Robots, AI, drones and VR are just some of the technologies we’re using to be future-ready. Our digital-first mindset is developing new ways of working to deliver excellence for our customers & the communities we work in. #ExpertEngineers
We’ve reached a major milestone on National Grid’s Littlebrook substation project in Dartford, Kent!
Since work commenced in June 2019, 5229 tonnes of CO2 emissions have been saved and once complete, the new 400 kV facility will enable two gigawatts of low carbon and renewable energy to flow – enough to power around 1.5 million homes.
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What makes Balfour Beatty a great place to work? Is it the limitless career opportunities, our inclusive culture, our iconic projects or being part of our talented teams? We asked colleagues across the UK, US and Hong Kong to share their thoughts.
For the second year in a row, we’ve been featured as one of Europe’s Climate Leaders! An incredible achievement, testament to the hard work to achieve the targets and ambitions set out in our sustainability strategy, ‘Building New Futures’. Read more: on.ft.com/3jR83Pf
Hear from our Operations Director about how we delivered the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme eight months early, reducing journey times for over 85,000 vehicles that use the route each day here #BuildingNewFutures #ThrowbackThursday
Today we’ve published our 2021 Annual Report and Accounts. You can read about our achievements and activities in areas such as sustainability and D&I, as well as what our people and supply chain partners have been delivering across the UK, US and Hong Kong. You can view the PDF: https://lnkd.in/dFiJDsES Alternatively, for a quick overview of the business and our performance please view our online summary here:ar21.balfourbeatty.com
We recently invited Plymouth City Council and SCAPE Group down to our Forder Valley Project for a special event showcasing some of the latest innovative technologies we’ve been implementing across our sites. The day, attended by SCAPE CEO Mark Robinson saw Balfour Beatty share its vision of ‘Site of the Future’ including electric plant machinery and special guest, ‘Spot’ the dog – our robotic new employee!
Did you know we’ve rolled out the industry’s first site cabins with integrated disability and neurodiverse features? Working closely with our supply chain partners, Sunbelt Rentals , we’re proud to have developed our EcoSense cabins that help create a more inclusive workplace and reduce our carbon emissions. In our latest video Sean Scarah, our Director of Plant and Logistics, explains the key features of our new EcoSense site cabins.
Our Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick team have now been appointed to all three of Programme and Project Partners (PPP)’ frameworks at Sellafield, the multi-function nuclear site in Cumbria. Using our expert capabilities and collaborative delivery approach, we will carry out mechanical and pipeworks alongside Doosan Babcock as part of its continued effort to support the decommissioning of the nuclear power facility over the next 18 years.
Find out more about Balfour Beatty’s latest achievement here: https://bit.ly/3qnfS2O