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Branded winner graphic from the Lisburn & Castlereagh City Business Awards 2023

Award success – Winner of the Contribution to the Community Award

Some of the Greenview team recently attended the Lisburn & Castlereagh City Business Awards 2023 (LCCC Business Awards). We are delighted to have been awarded the Winner of the Contribution to the Community Award.

This award recognises businesses that are reaching out beyond their day-to-day business activities. Those making a positive impact and engaging business within the local community and bringing about great social benefit.

The LCCC Business Awards judges noted that “Greenview are fully invested in corporate social responsibility. As a result they are having significant positive impact in the local community. There is a real passion to make a difference and the community-focused ethos makes its employees want to get involved.”

We would like to thank each and every one of our employees that made this possible. Especially those that give their time and energy to make a difference in the communities where we live and work.

Check out the highlights of this brilliant awards night here

See more of our awards and accreditations here

Collage of images from Greenview staff donating to charities and foodbanks at Christmas time

Supporting Local Communities this Christmas

Throughout December, Greenview employees have donated generously for local charities and foodbanks, working together to make a difference for the communities where we work.

We are delighted to have made donations to Lisburn foodbank, The People’s Kitchen Belfast, Newry Women’s Aid, and Cash for Kids ‘Mission Christmas’ toy appeal.

This also accompanies our Christmas Raffle which raised £210 for The People’s Kitchen Belfast and Crisis, our Charities of the Year for 2023.

Our Corporate Social Responsibility commitment focuses on achieving positive outcomes in the communities where we operate, enabling our customers and communities to positively benefit from the positive impact we create.

Thank you to each and every member of our team for your support and help.

Image of the number 5 in gold, with a ribbon banner to celebrate Greenview's fifth birthday

Greenview turns 5

1 November 2022 marks Greenview’s fifth anniversary. Since the creation of the Greenview in 2017, there has been rapid growth in terms of the services provided, the customers we serve and the people we employ.

Our services have developed over the last five years; we now deliver fully integrated building services across the UK and Ireland including mechanical and electrical, facilities management, capital works, and sustainable energy solutions.

Just like our services, our team has grown and now includes over 300 employees, each of whom make us who we are. To support our growth, we have invested over £300,000 in training and development, including our bespoke Apprentice Programme (representing 10% of our employees) and Management Development Programme. We value and celebrate difference; 53% of our management are female, much higher than our industry average.

Our growth provided a platform for continued expansion in the services we offer within a controlled and managed methodology, through both acquisition and organic growth. Our commitment to collaboration, innovation and high levels of quality and performance, has placed us as the trusted partner of choice for many clients across a range of sectors. We now have over 55 clients, and our contract portfolio ranges in scope and size up to £16 million. Our teams have now collectively attended over 750,000 visits. We have worked through turmoil and controversy, we have had some difficult times, but we have also had some amazing times, and have become stronger for it. We have our employees at the heart of every decision we make.

We would like to thank each and every one of our employees, clients, partners and suppliers for supporting us as we look forward to the next five years.

Image of a Greenview staff member working on a radiator for a Social Housing project

Energy Saving Week 2022

To mark Energy Saving Week in Northern Ireland, we wanted to share our top energy saving/efficiency tips which will not only benefit the environment but will also help cut costs of energy consumption in the home, helping reduce your energy bills this winter.

Energy Saving Week is about helping share tested tips with householders to help them save energy, reduce costs, and help lower the impact our energy use is having on the environment.

You can view our tips including some ‘how to’ videos here:

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Finalists – NI Plumbing and Heating Awards 2022

We are delighted to share that we have been shortlisted as Finalists for Large Contractor of the Year and Apprentice of the Year at the NI Plumbing and Heating Awards 2022.

The 2022 Awards recognise NI’s plumbing and heating contractors, consultants, merchants, manufacturers, people, products and projects.

Huge congratulations to one of our apprentices, Patrick McAllister, who has been shortlisted in the Apprentice of the Year category. We are proud of each and every one of our apprentices. Through our apprenticeship programme, we aim to help close the significant skills gap in Northern Ireland.

The awards are judged by an independent panel of respected industry experts who have unrivalled experience and industry knowledge. Our services are delivered by a fantastic team who are committed to delivering high levels of quality, being a finalist for Large Contractor of the Year, we are delighted that their performance and high standards of quality have been recognised.

We look forward to the awards ceremony on Friday 11th November and wish everyone the best of luck.

Image of Jonathan McCambley, Associate Director at Greenview, with Head Coach of Lisburn Youth Football Club, holding one of their new branded football tops.

Greenview sponsors Lisburn Youth Football Club

Greenview are delighted to announce our sponsorship of Lisburn Youth Football Club’s Reserve team. Greenview have sponsored the team’s new match kit for the season ahead. Keep up with how the team do throughout their season here

Pictured are:

  • Greenview’s Jonathan McCambley, Associate Director – Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
  • Stuart Caswell, Lisburn Youth Football Club’s First Team and Head Coach
  • Senior players Glyn Rees and Matty Knox

Through our Corporate Social Responsibility commitments, we are passionate about making a positive difference to local teams and community groups.

We welcome suggestions and requests from our employees to achieve positive and sustainable outcomes in our local communities. Our community-based activities over the last 12 months have ranged from sponsoring a number of sports teams, improving community facilities, employee volunteering and our school engagement programme.

Find out more about our Corporate Social Responsibility commitments at

Image of Greenview staff members with two individuals who were given ICE Trikes thanks to Greenview's fundraising for Brain Injury Matters Week

Brain Injury Week: Greenview donates ICE Trike to Brain Injury Matters

Greenview has donated a new ICE Trike to local charity Brain Injury Matters (NI) to mark  Brain Injury Week (16th – 22nd May. The addition of this new ICE-Trike will significantly increase the number of participants that are now able to take part in Brain Injury Matters’ Pedal Power initiative.

Earlier this year, Greenview pledged its support for Brain Injury Matters, announcing it as its Charity of the Year for 2022.  Since then, the business has been fundraising for the charity which supports, promotes and empowers all those affected by Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).

Brain Injury Matters (NI) deliver a range of innovative programmes and initiatives led by a diverse team of clinicians. During Action for Brain Injury Week 2022, Brain Injury Matters (NI) is raising awareness and understanding of what can be for many brain injury survivors, a hidden disability.

Brain Injury Matters’ Pedal Power initiative runs every Friday and helps to develop participants’ motor skills including coordination, endurance and strength. The project gives participants the opportunity to interact and socialise along local Greenways, whilst also gaining with the sensory and psychological benefits of cycling outdoors.

Speaking on Greenview’s donation to the charity, Jonathan McCambley, Associate Director, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration with Greenview adds: “Following consultations with our staff and Senior Management Team, Brain Injury Matters was selected as our charity partner for 2022, and since then, we’ve learnt so much more about the organisation’s invaluable work with people who have an acquired brain injury.

As a socially responsible business, we want to support initiatives close to our employees’ hearts that really make a difference to local communities. Each ICE trike costs over £4,000.00 however it is a small price to pay when you see the joy on the participants faces. Pedal Power is a great initiative allowing participants to rekindle their enjoyment of the outdoors.

The ICE trike itself is a very versatile piece of equipment with modern componentry that you would find on most top of the range road bicycles. It has various methods of adjustment allowing each participant to have a safe, comfortable, and more importantly, enjoyable ride.

Pedal Power has been shortlisted in the Disability Category for this year’s Charity Awards, the most prestigious awards scheme in the charity sector. We’re delighted that our ICE trike donation will help support the continued development of the Pedal Power project.”

An acronym for Inspired Cycling Engineering, the ICE Recumbent Trike places the rider in a reclining position, which makes balance easier. With this latest donation, there are now 3 ICE Trikes and 1 side by side trike in the Pedal Power cycling fleet.

Treasa Rice, Engagement Manager with Brain Injury Matters adds: Pedal Power was developed by Brain injury Matters back in 2019 as research highlighted the notable benefits of exercise after brain injury. Since launching Pedal Power, we’ve been inundated with referrals from adults living with a brain injury who want to join the weekly cycling sessions, but until now, we simply couldn’t provide the opportunities for everyone due to a lack of appropriate bikes.

We’re so delighted, that on Action for Brain Injury Week, we’re able to develop our services, enabling even more adults living with an acquired brain injury to rediscover their love of cycling and the great outdoors; enabling them to live beyond their acquired brain injury.” 

Throughout 2022, Greenview will be working to support Brain Injury Matters (NI) through fundraising and employee initiatives.

For further information on Brain Injury Matters (NI) campaign for Action for Brain Injury Week 2022, visit

Collage of images of the Greenview team, celebrating new investment partner Cordovan Capital Management

Greenview announces new investment partners

Greenview and our full c.300 strong team have had an incredible journey over the past five years, growing in the Mechanical, Electrical, Heating, Property Maintenance and Sustainable Energy markets, both organically and through acquisition. We are extremely proud of what we have achieved and the quality services we deliver to our clients.

To enable the continued growth and innovation for the next phase of the journey, we are delighted to announce our new investment partners, Cordovan Capital Management. This is another significant positive development for Greenview, giving the business the support of an institutional investor as we continue to grow and further establish our brand and service offering across the UK and Ireland.

Image of Tracy Victor from Greenview and members of the South Eastern Regional College team at the Excellence Awards 2022

Greenview support SERC’s Annual Excellence Awards

Greenview were proud to support South Eastern Regional College‘s (SERC) annual Excellence Awards at their Lisburn Campus as headline sponsor. The event was a great way to highlight the commitment, efforts and achievements of people who learn or work at SERC.

Training and development is one of our core values as a business and we are proud to work in partnership with SERC to provide continual opportunities for our team to develop and expand their skills.

Pictured are: Guest speaker, Dr Katrina Collins (President Lisburn Chamber of Commerce), Heather McKee, SERC Director of Strategic Planning, Quality and Support, Deputy Mayor of LCCC Councillor Tim Mitchell, SERC Governor Alan McCrum and Tracy Victor from Greenview.

Image of Michael Burke, CEO of Greenview, Khadine Benkirane-Long and Treasa Rice, Brain Injury Matters

Greenview Pledges Support for Brain Injury Matters’ Pedal Power Initiative

Greenview has committed to raising £4,000 for the purchase of an additional ICE-Trike for Brain Injury Matters’ Pedal Power initiative that runs every Friday.

Brain Injury Matters (NI) is a charity which supports, promotes and empowers all those affected by Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) through a range of innovative programmes and initiatives led by a diverse team of clinicians, to help those affected by ABI become more independent, achieve their goals and help them adjust to life with brain injury.

An acronym for Inspired Cycling Engineering, the ICE Recumbent Trike places the rider in a reclining position, which makes balance easier, and by adding another bicycle to the initiative, Brain Injury Matters will be able to significantly increase the number of participants that can benefit from the charity’s Pedal Power initiative.

Participants of Pedal Power benefit from interacting with their peers, the sensory benefits of cycling outdoors, and the initiative also develops participants’ coordination, endurance and strength. Over the months ahead, the 300-strong Greenview team will raise funds to purchase the unique ICE-Trike. Brain Injury Matters will be able to significantly increase the number of participants that can benefit from the charity’s Pedal Power initiative.

“As a socially responsible business, Corporate Social Responsibility is at the core of the Greenview business ethos.”

“The nominations for our first annual charity were proposed by our employees, enabling us to support a cause close to our employees’ hearts, and today, we’re delighted to announce our support for local charity, Brain Injury Matters. We hope our contributions will really make a difference to support children, young people and adults affected by brain injury.” explains Michael Burke, CEO, Greenview.

Greenview asked its employees to nominate deserving local charities. Brain Injury Matters was nominated by team member, Khadine Benkirane-Long, who has witnessed first-hand the amazing work of this charity when her mother suffered from a sudden acquired brain injury.

Treasa Rice, Engagement Manager with Brain Injury Matters adds: “It’s through corporate partnerships, such as this commitment by Greenview, that we can promote our work across Northern Ireland, delivering increased services to those who are impacted by a brain injury which can be a life altering condition with significant physical, psychological, and emotional consequences.

Treasa continues: “Our Pedal Power participants enjoy the physical benefits of exercise but they can also receive a boost to their mental wellbeing from socialising with their friends on a weekly basis.   A new group is opened up for the participants and a sense of belonging emerges.  For them, the chats and brunch in the café afterwards are as important as enjoying the cycling along the local greenways and Victoria Park.”

“Thanks to Greenview’s fund, we can now plan for expanding our cycling fleet, which will enable us to offer Pedal Power to even more adults living with an acquired brain injury throughout Northern Ireland”.

Throughout 2022, Greenview will be working to support Brain Injury Matters (NI) through fundraising and employee initiatives.