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25th May 2017

Farrans shortlisted for Responsible Business Award

Farrans has been shortlisted for a Responsible Business Award in Northern Ireland.


25th May 2017

Going the Extra Mile at Harris Academy

The Farrans team on the Phase 2 Harris Academy project are leading the way when it comes to empowerment and self-education, with a programme of on-site CPD events rolled out over recent months.


19th May 2017

The Largest Office in Northern Ireland: Farrans Get Green Light to Build

One Bankmore Square, the £65m office block project in the centre of Belfast, has been given the green light by Belfast City Council, following a successful planning application this week.


15th May 2017

CCS Award for Cambridge Education project

The team at Storey’s Field Centre in Cambridge are delighted to have recently received a 2017 Considerate Constructors Scheme National Site Award.


3rd May 2017

Farrans Plant Manager Wins CRH Europe Safety Award

Farrans Plant Manager, Don Creighton, has received a CRH Safety Award at the 7th Annual Europe Safety Awards in Amsterdam.


24th April 2017

Farrans to Host Supplier Engagement Event at Titanic

Farrans is delighted to be holding a Supplier Engagement event on Thursday 4th May at Titanic, Belfast.


19th April 2017

Praise for early completion of Harburnhead Windfarm

Farrans has received praise for the early completion of Harburnhead Windfarm - a 52MW, 22 turbine site, located 20 miles South-West of Edinburgh.


5th April 2017

East Belfast Community Revitalised by Greenway Scheme

Farrans has completed works on the Connswater Community Greenway – an inspirational living landmark which has revitalised the local community in East Belfast.


29th March 2017

300m Bridge Deck In Place Across River Wear

The bridge deck of Sunderland’s New Wear Crossing has now been successfully launched across the River Wear.


28th March 2017

Disused Convent to form part of £26.5m school in Chichester

Farrans is breaking new ground once again, with work now underway to redevelop the £26.5m Chichester Free School on the site of a former Carmelite Convent.