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Marie Curie's Blooming Great Tea Party

PSG are holding a Blooming Great Tea Party today to help Marie Curie care for more people living with any terminal illness.

3 Peaks Challenge, Yorkshire

PSG's Mechanical Surveyor, Ian Pengilly, participated and completed the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge

Coledale Challenge

On Friday 20th April, PSG's Manager, Steve Carpenter, took part in the Coledale Challenge in the Lake District

Condition Improvement Funding bids 2018/19

PSG worked closely with several academies to submit bids for the 2018/19 bidding round and has been successful with four bids, securing funding in the region of £800,000.

Step Up To Feel Good Challenge

From Monday 16th April to Friday 18th May, the Business Support team took part in the Council's Step Up To Feel Good Challenge

Quantity Surveying for PSG

Most people don’t fully understand what being a Quantity Surveyor fully entails, Ken Murphy explains what it's all about.

Changes to Permitted Development for Schools

Due to the very nature of our work, it is vital that PSG keeps it's finger on the pulse when it comes to planning matters. We are responsible, amongst others, for procuring and managing various projects that fall within the remit of planning.

When thoughtful design can give the best result for less cost

When components become faulty the knee-jerk reaction is so often replacement, but further thought can sometimes pay dividends.

Savoury show stopper

Today PSG hosted a savoury bake off in the office to raise money for Severn Hospice Dragon Boat Race in July.

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