Following our previous article announcing our delight in having been shortlisted for multiple projects in this year’s RICS Awards (if you missed it, you can read more here), we are even more pleased to say that Messenger have struck gold in not one but two categories!!
The RICS Awards showcase the most inspirational initiatives and developments in land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. Messenger are thrilled to have played a part in multiple projects shortlisted for this year’s RICS 2022 Awards.
Christmas Crafting is back at Messenger. This year’s everyday item was a light bulb and we’ve had plenty of bright ideas!
The famous Christmas markets are returning to Lincoln between 2nd – 5th December and we’re busy getting into the Christmas spirit!
A fantastic transformation of the Thomas Messenger Glasshouse in the Holkham Walled Gardens. Completed in two phases with bespoke made ironmongery to match the original designs and a new bell for the tower cast with the Holkham Emblem by John Taylor & Co of Loughborough.
We are pleased to announce that we now have an in-house Gas Safe registered engineer!
The 15th century Magazine Gateway sits as a dramatic landmark entrance to the De Montfort’s University’s campus. Our conservation team have recently completed a six-month project to carry out much-needed repairs and restoration work at one of Leicester’s finest medieval buildings.
The Elizabethan House was built just before 1600, home to merchants and businessmen who wanted to work and sleep by the bustling harbour. Many years later, vital structural and strengthening works were carried out as part of Plymouth’s Mayflower 400 commemorations.
The Oratory, located in the Edgbaston area of Birmingham, was founded in 1849 by St John Henry Newman. Messenger was contracted in late 2020 to undertake extensive repairs to the lantern on the roof of the Cardinal’s Library.
This Sunday, April 18th, marks ten years since Messenger was incorporated and the years since have seen the company go from strength to strength.