Helping the cause during COVID-19

Birmingham’s principal surveyor Melissa Osborne volunteered herself for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, in order to support Trident and her community during this strange and unfamiliar time. During her furlough, Melissa has been helping her village surgery stay as safe and productive as possible. Were you approached to help or did you approach the group?… Continue reading Helping the cause during COVID-19

Getting to know… Vanessa Dacre

Vanessa Dacre has worked at Trident’s Liverpool office for a decade this year. She began her time here as a secretary but retrained whilst at Trident, and was promoted to an Finance and Accounts Administrator. When did you decide to make the change from admin to accountancy? I was already helping the accounts team out… Continue reading Getting to know… Vanessa Dacre

A day in the life of a senior secretary

Sue has been a secretary at our Leeds office for six years, and has seen the office grow to the second largest team in Trident. Secretaries are the backbone of the team, read on to find out more on what they do… 7am – Head to the gym for a body conditioning class or boxercise.… Continue reading A day in the life of a senior secretary

Will the new adjudication procedure affect you?

A new method to settle low value disputes has been launched by the Construction Industry Council. The Construction Industry Council’s Low Value Dispute Model Adjudication Procedure (CIC LVD MAP) is based around a simple process that can assist in disputes where claims are for £50,000 or lower. Adjudication has needed reform for some time, after… Continue reading Will the new adjudication procedure affect you?

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards Regulations Update – 1 April 2020

The UK government works toward their environmental performance goals in a number of ways, with one example being the upholding of Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards for existing and new buildings. This legislation broadly ensures that the most poorly performing and the least energy efficient buildings are required to be improved. As of yesterday (1 April… Continue reading Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards Regulations Update – 1 April 2020

A day in the life of a credit controller

Maxine Moran has worked at Trident’s Liverpool office for 6 years as our credit controller. You might have had the good fortune to speak with Max, who’s often on the phone with our clients to discuss deposits, payments and other financial arrangements. But what else does she do? Read on to find out… 06:15 –… Continue reading A day in the life of a credit controller

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