Social Value Certificate achieved
Downwell are pleased to be able to display our Social Value Certificate as part of our Constructionline Gold Certification
New Crusher arrives on site
We have just taken delivery of a brand new crusher to show our further commitment for reuse of materials on site.
As soon as it arrived on site it was put through its paces.
Work begins at Grange Paddocks
Work has commenced in Bishops Stortford to demolish Grange Paddocks Swimming Pool and Leisure Centre. A new centre has been built adjacent to the old one by Willmott Dixon.
Demolition for Wates at Gascoigne is complete
Our demolition work on the Gascoigne Estate is now complete. Our video shows the progress from the start to the finish of the project.
Well done to Inner City Environmental
Well done to the team at Inner City on achieving their FORS Bronze accreditation.
Demolition work has started at the Gascoigne Estate, Barking for Wates. All three Downwell Companies are on site.
Easter time donation at Thurrock Foodbank
Progress at Cheshunt and the Ugly Brown Building.
Performance beyond compliance at the Ugly Brown building
Downwell donate to Thurrock Foodbank
ISO's achieved by Inner City Environmental
Downwell is proud to announce on the eve of World Quality Day 2020, Group company Inner City Environmental have achieved their UKAS ISO9001:2015, UKAS ISO14001:2015, and UKAS ISO45001:2018.
In achieving these internationally recognised standards, they ensure their services and delivery meet all their clients' needs through effective management processes and systems. The Inner City Environmental team deserve high praise for their hard work in passing the stringent audit process and being awarded these accreditations.
The team's commitment demonstrates its drive to provide high quality, safe, and consistent service for current and future clients.
Progress in Greenwich
Downwell Demolition achieve Safe Contractor accreditation
Downwell are delighted to achieve our Safe Contractor accreditation. This shows our ongoing commitment to health and safety standards.
The Downwell Group supporting Essex Wildlife Trust
Downwell are delighted to have renewed our sponsorship of the Essex Wildlife Trust. Our membership renewed in March but because of COVID-19 there was a delay in issuing our new certificate.
Protecting the environment is very important to the Downwell Group inn everything we do including protection of wildlife.
Latest project videos from site
Downwell have a full order book leading up to Christmas and into the New Year. These are the latest progress videos from site.
Progress in Bedfordshire
High Reach Demolition Starts
Progress in Camden
Asbestos and soft strip work is nearly complete and the reduced level dig underway. One of our high reach machines will be going to site shortly to commence with the demolition.
Progress in Bedfordshire
Work has certainly progressed at our project in Bedfordshire with 3 bays remaining for demolition we are on programme.
Demolition Project Update Bedfordshire
Downwell are 2 weeks into the demolition of a large industrial estate in Bedfordshire. This is the second project for this client
Demolition Project Update
Downwell have resumed work at Camden. The local Council put a halt to any works during the lockdown period but we are now back on site.
Camden Project Update
Inner City excel in Wapping
Congratulations to Inner City Scaffolding on the successful completion of the full encapsulation of a Chimney for demolition. The work is for one of their major demolition clients which was handed over to the client in 12 days.
Inner City Scaffolding take delivery of new lorry
Inner City were delighted with their new lorry and the new graphics
Downwell are back
Downwell are pleased to be underway on a new project in Horley, Surrey. We will also have several other jobs commencing in the coming fortnight and is a positive sign for the industry as a whole.
It has been a tough time for everyone but these sort of things make you stronger and give you the ability to adapt.
Inner City Scaffolding maintain quality accreditations
We are delighted to announce that Inner City Scaffolding have successfully maintained their Chas and Constructionline accreditations.
Chas accreditation maintained
Inner City are delighted to have successfully renewed their CHAS accreditation.
New Vans for Inner City Scaffolding
We are delighted with the new vans which have just been delivered to Inner City Scaffolding. The revised branding looks very impressive.
Downwell are delighted to have maintained our Gold Constructionline accreditation. This shows our ongoing commitment to quality standards.
Thank you K2
Thank you to K2 Consultancy for giving us a mention on their Social Media. We were delighted to donate 300 protective suits to the NHS in Surrey. Nick Greenfield, MD of Inner City Environmental once again answered the call and delivered them personally.
Downwell Group donate masks to NHS
Well done to Nick Greenfield of Inner City Environmental who was out and about delivering PP3 masks from our stock to Essex Hospitals.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement - Wednesday 25th March
The Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday evening signalled the introduction of more stringent restrictions on us all and has specifically indicated that members of the public should only leave their home for very limited purposes. The message indicates that we should travel to and from work, only where this is absolutely necessary.
The management of the Downwell Group of companies which includes: Downwell Demolition, Inner City Environmental and Inner City Scaffolding has very carefully considered both the meaning and the spirit of the Prime Minister’s statement and whilst there has been some clarification from government subsequently that building sites could continue to operate, we came to the very clear decision yesterday that it was necessary for us, as a responsible contractor, to safely and securely close down our operational sites as soon as reasonably possible. Doing so will assist in maintaining the wellbeing of our customers, employees, sub-contractors, suppliers and the wider communities within which we build.
All sites have been closed down in a safe and secure manner and will remain closed until further notice.
We would like to take this opportunity of thanking all the key workers on the frontline who are continiung working for the good of us all.
The fizz has nearly all gone
Work is in the last stages at our project in Ruislip of the former soft drinks factory. The building demolition has been completed. We are currently removing the slab, foundations and some 'bad boy' concrete pads. Crushing will start next week.
The project has run to programme and materials being reused and recycled.
Our site supervisor Ross Evans and his site team have worked very hard on this project, so well done to them.
London Stadium Sponsorship
Thank you to Neil Dean at Eleven Sports Media for sending these latest pictures through of our branding at the London Stadium. With the team not performing that well at the moment at least our logo is getting some good exposure at peak times before and during the game.
Downwell will be on the advertising screens for the remainder of the season which will hopefully see West Ham stay in the Premiership.
FORS Silver achieved
We are delighted that following our annual FORS audit we have successfully been awarded our FORS Silver certificate. This shows our ongoing commitment to maintaining quality in everything we do.
We are delighted to announce
Inner City Scaffolding Contracts Director Sean Phillips will be fighting again on the 14th March at York Hall. The fight is against Davis Pagan for the vacant southern area middleweight title.
Everyone at the Downwell Group will be behind him and are very proud.
All change at Ilford Station on the demolition express
Downwell were back at Ilford Station over the weekend to start the demolition works of the ticket office. This follows on from the work that was started at Christmas by group company Inner City Scaffolding.
Inner City Environmental working at Hornsey Town Hall
Inner City Environmental are working on the grade II listed Hornsey Town Hall on the extensive asbestos removal works as part of the redevelopment by Ardmore.