, Barratt Homes, AWE, AA and Simply Health.
On Tuesday 26th March, we were delighted to support our chosen charity, the Hampshire Medical Fund, by sponsoring a private view of Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibition at the V&A in London. As part of their annual fundraising efforts, the Hampshire Medical Fund organised this magnificent evening, where 600 specially invited guests gathered at this … Continued
On Thursday 25th April, R W Armstrong took pride of place as the main sponsor for the Moda Rosa Fashion Show. The event was hosted by one of our long-standing clients at Bighton House in aid of cancer charity, Breast Cancer Haven. The champagne reception was followed by a warm welcome by ITN newsreader Alistair … Continued
Dædalus, our conservation division, has recently commenced works at Cliveden House, commissioned by the National Trust. The Grade I* Listed property this year marks 350 years of history, and as such the South Terrace is in need of some restoration work. The Terrace is thought to be the oldest part of the house, having survived two devastating … Continued