This summer, we realised that Sheriff Construction reached its 18th year of business. For many people, an 18th birthday is often referred to as ‘coming of age’, a point that marks the transition from childhood to adulthood.

However, that transition is never really an overnight occurrence, rather a continuous journey of growth that continues far beyond the birthday celebrations. In much the same way, Sheriff’s journey from a small family business to the much bigger organisation we’ve become today has been a long pathway to maturity and we’ve still got some more growing to do! Read more of our story here.

Today (20th June) is World Refugee Day, a moment when people are invited to not only consider the plight and dismal conditions faced by millions of refugees around the world, but also to celebrate the strength and courage of people who have been forced to flee their home countries to escape disaster, conflict or persecution.

Offering the tagline ‘Hope away from Home. A world where refugees are always included’, this year’s theme made us wonder what the inclusion of refugees has meant for the UK in general and how it might work within industries like construction. Read this week’s blog to find out more.

As Sheriff continues to celebrate its 15th anniversary this year, we thought it was time to take a trip down memory lane and look at some of the many places where we’ve undertaken contracts during that time. So here goes: There was Abbots Langley, Apsley, Aylesbury, Battersea, Berkhamsted, Bishops Stortford, Brentford, Chalton, Cheshunt, Cloverhill, Colindale,…