The Bourne Group has always taken pride in high standards of health and safety, sustainability, and in respecting local communities. It is for this reason that Bourne has adopted the Considerate Constructors Scheme, to ensure these high standards are maintained and raised across all of our projects, as well as to provide an independent verification of our performance.
Over 90,000 sites and more than 1000 companies are registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme, recognising the many advantages that come with being part of an organisation actively helping to improve the image of the construction industry.
Sites, companies and suppliers that choose to register with the Scheme are monitored against a five-point code of Considerate Practice which commits them to care about appearance, respecting the community, protecting the environment, securing everyone’s safety and valuing their workforce.
Bourne Steel is pleased to announce that they have now secured the Project Mint contract with ISG.
The project lies within the O2 (formerly known as the Millennium Dome) on the Greenwich Peninsula and when complete, it will give a unique 360 degree walk through experience within the dome.
Approximately 1800 tonnes of steel will be erected to form a mainly two storey, high end retail shopping mall, complete with curved and galleried staircases, scenic lifts, and a feature ceiling above the pedestrian zones.
The construction will be extremely demanding, working on multiple faces, in a live public area and under a tented dome.
Steel work will commence at the beginning of March 2017 and will be complete by Christmas 2017.
Bourne Construction Engineering has been selected by the judges as a finalist in the BIM Excellence category of the 2017 Construction News Specialists Awards, the only national awards that recognise the best specialist contractors from across the whole of the UK.
To decide the winners, all finalists will attend face-to-face judging by members of the 56-strong jury, drawn from the UK’s largest construction firms and the leaders of the country’s major projects, including:
- Cormac MacCrann, managing director, Canary Wharf Contractors
- Richard Baldwin, head of development, Derwent London
- Dave Sheridan, chief executive officer, Keepmoat
- Jonathan Seddon, managing director, Seddon Construction
- Ian Burnett, chief executive officer, United Living Group
- Alan Robertson, chief executive officer, VolkerWessels UK
The winners will be announced on 22 March 2017 at the Grosvenor House Hotel where over 1,000 of the industry elite will join together for a night of entertainment, celebration and networking.
BAM Construction has appointed Bourne Parking to provide the steel frame, concrete planks, pre-cast stair cores and cladding for the new multi-storey car park at the Jaguar Land Rover manufacturing plant in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham.
The 59,000m² structure will provide 2,764 spaces for staff and production vehicle parking and will replace an existing surface car park.
The car park will be handed over in multiple phases matching car production requirements in the adjacent facilities.
Ridge and Partners are the architect and structural engineer. Mace is the quantity surveyor. The project is overseen for Jaguar Land Rover by AME (Advanced Manufacturing Engineering) Construction.
This is the second project that Bourne Parking will carry out for Jaguar Land Rover.
This year’s Structural Steel Design Awards (SSDA) were announced at a special presentation held at the Museum of London on 5th October and Bourne Steel were very pleased to receive a Merit for their work at Ardley Energy from Waste Facility.
Bourne Steel have been included in the ‘Top 10 Best Performing Subcontractors’ in the Kier Construction London BRAG score review, with an overall score of 90% on the 58 Victoria Embankment project.
Subcontractors were scored on ten areas of performance, including; quality of workmanship, adherence to programme and health & safety management, all of which Bourne Steel scored nine out of a maximum of 10 points.
Kier’s Mark Fox has said “This is a fantastic achievement and we would like you to pass on our thanks to the team, and congratulate them on their efforts.”
Passengers travelling into London from Kent and south east London will now be able to use the first two-thirds of the new station concourse at London Bridge, as a major milestone has been reached in the station’s redevelopment.
The Southern two thirds of the concourse, platform 7, 8 and 9 and the extended terminus platform are now open to the public along with the temporary pedestrian routes through the Western arcade and Stainer Street.
Working for Costain, Bourne Special Projects were responsible for the erection of much of the structural steelwork including staircases and decking to the four staff accommodation blocks, three of which are under the existing Victorian brick arches and one in the new concourse area. Bourne Special Projects also provided the steel frames for new retail units situated in the concourse area and the east and west entrances, as well as the customer information office.
All of this work has been created underneath the existing live railway, enabling London Bridge Station to remain open for the 56 million passengers that travel through it each year.