Lawford Primary School

Lawford Church of England Primary School is located in Manningtree, Essex. After a Council-led consultation, it was agreed that the school would increase from a single-entry to a double-entry intake. This resulted in classroom and support space for an additional 120 pupils.

The creation of the building reduced the outside space available to the school. To create the best learning and recreation space both inside and outside, the design was created to maximise light, being aware of security issues and create a new MUGA (multi-use games area). The design resulted in a two-storey block with configuration to the existing building to create a studio space. The expansion includes eight classrooms, as well as toilet facilities, a library and two SEN rooms. The outside space includes scooter and cycle parking and the MUGA.

Hertfordshire University

The University of Hertfordshire is reconfiguring its estate as part of its 2030 Estates Vision.

The aim is to provide more flexible spaces for innovation and learning, facilitating a different way of working and socialising. We had worked for Willmott Dixon on the Institute of Sport building at the University of Hertfordshire. When Willmott Dixon was awarded the contract for The Forum, it made sense for continuity purposes for Ceetech to be on board.

NHS Medical Gas

We treat all our clients with the same high level of care and dedication. However, when installing a system that will save lives for the NHS, there is a heightened level of awareness of what could happen if our work is delayed. Our speed of response and the exceptionally high quality of our teams are two reasons why we work successfully with various NHS organisations.

In 2021, we were contracted to upgrade the medical gas system for ESNEFT (East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust). The work was completed at both their Colchester site (a 763-bed hospital) and their Ipswich site (a 552-bed hospital)


Freightliner, a subsidiary of Genesee and Wyoming Inc, is an award-winning rail freight haulier. To maintain their high-quality service, they invested in a multi-million-pound project to build a state-of-the-art railroad locomotive and wagon maintenance and fuelling facility at its Ipswich yard.

Ceetech was particularly proud to be involved in this project as Ipswich is their home town. Freightliner anticipates 20 skilled / semi-skilled jobs to be created in the new facility and intend to use local suppliers for the procurement of materials and equipment.

Following a successful tender, Ceetech was awarded the £900,000 contract for a nine-month project starting in December 2020. Ceetech was contracted to provide the M&E services to the 54-meter-long steel-framed building. The maintenance facility houses an inspection pit, two overhead cranes, and a wheel lathe, as well as supporting offices.