Intrinsic Facilities Engineering
Intrinsic FE colleagues joined together (at home) to support the Choose To Challenge campaign for this year's International Women's Day. Raising their hands high, the team pledged their commitment to addressing the diversity imbalance within the engineering sector.
Employees from Intrinsic FE will join hundreds across the property sector this month for a socially-distanced SleepOut (at home) to help end youth homelessness. LandAid's fundraising event on 11th March is a little different this year, but still promises to push the Intrinsic team outside their comfort zone.
A self-confessed fish out of water over the marathon distance, Intrinsic-sponsored athlete Matthew Cox found his feet at the Beachy Head marathon and put in an end of season performance to be proud of. Matt completed the punishing 26.2 mile course in 03:13:16 running through from 10th at the halfway point to take fifth on the line in Eastbourne.
Team Intrinsic concluded its 2019 tri-season with a convincing win in Minehead despite an unscheduled 'pause' for a local steam train. In pursuit of an imaginary competitor throughout, IFE-sponsored athlete Matthew Cox successfully defended his event title and finished the Minehead Triathlon more than a minute ahead of his nearest rival.
It takes more than wet and wild weather to throw Team Intrinsic triathlete Matthew Cox off track. The Intrinsic FE-sponsored athlete battled the elements to add to a string of late season successes with a fourth at the Ben Nevis Triathlon and a respectable top five at Hever Castle against a field of seasoned heavy-hitters. He recounts how he weathered the autumn storms.
Intrinsic-sponsored athlete Matthew Cox celebrated a cheeky birthday win at this year's West Bay Triathlon 2019 followed by a category second at the Pippingford TrailX Triathlon. The consecutive weekend celebrations come as training builds towards Ben Nevis Braveheart where he'll be joined by teammate and IFE Director Chris Roberts. Matt took time out between mouthfuls of cake to bring us up to speed with his late season success ...
Team Intrinsic’s Matt Cox celebrated Shark Awareness Day limbs intact by coming 3rd overall at the 'plastic-free' Croyde Ocean Triathlon.
He completed the Olympic distance course in 02:27:52.7 to achieve a top three category and gender ranking. Moreover, Matt shaved more than 4 minutes off the previous year’s finish despite getting snarled up in traffic and a minor mechanical on the bike.
Intrinsic Facilities Engineering (IFE) has announced its ongoing sponsorship of triathlete Matthew Cox following another successful competitive season with Team Intrinsic in 2018.
We join Team Intrinsic's Matthew Cox and Chris Roberts, MD of Intrinsic Facilities Engineering, as they take stock of another successful year of racing and plan their 2019 competition diary.
Born from an 'off duty' encounter with the Ultra-Trail Mont Blanc, Team Intrinsic's Matthew Cox has set about organising an end of season 'social' that will tackle the 12-hour Lemur Loop endurance event. Combining individual team goals which range from completing a double marathon to raising awareness of Lemurs and eating copious amounts of cake, the ambitious triathlete has certainly got his work cut out for him. We find out what possessed him.
We catch up with Matthew Cox, ebullient triathlete for Team Intrinsic, as he takes a brief pause in competition to support wife Laura Gallagher's defence of her title as British Trampoline Champion, and reflect on success in his first competitive off-road cross-tri.
Team Intrinsic has been named 'Top Corporate Team' at the JLL Property Triathlon 2018, winning the prestigious King Sturge Cup in the lowest combined team time of 03:31:44. The silverware adds to the team's impressive medal tally this season with its fastest finisher Matt Cox taking 1st place in his 30-39 age group and 4th overall at the top drawer event.