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Due to these unprecedented times we have decided all members of the team are to work from home. This is in the interest of both their own and families wellbeing as well as pulling together in attempt to slow the spread of the virus. We are all still available and working... read more
Project Winner – Project of the Year (under £20m)

Project Winner – Project of the Year (under £20m)

TGA were delighted to be part of the winning team for this resource and community centre in Camden. The Greenwood Centre is a new-build 3,600sq m resource and community-services centre for adult social care. It has broken new ground for the London Borough of Camden in how the building will be operated: Greenwood Centre will be run by people with disabilities, for people with disabilities. The scheme achieved excellent sustainability levels and a BREEAM Excellent rating, assisted by the use of photovoltaics and a passive night-time cooling strategy, centrally controlled by the building-management system.... read more

Livingston Designer Outlet – Livingston, Scotland

Another retail projects nears completion, with Livingston Designer Outlet having undergone a major reimagining of the Centre. The retail and leisure Centre has on offer over 70 shops, restaurants and cafes, a multi-screen cinema and indoor adventure golf along with a multi Storey car park. TGA have been working alongside Realm and Rawls on this extensive (circa £7m) mall, public space, customer services, entrance lobbies and external facade enhancement project, which is due to compete in November. This adds another project to TGA’s growing retail sector projects that includes Dalton Park, Lakeside Village Doncaster, Riverwalk Durham amongst... read more

Property and Construction Forum – Developing the “I” in BIM

TGA enjoyed a fantastic morning at Affinity Water’s offices on Thursday 26th September with the Herts Chamber of Commerce and Herts/Beds Constructing Excellence. There was a good turn out with around 40 in attendance. The event opened with the Herts Chamber introducing Affinity Water as the host and this was quickly followed by the main event – TGA showcasing BIM and REVIT, what it is, how it works and why TGA are leading the way with their expertise in developing the whole package for clients, constructors and end users. Local Director, Stephen Olley (based in Stevenage) introduced TGA and provided an overview of who we are and what we do, touching on TGA’s beginnings in Durham in 1962 and establishing the Hertfordshire Office over 25 years ago. Jason Jobes, TGA’s BIM lead and Director, provided the main presentation, with Luke Collins, Senior Revit Technician, providing a more focused ‘hands-on’ demonstration including a walkthrough and VR demo. The main presentation centred around using BIM as an opportunity, and how TGA had embraced BIM to now be able to offer a greater level of service to a wider range of potential clients. This has enabled growth in the sector and reinforced TGA as a dynamic consultancy able to react and develop to suit market trends and changes. The presentation included an excellent Q&A session, with lots of great questions and answers.... read more
Reinforcement Required

Reinforcement Required

TGA’s southern base, which has been in the south for over 40 years, has gone through major change over the last 18 months and following a number of significant project wins, we are looking to strengthen the team and build for the future. Specific areas of focus include Electrical and Mechanical Graduates, Revit MEP Technicians and Electrical Engineers at all grades (Engineer, Senior, Principal and Associate). If you are interested in this exciting opportunity to help grow TGA’s southern engineering hub, please follow this... read more

25th Annual Children North East Sandcastle Challenge

TGA have been working closely with and supporting local schools as we entered the 25th Annual Children North East Sandcastle competition alongside St Wilfred’s RC Primary School. This event was held on Friday 5th July 2019 at South Shields Little Haven Beach, in which over 50 schools took part. Liam and Luke entered the competition with two Year 6 teams from St Wilfred’s RC School, with this year’s theme being ‘Build a New World’. Both teams focused on the sustainability of our planet, with the Year 6 Pupils creating truly inspiring designs, which can be seen below.    ... read more