Home About Contribute Sponsorship Contact Sign In


Construction Industry News

Vital work by Major Cooling and Heating brings comfort to poorly pets

Vital work by Major Cooling and Heating brings comfort to poorly pets

"We have worked with Abbey Green Vets for many years and are pleased to hear the new air conditioning system brought comfort to everyone visiting the practice."
Peter Heming, MD of Heming Group

Family-run Cotswold company Major Cooling and Heating has played a vital part bringing comfort to poorly pets after installing a high specification air conditioning system at a leading veterinary practice.

The company – part of the 51-year-old Heming Group in Willersey, near Broadway – installed three Mitsubishi single split wall mount systems into the consultation room, ward and waiting room at Abbey Green Vets in Broadway.

Peter Heming, MD of Heming Group, said: “We have worked with Abbey Green Vets for many years and are pleased to hear the new air conditioning system brought comfort to everyone visiting the practice.  As the business is situated in an area of outstanding beauty, planning permission was sought and our condensers were approved before work could begin. The electrical supply was provided by sister company Ford Electrical.”

Abbey Green Vets Director Graeme Sanderson said: “We used Major’s for the recent installation and ongoing servicing of our air conditioning unit at our veterinary clinic. We are delighted with the service we have received and would happily recommend them. The air conditioning itself has made a huge difference to the benefit of clients, staff and pets alike.”

Heming Group – which celebrated 50 years of trading last year - comprises Heming Plant Hire, Heming Services, Heming Engineering and Ford Electrical – in addition to Major Cooling and Heating.

Established in 1893, Abbey Green Vets is a locally owned practice providing veterinary care for both pets and farm animals in the North Cotswolds area. It has surgeries in Broadway and Winchcombe.




Construction Business News - North East modular housebuilder CoreHaus has teamed up with a County Durham-based college to recruit, train and develop the region s next generation of skilled construction professionals.

CoreHaus creates region's future construction workforce

Construction Business News - A unique training scheme to combat the nationwide shortage of blue-collar workers has been announced by one of the region s key training organisations. Geon Training based in Gateshead s Team Valley has a growing 2.2 million national portfolio, including contracts with local colleges and national providers.

Geon Build Up Trainees Confidence for Construction Jobs

Construction Business News - The MP donned a hard hat and high viz jacket to help lay a brick and view plans for the 63 age-exclusive apartments with Adlington Retirement Living Construction Director Lee Pitchford and Site Manager Gareth Holdcroft.

Local MP visits construction site for Heaton Mersey retirement community

Construction Business News - In a weird coincidence that even Morpeth planning consultant Tony Carter couldn t have planned, he and a university intern discovered that they both have one thing in common their names.

Carter Smith Meets Carter Smith

Construction Business News - Award-winning homebuilder Miller Homes has submitted its plans to Manchester City Council to transform The Manchester College s Northenden campus into flagship sustainable homes for south Manchester, in 2022.

Miller Homes obtains planning validation for Manchester development

Construction Business News - Wayne Green, Adlington Retirement Living site manager for The Sidings, on Wharf Street in Lytham and Manny Marfo, crane operator, have been praised for their community spirit after spotting the youngster pointing at the crane.

Adlington Retirement Living site team commended for going the extra mile

Ten Times Ten

Analytics, Modelling & Business Intelligence Specialists