We are a highly experienced, award-winning construction and interior fit-out company, based just outside of London. Established for over 25 years, we are proud of our reputation for providing a world class finish on every project. We can deliver all aspects of a fit-out project and have worked with a host of prestigious clients, many of whom return to us, again and again. Whatever the size and scope of your project our passionate and creative team can manage everything from initial design, to management and delivery of the final finish.

Your experience is extremely important to us and our board directors remain hands-on, with every project we take on. BECK is not just a fit-out company, we are a safe pair of hands to deliver your project on time, on budget and with an exceptional finish.

We would love to talk about bringing your project to life.

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We have implemented stringent and safe operating procedures, to protect & support our staff, site operatives and clients, during the pandemic.  We are constantly monitoring any changes to government guidelines within the construction sector and provide regular updates to our workforce.

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We’re delighted that the Holocaust Galleries at the @imperialwarmuseums London have won the ‘Exhibition Design’ award at the @designweekmag Awards 2022. 

The design by @cassonmann incorporated twists, turns & dead ends to support the conceptual message from the brief that the Holocaust was not inevitable but followed a chaotic path. Graphics used the aesthetic of WW2-era filing documents, quotes on walls & plinths were written using the same typewriter style typography used for Nazi deportation orders & even the acoustics were tuned for different areas within the galleries. 

The judges said: “A very difficult subject matter that was told poetically and through simple and effective design.”

Huge congratulations to the team at Casson Mann & @squintopera for their AVS design. The museum team at BECK is proud to have worked on an award-winning project of such significant cultural importance.
In October 2018, our Design Manager, Ben Johnson’s son, Samson, was diagnosed with a heart condition at just 10 weeks old.

After taking Samson to A&E his heart was found to be beating incredibly fast. A panic button was pressed to stop other patients from being treated & for all Paediatric consultants & a crash team to come immediately to his aid. He was later diagnosed with SVT, a hole in the heart & an ectopic heartbeat.

Now three years old, Samson continues to be monitored at the @royalbrompton. The research and hard work conducted by the British Heart Foundation have provided Ben’s family with much-needed information on his condition. So last weekend he rode the London to Brighton Cycle Ride to raise money for their vital work. BECK
 was delighted to sponsor Ben for such a worthy cause.

Ben says: “It was a fantastic day with amazing weather and an incredible atmosphere. I rode with my father and the hardest bit was 7 miles before the end as we approached Ditchlin Beacon, the biggest hill of the day. The work of @the_bhf is important to so many families, it was an honour to ride in support of them. I’m so grateful to BECK & everyone who sponsored me.”

If you would like to support Ben, click the link in bio.
On the last day of @museumweek, the theme is the environment. The future of planet Earth depends on us halting the depletion of non-renewable resources. 

For @burrellcollect in Glasgow, the team worked incredibly hard to futureproof the displays. The size of the collection means many items have never been on permanent display.

We created an innovative, modular, flexible system of setworks that can be taken apart & rebuilt, into many different configurations. This allows the collection to be reorganised limitless times & reduces the need for new displays to be built in the future. 

It's a complex project that we are incredibly proud to have in our portfolio.
Today’s @museumweek theme is freedom and democracy, a topic which is raised frequently in society as it continues to evolve and change. 

Last year, the team completed the galleries at @nottinghamcastle. An iconic historic landmark, which brings the story of Robin Hood to life. A man who is famed for robbing the rich & giving to the poor. Breaking free from the constrains of society and class at that time. 

We delivered one brand new & five refurbished galleries for an engaging experience. Visitors can step back in time & explore the tempestuous history of Nottingham. The galleries hold a world-class collection of oil paintings, local lace, salt-gazed pottery, jewellery, & medieval alabaster sculptures.
“I want us to be recognised as a business that thinks about sustainability &means it. That the issues we focus on are not just lip service but genuinely make a difference.”

In March last year, @brianhutch35 created the BECK Sustainability Forum to drive forward our sustainable and environmental agenda. In that time, we have significantly improved recycling at head office, used waste carriers who recycle all waste from sites with nothing going to landfill, eliminated over 15,000 plastic bottles across the business, reduced our energy consumption & donated timber offcuts from our workshop to local colleges for use by their students in their coursework. 

Link in bio for an interview with Brian on what the Forum has achieved so far & the exciting goals in place for the future.
Yesterday was World Environment Day! A planetary SOS because of climate change, nature & biodiversity loss, pollution and waste. 

In the past year alone, we have eliminated the use of over 15,000 plastic bottles throughout the business & provided all employees with their own reusable bottles for hot & cold drinks. A sustainable alternative to the throwaway coffee cups often found on UK construction sites. 

We recognise the importance of every individual & business across the globe taking measurable steps to continually reduce our impact on the planet. Our Sustainability Forum meets regularly to put goals in place for the business. Later this week, look out for an interview with @brianhutch35, Pre-Contracts Director at BECK &head of the Forum. Brian discusses all the Forum has achieved so far & the goals that are in place to achieve next.
Sometimes it’s good to step out of the workplace & really get to know the people you work with. 

So, some of the hospitality team from one of our projects at Hanover Square spent a day together in the beautiful Surrey Hills. 

A 20km hike in the early summer sunshine was taken on by five mini-groups of four. Each group was encouraged to share life skills, including map reading & using a compass. The theme of the day was positivity. Everyone was tasked with learning about something positive that a fellow teammate had achieved at work. The group ended the day with celebratory drinks at the picturesque @denbies_wine_estate in Dorking.

@edtkent, the Board Director at BECK who led the day says: “More often than not, a typical day on site is incredibly fast-paced & involves problem-solving at speed. I wanted the team to step away from work & enjoy a day at a much more relaxed pace. They enhanced the connections between them, enjoyed some time in a completely different environment & spent the day focussed only on the positive. Being mindful of the stress levels & mental health of our colleagues at BECK is just as important as the work they do.”
In just a few days’ time @csggallo, @nessiemb & @edtkent will be flying to Berlin for this year’s International Hospitality Investment Forum (IHIF). Our work in the hospitality sector is something we are incredibly proud of. This past year has seen the opening of more high-profile and award-winning projects for us, including @thenomadhotel and @thecarltontowerjumeirah.

It's the first time we’ve been able to attend IHIF since 2019 and we’re looking forward to hearing from some of the best investors, owners and developers at this year’s conference.

Photo by @nikita_pishchugin on @unsplash
Today is World Day for Safety & Health at Work 2022!  A global initiative which focuses on a healthy dialogue about a culture of safety & good health in the workplace.

Our workforce is the most valued aspect of our business & we recognise the importance of Health & Safety in the construction industry.  We believe in robust practises across the company, in our offices, sites, workshop, delivery teams & supply chain partners.

Our projects only proceed when they are safe places of work.  Finally, we ensure our teams have the skills, knowledge, training & expertise to deliver all our projects safely & to the highest standards.
How do we transform heritage buildings in narrow streets with constant traffic, which were only ever designed to accommodate the world of horse and cart?

A key aspect of many of the projects we take on is the logistics of working in busy city centres. As part of the tender process, we help our clients understand how their projects will be made possible.

3D visual plans help them visualise how we will get through a building, avoid crossover paths and keep a business operating.  For example, when a hotel remains partially open or residential properties continue to have residents on site.  Detailed logistical plans show how we will remove traditional windows for access, preserve all aspects of a period building & reinstate them, as good as new.

Heritage properties, such as @thenomadhotel (above) are a key part of our portfolio which we are proud to work on.