This Saturday sees our Director, Matt Dillon joining his team mate Lauchlan Maclean-Bristol as Team Finnish! to participate in the 2023 Norfolk Superhero Challenge.
Norfolk Superhero is a charity quadrathlon for those who relish an endurance challenge. Participants take part in teams of two and together cover a course that includes a 1.5 mile walk, 1 mile swim, a 4 mile kayak through the creeks, a 45 mile circular road cycle route and an 8 mile run across the beach finishing with the last mile over the marsh. Teams must stick together and help each other out although there is a good mix of competition on show as well!
The 2023 Norfolk Superhero challenge is supporting Norfolk Community Foundation’s Nourishing Norfolk initiative to ensure that no one in Norfolk goes hungry. We are supporting the development of five hubs in North Norfolk: Wells, Fakenham, North Walsham, Purfleet Pantry in Kings Lynn and The Feed in Norwich.
We would love to receive your generous support and good wishes to this local worthy cause that is helping so many effected by the national cost of living crisis impacting Norfolk and beyond.
Aspect Group Services hosted a very successful training session with North & Hawkins Building Consultancy discussing how to identify Damp and Mould and what remedies can be used. A fantastic session with everyone benefitting from the knowledge shared.
Team Aspect Superhero’s were out in force at the Norfolk Showgrounds today, participating in Pretty Muddy and raising money for Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Amazing efforts all round and great team spirits! Still time to donate, all donations are greatly appreciated 💖
Our Property Services team have been working hard putting the final touches to the exterior façade at the new Fakenham toilet block. An external SFS subframe system has been installed to support the Equitone rainscreen panels meaning we are now entering the final stages of the project!
13 months in the planning but today we finally start the installation of new window samples to the Grade 2* listed Ziggurats at the University of East Anglia. Working in partnership with LSI Architects, Heritage England, Drayton Windows and of course our amazing client the University of East Anglia.
Aspect Group Services Ltd are getting ready this afternoon for some in house training. Sharing skills and experience is essential to all our divisions development. Our Scaffolding Team are showing Aspecte our Renewable Energy Services Division the benefits of using a Gin Wheel.
Research plays an important part for all of us. Last week we went to Futurebuild to meet suppliers showcasing new innovations and renewable technologies that we are wanting to offer customers across East Anglia in the future. With so much conversation, government grants and incentives leaning towards self-sufficiency and greater reliance on renewable energies, its time we all wake up and do our part towards making our planet greener and leaving a sustainable world for future generations.
Earlier this week on one of the coldest mornings so far this winter we we’re delighted to officially hand over the completed new NNDC Public Conveniences in the centre of Wells-next-the-Sea. A brand new, state of the art facility for locals and visitors to Wells that replaces the previous aged provision in Stearman’s Yard. Alongside modern Male, Female, Accessible and Family toilets, these facilities now include a specialist Changing Place, with a height adjustable adult-sized changing bench and tracked hoist system making a dramatic difference to the lives of those of who desperately need these facilities. Furthermore, it also includes two gender neutral accessible toilets that will be open 24/7 to the public.
Matt Dillon, Director of main contractor, Aspect Group Services commented how delighted the entire project team felt that included NNDC Assets & Property Team, SMG Architects, Canham Consulting, Kings & Barnhams Group, KGB Heating and John Plumber Partnership who have all contributed to the great success of this impressive new modern public facility.
Our Property Services team are working really hard in Wells, North Norfolk putting the final touches to the new toilet block for North Norfolk District Council, which is due for completion shortly. The building is a timber frame construction and the external facades have been cladded with a combination of traditional and modern materials to complement each other.
It’s a day of celebrations here at Aspect Group Services, as we turn 50 today. Beginning as Aspect Roofing in 1972 we have grown and evolved into Aspect Group Services the premier provider in East Anglia for Roofing, Scaffolding, Property Refurbishment and Renewable Energy Services. We will be celebrating this momentous achievement all week with Birthday cake today and a celebration BBQ on Friday. If you are in the area please drop in for a slice of cake and help us celebrate!
Our yearly Roofing Symposium comes to a close after two days reflecting on our success and challenges of the year. Aspect Group Services prides itself on customer services and continual improvement, allowing open conversations about both successes and challenges has been very beneficial in achieving this.
We are excited to start our latest flat roofing project on this high-level terrace. Our team will be removing the failing timber decking and EPDM roof coverings, we will be replacing the roof covering with Soprema Flagon membrane and a new composite decking system will be installed.
Aspect Flat Roofing has recently installed their first Green Roof and look how beautiful it is!
A warm roof system was installed onto a plywood deck with a Soprema Single ply waterproofing membrane. The Standard sedum system was supplied by skygardens and installed by our own fully trained operatives. This system has a mix of species to provide a shade tolerant, drought tolerant blanket that colours beautifully throughout the seasons. For anybody looking for an instant vegetation finish this is by far the most popular choice. If you would like more details or a quote, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
“We thought that in this toughest of years we really needed to dig as deep as we can to support a charity that has been close to my heart since its inception in 1980, and has been significant to Aspect since 2016. Children in Need touches us every year and it’s with pleasure and no small amount of pride we are happy to donate to this fantastic cause. We hope that our donation of £3,000, a thousand pounds from myself, Matt Dillon and Paul Elliston, helps some that currently can’t help themselves.”
Richard Colley – Director