SEH French continues to be busy working in and supporting our local communities. Here you can find all the latest news, from projects to contract wins.
You can also download a range of resources including our QSE statement, CSR report and Covid-19 action plan.

19 January 2023

SEH French named in Pagabo’s £1 billion Medium Works Framework 

SEH French is thrilled to announce we have been named within Pagabo’s £1 billion Medium Works Framework.   We are among

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8 November 2022

SEH French sponsors “eye-opening” mental health in construction event

SEH French has displayed its commitment to supporting and raising awareness of mental health in construction.  The company was one

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Image shows artists impression of the new SEND block - image by Concertus

17 October 2022

SEH to help boost SEND provision in Oulton Broad

A project to increase provision for children with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) in Oulton Broad is underway.   The

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1 August 2022

Collaboration is vital to overcome “unprecedented” state of construction

The bosses of a Suffolk construction firm say contractors, suppliers and clients must work together to overcome challenges facing the

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21 July 2022

SEH French raises more than £2.6k for dementia charity

The team at SEH French is delighted to have raised more than £2,600 to fund dementia research and support, over

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SEH French Alzheimer's Society charity walk team standing together with SEH French banner.

25 May 2022

SEH French to walk 30km in aid of dementia charity

A team from SEH French will be walking almost 30km to raise money for vital research to find a cure

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Edgar Sewter Primary School ground-breaking ceremony

19 January 2022

Expansion of Suffolk primary school underway to create more than 100 extra spaces

Works to expand a primary school in Suffolk, creating an additional 105 spaces for pupils, are now underway. The project

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20 December 2021

Suffolk construction boss hopeful “extremely challenging” 2021 will remain in the past

Following a difficult year for the construction industry caused by overnight price-hikes, material shortages and Covid-19 – a Suffolk construction

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28 May 2021

Construction boss urges industry to “swap swagger for sympathy” to tackle mental health problems

A leading construction company is tackling masculine stereotypes, offsetting stigmas and starting conversations about mental health as part of a

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