H E Barnes, Working in conjunction with Henry Boot Construction and Barnsley Council, are set to commence the second phase of the promising redevelopment of Barnsley City Centre. The First wave of modernisation as provided the people of Barnsley with a light, contemporary Indoor Market with excellent links to public transport. This phase of the ‘Better Barnsley’ Programme will see the metropolitan centre demolished and replaced with new retail and leisure opportunities for local business. The total Better Barnsley scheme, combined with additional public realm improvements and a new college building, will bring the total town centre investment to £100m. As a proud South Yorkshire Electrical and Mechanical Services contractor, providing our turnkey M&E services to such an ambitious local scheme is held very high in our esteem.
After a great turn out of some of H E Barnes’ Best Bakers, we are please to announce we raise over £150 in one morning thanks to the much appreciated donations of our staff and suppliers on Macmillan’s Coffee Morning.
With a professional relationship spanning nearly three decades, Blakemore Retail are part of the lifeblood to H E Barnes’ reactive maintenance success. That is why with great pleasure we can announce the commencement of an innovative and Eco-friendly LED lighting scheme across England and Wales. Working closely with our Supply Chain Partners has enabled HEB to procure, supply and fit Blakemore’s chosen luminaires at a competitive rate; whilst negotiating the very best warranty period and aftercare services to complete our full turnkey service.
Thanks to the hard work of our Mechanical Contracting Team, H E Barnes is now on the Gas Safe Register. The Gas Safe register confirms our commitment to high standards and a quality mark of trust for our clients.
H E Barnes have received high praise for their collaboration with the principle contractor responsible for delivering the multi million pound leisure centre ‘North Active’; benefiting the people of High Green and the surrounding areas.
Our inclusive approach to project management set us apart from other contractors and was individually recognised by Sheffield City Council, singling out in particular the Contracts Manager overseeing the job for his attention to deadlines and open contributions to facilitating design and delivery.
The Ball, held at Coombe Abbey in Warwickshire, raised over £30,000; which could enable NSPCC visit over 3,600 children through the NSPCC Schools Service, to talk to them about abuse, help them to recognise that abuse is wrong and show them where to get help. H E Barnes hosted a table of esteemed guests from Blakemore alongside their own directors and sponsored the table pens for the event.
A ChildLine supervisor said about the Schools Service, “We took a call from a young person who is being physically abused at home. She has been trying to find the courage to tell someone for a long time, but after the NSPCC Schools Service visited her school earlier this week, she plucked up the courage to call us. ‘having someone from ChildLine visit her school helped her to realise that it’s OK to tell about what is happening to her.”
It has been a delight to be part of such a worthy cause.
Working alongside Henry Boot Construction, H E Barnes are proud to help St Wilfrid’s Centre provide safe, fixed term accommodation for clients most in need.The project will include a unit containing 20 self-contained flats with communal space, based a short walk from the existing day centre, putting into practice 24 years’ knowledge about vulnerable people, their needs and how these are to be met, breaking the cycle of homelessness and exclusion. H E Barnes will be providing the electrical and mechanical services for the buildings. We have also sponsored their fundraising “Bishop’s Walk” to raise funds for the project.
H E Barnes has been donating team kits, providing free testing for exterior lighting and giving sponsorship contributions to youth teams across Sheffield and Derbyshire to support young people in our community. We have worked with Young Owls, Dronfield Town FC, Tinsley Juniors, Top Club FC, Brunsmeer AFC and Hallam Rangers U18s this year alone and see it as a brilliant way to put back into the area round us.