Balfour Beatty - What we do
Balfour Beatty Brathay Apprentice Challenge
The opening of the Veterans' Contact Point
Keeping the M25 clean through innovative design
Balfour Beatty Living Places – Customer Focus First
Balfour Beatty - National Inclusion Week
How do we use innovative technologies to build infrastructure?
Balfour Beatty - Engineering a better future
Using innovative solutions to lay a 33kV cable
Safely working at height on our motorways
Capturing reality with pin-point accuracy
How do we connect the UK's capital?
How do you deliver real value to local communities?
How do you power a modern railway?
How do we manage a water mains supply?
How do we maintain communication masts?
Seeing the future on site with Mixed Reality
BPH - The right cranes for the job
We're realigning the tracks at London Bridge to improve your journey
Reducing our emissions by the boatload
A tall order for emergency gas repairs
Firm foundations for fifty floors
We are now laying new track up to three times faster
Delivering ecologically sensitive projects
Building the future with 3D printing
Building Bridges to Prosperity
Industrial pipes for high pressure jobs
Balvac - the structural repair specialists
Our experts steel the show
Investing in the future of infrastructure
Creating a lasting Olympic legacy
How to plan and build a modern city
Simplifying our sites with modular systems
Keeping Balfour Beatty on the move
What holds up a modern building?
Balfour Beatty brings out the Hammers
Modular innovations at the National Automotive Centre
Expert solutions for power distribution
What happens to construction waste?
Crafting unique tools to tackle any challenge
Preserving our ancient woodlands
Constructing safely using 3D design
How do you set up a construction site?
The essential work to keep daily life moving
A race against time - installing a new footbridge overnight
How deep are the foundations of a skyscraper?
Revolutionising 120 years of sheet piling
Virtual Reality is shaping the future of construction
Coastal protection in Yorkshire using the 'Mule'