Who Are TGA
TGA were established as T G Armstrong and Partners in Durham in 1962 and are now based in offices in Durham, Stevenage, Central London, Newcastle upon Tyne and Leeds.
We currently employ approximately 40 staff, all directly employed in the delivery of building services and spread across all of our offices.
Our experience covers many sectors including healthcare, education (schools, colleges and universities), leisure, commercial offices, historic buildings, museums and galleries, retail accommodation, laboratories, industrial developments and others.
We work on a wide range of project types including new build and refurbishments, procured via traditional design team led commissions and via design and build contractors.
As a wholly owned private limited liability partnership, each Director is actively involved in each project and is directly accessible throughout the course of all projects.
Our engineers strive to understand the needs and expectations of the Client, and to create environments for improved performance, comfort and efficiency.
Our success is born from our ability to adapt in a continually changing environment, staying abreast of the latest technology, legislation and, of course, by maintaining close relationships with our Clients.
Tom Armstrong appointed Director
Mike Dillon and John Carr appointed Directors
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Gateshead
Richard Armstrong appointed Director
London Underground St James' Park
Middlesex Hospital London
The Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital
David Reynolds, Graeme Carr, Mike Waugh appointed Directors
Durham Gala Theatre
Park Royal Offices
Alex Maguire appointed Director
Steve Olley, Jason Jobes and Garry Norton appointed Directors
Dudley House, London
Scott Graham appointed Director
Durham Miners' Association, Redhills
Our values as a company are:
“To grow trusted relationships whilst delivering projects we are proud of.”
“Working together with integrity, commitment, honesty and accountability in an innovative, collaborative environment focused on providing the best solution, not necessarily the easy solution, in the most efficient and cost-effective way.”