Property specialists Colliers International are transforming container

Words: Carl Tarsey on October 5, 2018

Over the next couple weeks, the staff at the Bristol office of Colliers International will be working in collaboration with Longcroft Building Services and Bracey Interiors to convert a donated 40ft x 8ft container into a new micro flat.

The team from Colliers in Bristol, led by Senior Surveyor Amy Bracey and Director Nick Williams have gathered supported in converting the container from Screwfix; Artistic Blinds; Britannia Windows; Howdens; Little Greene Paints, and Mandarin Stone.

Tony Horrell, Chief Executive Officer UK and Ireland at Colliers International, said:

This is a superb practical initiative and I’m delighted that our staff in Bristol are involved in it

Tim Davies, head of South West and Wales at Colliers International, said:

“Staff in the Bristol office have always rolled up their sleeves and got involved in Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. This an ambitious project takes that to a new level, as by helping to transform former shipping containers into temporary homes Colliers staff will also be helping to transform the lives of homeless people in Bristol.”

The team from Colliers in Bristol take social responsibility seriously, and they are an excellent example for other businesses to follow.
We are indeed grateful for their support and generous contribution to our project.
The team here at HBH headquarters are undoubtedly excited to see the finished result, and we are looking forward to sharing it with you.

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