Work Starts at Dartford Valley Rugby Club

Work Starts at Dartford Valley Rugby Club

A local community project that TGA are involved with has commenced on site (https://www.kentonline.co.uk/dartford/news/rugby-club-revamp-begins-199775/). TGA are providing the Mechanical & Electrical Services Design fort this local rugby club from the Stevenage Office. The project includes a new 880m2 clubhouse, social centre and two pitches created for Dartford Valley Rugby Club at Stone Lodge. One of the pitches will be 3G – meaning it’s made of an artificial surface – with floodlights while the second is a grass pitch. This project will provide a great new home for the local rugby club as well as a hospitality and social space for the Community. To find out more about the club visit...

Project for Stevenage Borough Council

TGA are delighted to be working with Stevenage Borough Council on the Silkin Court Project. The project comprises the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Services associated with the refurbishment of the existing communal areas in Block 17-18 and 38 which will also incorporate the provision of 5 No new assisted living units for the Council, the site is located at Cotney Croft, Stevenage, Herts, SG2 9PT. TGA Senior Associate Ellis Dudley says “TGA worked predominantly with the Council on a number of projects in the past, including Symonds Green Community Centre Stevenage, Gordon Craig Leisure Centre Stevenage,Q3 Office Accommodation Stevenage, Poplars Community Centre Stevenage and are pleased to be reengaging with the local authority for this scheme. Hopefully this is one of...

New Starters at TGA !

Over the last few months we have had multiple new starters, Including; Courtney Joining in Oct 2017 as an apprentice Digital Engineer, Courtney is currently studying a Foundation Degree at Gateshead College and will then move on to complete a Building Services Degree at University. Elli Joined on the 5th November as a Business Admin Apprentice, along side Craig who has joined us as a Revit Technician from...
Auckland Tower

Auckland Tower

TGA have been heavily involved with The Auckland Project (TAP) as part of the overall masterplan plan for Auckland Castle and on Saturday the £2.5m Welcome Centre, featuring a 95ft (29m) tower was opened for visitors. Visitors will be able to enjoy panoramic view from the towers 15m high viewing platform! The tower is located outside the walls of Auckland Castle, which is part of a project to regenerate the town and attract more visitors. The tower will be the first point for visitors to find out more information for the venues that are to open over the next two years. Auckland Tower is the latest attraction to be completed by TAP that TGA have been involved with, with another recent project including the Mining Art Gallery. The Scotland Wing Extension and main Auckland Castle redevelopment is currently on site and progressing...
TGA’s New Leeds Office

TGA’s New Leeds Office

TGA are delighted to announce that they are expanding their Northern office base by opening an Engineering Office in Leeds City Centre. TGA will be based at the Pinnacle Building, which is a significant landmark building in Leeds, right in the heart of the City and close to the rail links to TGA’s other offices in Newcastle, Durham, Stevenage and London. This location is intended to reinforce TGA’s capabilities in the Leeds City Region, including supporting existing Clients in York, Harrogate, Kirklees and Bradford. TGA Director Jason Jobes, on opening the Leeds base said “TGA have worked in the region for a long time and following a number of successful projects have seen a need to expand to further develop existing and new project...
Northumbria University Graduation 2017

Northumbria University Graduation 2017

Congratulations to our Mechanical Engineer Liam on his graduation with a Masters of Engineering on the 7th July 2017 from the Building Services course at Northumbria University. This is an excellent step forward in his development and although it has been very challenging, his commitment to studying and working shows that Liam has what it takes to develop into a great engineer! Liam follows a long line of graduates from Northumbria, dating back over three decades, and he will soon be followed by the next generation of TGA’s future engineers in 2018. This continues to demonstrate TGA’s ongoing commitment to ‘growing their own’ and investing heavily in the development of young...