Our team on the A19 have been volunteering alongside @sunbeltrentaluk and @durhamwildlife to restore the natural environment by creating a walkway for visitors in Fishburn, County Durham. #sustainability #nature https://t.co/8PQiwQ2pJ4
Thu, 17 June 2021 17:20
Our Head of Digital Transformation In Rail, Adam Collins, recently gave his thoughts on Digital Innovation & Net Zero at a @CIHTUK event. You can read more below. #DigitalTransformation #NetZero https://t.co/UPFUGpPfLE
Thu, 17 June 2021 13:56
We’re thrilled to announce that the Associated General Contractors of Georgia has awarded first place honours to our @BalfourBeattyUS colleagues, for two projects in the 2021 Build Georgia Awards programme: Osprey & King Springs Elementary School. Congrats team! #buildgaawards https://t.co/oFFaDA67Nt
Thu, 17 June 2021 09:30
Managing Director of Balfour Beatty Living Places, Steve Helliwell has featured in @highwaysmag discussing how the company is helping Herefordshire Council with their Annual Service Plans and going above and beyond for local communities. Read more, here: https://t.co/PX1uJDKP8X https://t.co/u0p4m2Gqiw
Wed, 16 June 2021 11:11
The latest in tech innovation has seen the M25 network digitally mapped for the first time, meaning more consistent information, improved journeys & a reduction in carbon emissions. Read more here: https://t.co/p23Y69HvYm
Tue, 15 June 2021 14:20
Our teams at Cairngorms National Park are utilising a helicopter to assist in the reinstatement of a vital railway line for the area - the Cairngorm Funicular Railway. Watch the helicopter in action, as it carries materials from 1500ft up to 3000ft in the air. https://t.co/m494xk1QFk
Thu, 10 June 2021 17:10
Thank you to our experts who have been helping keep the wheels of the economy turning, transport networks moving, communities connected and essential services running during COVID-19.
For over a century we have shaped the world we live in, pioneering new technologies and transforming the built environment. We invest locally and build sustainably to connect communities and create the infrastructure that underpins our daily lives. #expertengineers
The Brathay Apprentice Challenge provides our apprentices with the opportunities to develop their skills as an individual and within a team. Throughout the challenge, apprentices are involved in various tasks; from raising awareness of apprenticeships in local communities to completing the Brathay Trust’s teambuilding activities. At the end of the challenge a grand final presentation is delivered by the apprentices at the National Finals where the Apprentice Team of the Year is then awarded.