Charity Abseil for Peace Hospice Care in Watford

In Charity by lisa / September 14, 2017 / 0 Comments

As part of a community festival to celebrate Watford Community Housing Trust’s 10th anniversary on Saturday 9th September, LIFE Build’s Mike Wilde, Dean Shipp and Tim Sharp successfully completed abseiling 170ft down the side of the tallest building in Watford. 

This event raised over £10,000 for the Peace Hospice Care which is amazing! These funds go towards helping the Hospice raise the £5.3 million needed each year to provide their services for local people with a life limiting illness and their loved ones.


St Albans Charity Cycle Ride 2017

In Charity by lisa / May 15, 2017 / 0 Comments

LIFE Build has been a proud sponsor of the annual St Albans Charity Cycle Ride since 2010 and this year is the 23nd year of the event. On Sunday 14th May LIFE Build’s Ken Adams, Steve Cutler, Dominic Russell, Kevin Edge and our clients took to the Hertfordshire countryside and completed the 40 mile course.

Steve Cutler was the faster rider back on the day completing the 40 mile course in 2 hours and 3 minutes.

This year the event has raised £39,420 so far. Further details can be found at 


St Helen’s School – a new Junior School in only 14 months!

In Completed Projects by lisa / January 10, 2017 / 0 Comments

LIFE Build Solutions recently completed a new junior school in Northwood, Middlesex.

The project includes large and light classrooms, a hall, a state-of-the-art discovery centre, as well as facilities for music, art, design and technology, science and drama.

The building was designed to be as energy efficient and as ecologically sustainable as possible, including solar panels and ‘living roofs’.

The site also encourages biodiversity with a selection of plants and trees to draw in birds, spiders, bees and other insects.

Headmistress of the school, Dr Mary Short, said: “The new junior school is a beautiful new addition to St Helen’s and provides a wonderful and modern environment which will promote exciting learning for keen young minds”.

Aerial and ground footage was taken during the construction, showing Little St Helen’s, Junior School and Senior School. 

To see how we did it go to