15 October 2014
We have great working environment, but the customer facing identity we’ve presented gives our clients the utmost confidence that we are the right people for the job. Find out how to create your brand environment with our top tips!
29 September 2014
On a wet and cold Monday morning it’s difficult to look at our own Engineering Groups efforts as an “adventure”. Indeed much of what most businesses get up to can be spectacularly mundane and repetitive. Sometimes, of course, this is essential and in our case, replicating high quality and standards is exactly what our clients want.
17 July 2014
It’s the act of creation that drives the application; that solves the problem; the skill of being able to overcome any obstacle with creative flow.
17 June 2014
Apprenticeships today are highly valued and a rich source of skilled labour, developing tomorrow’s skilled engineers and professionals. The reputation and significance of apprenticeships has ebbed and flowed, dependent on government policy. So how have apprenticeships changed over the last 60 years, and what is it like to be an apprentice today?
09 May 2014
The TEW group were awarded the 2014 Excellence in Manufacturing award by the Nottingham Evening Post and sponsored by Barclays last Thursday, 1st May.
17 February 2014
Sheila & Allan were working at Tews when they started courting “after Allan asked me out to the pictures” and were both there when they got married over 50 years ago.
07 February 2014
10 December 2013
Wayfinding is quite a science in its own right. Apparently Kevin Lynch, in his book called “The Image of the City” first alluded to the fact that signs are just devices to remind us of our journey when in fact, our environment and what we see on our journey as architectural and design features are far more robust factors that help us along the way. As he says “a consistent use and organisation of definite sensory cues from the external environment.”
21 November 2013
The key to encourage any group into areas where they may not necessary feel welcome is visibility. By raising the profile of women in rail, and providing support – young women in particular will feel less alienated by a heavily male dominated arena.