Hobs is investing in the local communities it serves, as four new young apprentices have been recruited for the new academic year and have now started their 2-year training-at-work programme.
A brief glimpse at just some of our work
(Pictured L to R – Mike Lewis (Hobs), Brad Flook (Hobs), Susan Hunter (Head of Chambers at St.John’s Chambers), Derek Jenkins (CEO at St.John’s Chambers), Michael Gupwell (President of Bristol Law Society)
As our relationships with those working in the nuclear industry continues to grow, Hobs Reprographics has signed up to the Supply Chain Charter of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). As a specialist printer we wanted to show our commitment to those working in and supplying services to this sector.
Hobs Bristol is investing in its local community by taking on three new young apprentices on a 2-year training-at-work programme.
Eco2 chose Buzzsaw to share their information quickly and securely, keep accurate records of what information has been shared and monitor the current status of working documents.
The last few months has seen a burst of activity when two new hobs Studios have opened in response to the rising demand from architects, engineers, product developers and media designers for 3D technology.
Pictured are the exhausted Manchester Team who ran 10k each to raise money for Children with Cancer UK. The Hobs Team raised £1204 and smashed their fundraising target.
Hobs Studio are the presenting partner for the exhibition 3D: Printing the Future at Manchester’s Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI). It was due to run until May, but has been so successful that it has been extended to run until the 20th September 2015.
More than 900 guests crammed in to the London Hilton on Park Lane for the sold-out Estates Gazette Awards hosted by Channel 4's Jimmy Carr. At stake were awards in 17 categories, with the stunning new trophies designed by renowned architect Simon Allford and 3D printed by Hobs Studios.