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David Tiley Promoted to Associate

We are delighted to announce that David Tiley has been promoted to the position of Associate. David has worked as a Senior Quantity Surveyor at MEA for over 22 years and has successfully delivered numerous high profile residential, education, leisure, healthcare and charity projects for both new and existing clients. He is a key member […]

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The MEA Surrey office has moved

The MEA Surrey has now moved and our new address is: Oak House, Tanshire Park, Elstead, Surrey, GU8 6LB  … just off the A3 and a short distance away from our old office.

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Angela Potter Retirement

After an incredible 5 decades of service as our Project Administrator, Angela Potter has sadly decided to retire. Angela supported our surveying team on all our construction projects that have made a lasting impression on the local landscape over the years. As our longest serving member of staff, Angela has now finally decided to hang […]

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Civic Building of the Year and SPACES Awards

Looking forward to joining Scott Brownrigg tonight at the SPACES President’s Dinner and Annual Awards in Reading to celebrate Three Rivers Academy success in being nominated for the Civic Building of the Year (CBOY) and SPACES Awards.  

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Breathing life back in to Horton Chapel in Epsom

Transforming Epsom’s neglected heritage into a new vibrant arts and heritage centre Restoration and refurbishment work has now commenced at Epsom’s Grade II listed Horton Chapel which has stood empty for many years. MEA are providing Project Management and Quantity Surveying services to this exciting community led project. Horton Chapel was built in 1901 to […]

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The MEA Bath office has moved into Queen Square

Our Bath and Chippenham offices have merged and the new home for the MEA South West office is at 26 Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HX. The new telephone number is 01225 337793. MEA is committed to growing the business in the Bath area and over the past year we have seen a significant rise in […]

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Salesian School: plans in place for the new T-Levels

The introduction of new T-levels in September 2020 offers a great alternative to A-levels for students looking to pursue a more vocational route. Through T-levels 16 to 19-year-old students are offered a mixture of classroom learning and “on-the-job” experience which will assist them in obtaining highly skilled employment, a higher apprenticeship or higher education. T […]

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Cover Story in edb magazine for Three Rivers Academy

Transforming Reputations: the School that was built ‘for free’ Surrey Secondary is an inspiration The latest edition of Education Design & Build Magazine is out now and we are delighted to see Three Rivers Academy featured on the front cover. The double page spread in edb talks about how Three Rivers Academy in Hersham, Surrey […]

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New splash pad now open in Melksham

The new £0.25m splash pad in King George V Park, Melksham was officially launched on Saturday, 3rd  August by Melksham’s mayor Cllr Jon Hubbard.  It went down a storm with the local residents and we are delighted to have been involved in this worthwhile community project. The splash pad which is located in front of the […]

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Work underway on the new Sports Hall at Guildford County School

MEA are delighted that work has commenced on site and the board is up on the new sports hall project at Guildford County School. The latest project at the school is the construction of a full size 690m2 sports hall to Sport England standards with new changing spaces, a multi-gym/fitness area, dance studio and storage. […]

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