Firm behind HQ fit-out for Beatles music label sees profit jump – Jordan Marshall, Building Magazine

17th June 2019

We are pleased to release our 2019 financial results on the Building Magazine website this month. See below…

What our Sales & Marketing Director, Anthony Brown, learned in 2018 – Great piece in Mix Interiors last month!

19th February 2019

The Big Question – What did you learn from 2018 (no mention of Brexit please)? ANTHONY BROWN, SALES…

‘To be the best, you need to be Defect Free’ – Great interview with Steve and Anthony in SpecFinish

29th January 2019

2018 Press Round Up

18th January 2019

Check out all of our press from 2018 below: Fit-out firm BW sets out growth plans: People…

Anthony Brown on the meeting room naming debate

16th November 2018

Naming stuff is a precarious business. And you don’t have to look too hard to find examples of…

Brexit fears in fit-out market have been overblown

15th August 2018

Fit-out specialist dismisses Brexit slowdown as turnover jumps 50% London-based fit-out firm BW has said Brexit is having…

Gensler designs a co-working space for the Stephen Lawrence Centre to empower young people and start-ups

20th March 2018

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust has launched a co-working space for start-ups and small businesses working within the…

Fit-out firm BW sets out growth plans

14th January 2018

BW sizing up bigger jobs and overseas alliances as it aims to push income to a ‘comfortable’ £250m…

Blockchains keep us together

28th September 2017

Our Sales & Marketing Director shares his thoughts on how blockchain will impact fit out…

Management buy-out of BW

16th August 2017

Excited to announce that BW directors have completed a management buy-out (MBO) of the business.

Delighted to announce our second global alliance partner, HITT in America!

2nd August 2017

Thrilled to announce our second global alliance with US based turnkey construction company HITT, following a similar partnership with Shape in Australia.

‘Untapped technology’ – Vicki Webb featured in Building

6th June 2017

Brexit and the skills crisis could be what the construction industry needs to make some really innovative break-throughs that will improve efficiency and productivity