Although the fate of our ‘SME of the Year’ entry lies in the hands of the Judges at the South East Constructing Excellence Awards, the ‘People’s Choice’ Award is totally down to public vote. People are at the heart of our business, and that doesn’t just mean our valued clients, but also our dedicated employees.

You can see our full entry here for ‘SME of the Year’. We’d be honoured to receive your vote. All you need to do is scroll to the bottom of the entry page and click ‘Vote’!

Thank you,

Team Modus


Following a thorough tender process, Modus has been accepted as a supplier onto the NHS London Procurement Partnership under the Estates and Facilities Consultancy Services DPS for Quantity Surveying and Cost Consultancy Services. The initial DPS will last 5 years, with the possibility of further extension. With every penny spent by public sector bodies being scrutinised, the DPS ensures Contracting Authorities have access to suitably qualified and experienced suppliers to provide specific categories of work.

Hosted by Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT), the LPP currently works in collaboration with 52 named NHS Trusts and community providers, 30 Clinical Commissioning Group clusters, Community Health Partnerships and a number of non-NHS organisations. Modus will be offering services to the Greater London and South East areas under the framework.

We look forward to providing the partnership with our Cost Consultancy Services, increasing not only efficiency but also trust and reliability from SMEs into the public sector.


We’re excited to announce that we have been shortlisted for ‘SME of the Year’ in the 2021 South East Constructing Excellence Awards (SECBE). The evaluation criteria analyses business growth, investment in employees, engagement with supply chains and development and performance targets, amongst other aspects.

Interviews and presentations in front of a judging panel will take place in late May, with a virtual awards ceremony being held in early July.

Good luck and congratulations to all other businesses shortlisted!

It’s National Apprenticeship Week #NAW2021

It’s National Apprenticeship Week, so what better way to get involved than to share the experiences of our very own apprentices. Nearly half of our workforce have joined us through our apprenticeship scheme and have had the opportunity to attend university whilst gaining on-the-job experience. From now qualified staff to our newest apprentice, read their stories below! #NAW2021 

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We are super proud to announce that despite a demanding 2020, 4 of the Modus team passed their respective exams with flying colours! Staff development and training are at the core of Modus’ principles, and with the fantastic grades achieved, it’s clear that our staff really love what they do.

Sam Prideaux, our first ever Trainee Surveyor (starting with us back in 2015!) and now qualified Quantity Surveyor, completed his BSc Honours Degree in Quantity Surveying, achieving a 2:1.

Tom Trew, Assistant Surveyor, completed his Masters in Quantity Surveying, achieving a First Class result!

Matt Wnorowski, Assistant Surveyor, completed his Masters in Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management in October and achieved a 2:1.

Claudia Hobbs, our Office Administrator, completed her AAT Accounting Foundation Level 2 Certificate at East Kent College.

We currently have 2 team members studying through day-release at university. Jake Pitcher, Assistant Surveyor, is studying for his BSc Honours in Quantity Surveying, due to complete in July 2021, and Josh Belsey, one of our Trainee QS’s is also studying for an Honours degree in Quantity Surveying. Josh is due to complete his course in 2025. Our other Trainee QS, Becca, will also be embarking on her QS degree this September, having had a year of on-the-job training and experience.

We are unbelievably proud of the pressures our team take on, not only meeting client deadlines, but also putting everything they can into their studies. A huge well done to those who received their certificates recently and we can’t wait to see the results the rest of the team gain over the next few years!



2020 was certainly a whirlwind year for everyone; full of lockdowns, uncertainty and working from home. But here at Modus, we thought we’d end the year on a high with our 2020 Christmas Newsletter! Within our newsletter, we’ve included a round-up of projects in 2020, as well as a sneak peak of what we have in store for 2021, ranging from healthcare and residential projects, to education and leisure. You can also find information on current frameworks, staff updates and community and charity work. Enjoy!

Download the newsletter here.


Modus’s Silver Membership to Constructionline has been renewed for another year!

Achieving a Silver Membership means that we meet the PAS 91 standard and pre-qualify across core modules required by Public and Private sector buyers. This gives peace of mind and confidence to our Clients in knowing that they are dealing with a compliant supplier during their project.

Compliant Suppliers, Happy Buyers!


We are thrilled to announce that Modus won the Construction Project of the Year at the KEiBA 2019 Awards! The ceremony, organised by the KM Media Group and Kent County Council, and now in its’ 11th year, recognises and rewards excellence in business in Kent and Medway.

The winning project, MY Life Skills Academy which was constructed at the Rare Breeds Centre in Woodchurch was completed for our Client, The Canterbury Oast Trust, with the assistance of Kent Design Studio and Sprinks Construction.

The Academy is a purpose-built teaching facility which supports adults with learning disabilities and consists of 4 flexible classrooms, a dedicated one-to-one study area and a specially designed interactive space developed to suit the needs of the centre’s students and tutors. The Academy provides students with quality training through a range of informal or accredited programmes, carefully designed to build confidence with an emphasis on supporting independence and developing skills.

Congratulations to all the other winners at the event.


We’re delighted to announce that our scheme at the Rare Breeds Centre for the Canterbury Oast Trust has been shortlisted for the RICS Awards 2019 South East in the Community Benefit category which was celebrating at last nights Awards in Southampton,

Congratulations to the category winner, Brighton & Hove Food Partnership Kitchen, who were very deserved winners.

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