News Archive 2012

  • Famous Archive is Music to T R Freeman’s Ears

    2013 marks the centenary year of the English composer Benjamin Britten who was born in 1913 and died in 1976. His internationally significant archive, housed on the site of The Red House in Aldeburgh, Suffolk where he lived and worked, is to be re-homed in a brand new building, due for completion in time for the centenary.

  • T R Freeman Takes Centre Stage With New Concert Hall

    Architectural roofing and cladding company T R Freeman has won the contract to install the roof on a new concert hall for Saffron Walden County High School. The venue has been designed for an audience of approximately 800 and will comprise a main auditorium, with raked seating and a balcony, as well as changing rooms, rehearsal space and ancillary rooms.

  • T R Freeman on Track with Roofing for New Network Rail HQ

    Roofing specialists T R Freeman have been on site at Quadrant:MK, Network Rail’s new national centre in Milton Keynes, for approaching a year now installing a variety of roofing elements, project value, circa £1.1m.