Wednesday, 2 January 2013

2012 review

We would like to send to all of our clients, colleagues, friends and families our very best wishes for a peaceful and prosperous year in 2013.

We have been looking back upon a successful 2012, which – in the midst of one of the gloomiest financial and business periods that most of us can remember – has seen Taylor Tuxford Associates continue to punch above its weight in the construction sector.

One of the highlights of the year for us has been the launching of Taylor Tuxford Associates’ new Website, which we hope you are all finding to be more informative about our range of services as well as being more attractive to the eye and easier to navigate through.  We would like to take this opportunity to give our sincere thanks to Will and Charlotte Shu of Mookat Web Solutions ( for all of their help in putting the Website together.

Also, in December, Taylor Tuxford Associates passed another small milestone in the form of its 600th individual project since the company was formed in 2009.  We should like to thank all of our individual clients for their tremendous support over the past three and a half years in enabling us to accomplish this impressive number of projects.

Over the past year, as well as providing a service to (literally) hundreds of domestic customers, Taylor Tuxford Associates has added several important new names to its portfolio of corporate clients, including amongst others: Lincoln Electric, Imperial Tobacco, CVS Ltd, Auburn Ainsley, S3 Renewables, SCX Special Projects, Maltby Town Council, Irwin Mitchell, Furniss White Foundries, CKD Galbraith and Heaton Park Estates.

We should also like to thank our repeat/regular corporate clients for their continued support this past year, including amongst others: PDR Group, South Yorkshire Housing Association, The DL Company, Innes England, Fernie Greaves, Time Architects, Evolution Power Tools, Oxley & Coward, Tierney & Co, Walker & Co, Thoresby Estates, Fitzwilliam (Wentworth) Estates, GFP Construction and CS Surveying and Architectural Services.  If we have inadvertently missed anyone out, please accept our sincere apologies.

Going forward, in addition to our hopes for continued commercial success, Taylor Tuxford Associates proposes to continue to punch above its weight, by making positive contributions to the local/regional construction industry.  To that end, Rhys continues to serve as a member of the Property and Construction Sector Group which provides input and support to the Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (SCR LEP).  Rhys has also been invited - for the fifth consecutive year - to chair the judging panel for the forthcoming 2013 LABC Building Excellence Awards. 

Michelle meanwhile, continues in her role as the elected Yorkshire and Humber Regional Secretary of the Association of Building Engineers and as such is actively involved in arranging suitable and appropriate Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities for our professional colleagues in and around the Yorkshire and Humber Region.