01 June 2020
20 May 2020
Mon, 01 June 2020 13:27
We’re proud to announce that our 50:50 joint venture, Gammon Construction has been awarded a HK$7.2 billion (c. £760 million) major tunnel project at @HKAirport. The project will support wider works to improve the passenger experience at the airport. https://t.co/UCItmxPzNv https://t.co/COBuKMyTuN
Mon, 01 June 2020 10:56
Tue, 26 May 2020 08:56
RT @Scape_Group: We're loving all the fantastic ways students on our #LearningInLockdown programme are submitting their final designs! Great to hear how support from #TeamScape partner @balfourbeatty has really helped them during the week! @ClassofYourOwn @EDTScotland https://t.co/kOxPNqBtrR
Sun, 24 May 2020 09:59
RT @JEMsoc: Proud to join workers from Birch Hill tonight with Cllrs John Hartley & Leader Allen Brett & thanks @balfourbeatty @RochdaleCouncil 😊👏👏👏🌈🌈🌈🌈 #ThanksHealthHeroes #ClapForOurCarers #clapforkeyworkers https://t.co/bdkgteeLQ1
Fri, 22 May 2020 09:12
RT @RochdaleCouncil: What an honour it was to join the #clapforkeyworkers at Birch Hill Hospital tonight. Our messages of thanks on the highway are now complete, with a touch of colour added today.🌈A huge thankyou to our wonderful key workers for everything you do.💙👏 #proud https://t.co/o13k3Bc6Su
Fri, 22 May 2020 09:12
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.
Celebrating the official opening of the Veterans' Contact Point (VCP) in Nuneaton, Leicestershire. The facility’s re-vamp was completed as a charity endeavour by Warwickshire County Council, Balfour Beatty and supply chain partners. Providing vital help for veterans and their families, the new and improved VCP is set to become a hub of the local community.