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£5m Refurbishment of Birmingham Museum and Arts Gallery

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Birmingham City Council has been awarded a grant of £4,998,820 by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports, delivered by Arts Council England. The grant will be utilised to address specif...
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Heritage project Highbury Hall shortlisted at the RICS Awards 2022

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Acivico has been successfully shortlisted for heritage project of the year at the RICS Awards 2022, for the refurbishment works undertaken at Highbury Hall in Birmingham. The RICS Awards showcase the ...
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Update regarding Covid 19 risk management

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Following the news regarding the emergence of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 and the Government’s recent statement regarding the introduction of measures to reduce the transmission of the virus, I wo...
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Acivico joins industry leaders to launch ‘I Built It’

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Leaders from construction, academia and recruitment have joined forces to launch ‘I Built It’ – a collaborative initiative set up to help address the significant skills shortage facing the West Midlan...
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Non-Executive Director shortlisted for Board Director of the year award

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Alison McKinna, a non-executive director for Birmingham based building services consultancy Acivico Group, has been shortlisted for the Women in IT ‘Board Director of the Year Award’. Alis...
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£18-million Eden Girls’ Leadership Academy in Birmingham completed five weeks early

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A new £18 million secondary school in Small Heath, Birmingham has been completed five weeks ahead of schedule for Birmingham City Council.  Construction of the new Eden Girls’ Leadership Academy was p...