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30 year Long Service Award – Service Engineer

Pictured here (on the left)  receiving a gift from Armstrong Priestley is one of our longest serving employees, Chris Roberts.  From 10 year service upwards (at 5 yearly intervals) the Company has always recognised its employees long service anniversaries. Chris joined our Company on 12 October 1987 as an installation engineer and has remained a loyal employee ever since.  […]


A great achievement in aid of The Army Benevolent Fund (ABF)

As an ex-serviceman and having two sons currently serving in the armed forces the ABF (Army Benevolent Fund) has a personal resonance with our Commercial Director, Terry Bennett as the charity raises money for soldiers both past and present. Terry and his son Philip recently entered The Major Amphibious Assault event. The full route was […]


Fire Sprinkler Protection to Five High Rise Buildings in Leeds

Leeds City Council is investing £1.4m million in new fire safety systems for some of the city’s most vulnerable residents. Armstrong Priestley won the contract to retro-fit five high rise buldings, which include Burnsall Court, Carlton Croft, Queenswood Court, Rycroft Green and Sherburn Court. In total, 540 flats will be sprinkler protected. Retro-fitting involves a […]


Holland & Barrett, Manchester – Completion

Holland & Barrett is Europe’s leading retailer of vitamins, minerals and herbal supplements and have recently expanded their existing Market Street store in Manchester to become the largest such store in Europe. H&B’s new store format offers a wider range of products and customer interaction stands. Inside the new ‘More Store’, discerning ethical shoppers are […]


Fire sprinkler protection to Reckitt Benckiser R&D Facility

Armstrong Priestley has been awarded the contract for the new £105m Reckitt Benckiser development. The contract is to design and install a fire protection system across two buildings, one being the new three storey GMP Lab Building and the other being the four storey refurbished KWN Building. The system will be designed to FM standards, […]