BEM Services have aligned themselves with the New Forest District Council through an M & E contract which amounts to a grand total of 6 thousand pounds. The development, a strand of an even greater 1.3 million pound initiative organized by the Heritage Lottery, has been put in place in order that the Eling Tide Mill of Hampshire will see some vast improvements that will make it the pride of the county and of its nearby residents. BEM Services intend to put their work into preserving, aiding and abetting the mill, an authentic historical artefact dating as far back as 1785, for the future.
What such an initiative will ensure is that people of the younger generation spectrum visiting the area, such as on school trips or just for fun, will be able to benefit from witnessing a real, well preserved piece of historical evidence from the past. The proposed scheme will also allow for the development of a café area that will be able to provide seating space for up to 28 visitors and tourists to the area. At 215 square meters, it will undoubtedly prove to be a success and BEM Services are pleased to be able to contribute to the effort, having earned themselves a good reputation with clients from all over the country for their punctuality and efficacy in delivering planned projects on time and at low costs.
Mister Mark Boardman the MD of BEM Services has declared his happiness in the company’s commitment to this more unusual project. The structure will involve BEM Services committing to cable wire and piping installations to ensure that the mill is as beneficial to visitors and tourists as possible and that it will be able to provide the Hampshire area with greater interest and enthusiasm in the tourist sector. Through this the New Forest’s initiative to improve the mill will prove, with the reliable services of BEM, to be a successful and well-intentioned one.