We would like to announce that we are in the process of changing the name of Bourne Construction Engineering Ltd (Company Registration No 412198) to Bourne Group Ltd.
While our roots remain in steel construction, we have diversified within both the construction and structural engineering markets to offer a wide range of products and services to our customers. We therefore consider that Bourne Group Ltd more appropriately reflects our business now and into the future.
This is a name change only, our contact details, company registration number and VAT number remain unchanged, as do all existing obligations, liabilities, responsibilities, rights and benefits of all agreements entered into by Bourne Construction Engineering Ltd.
Our Group, which was been in profit since its inception in 1946 when Bourne Steel Limited was originally formed, remains committed to maintaining excellent relationships with clients, customers and suppliers alike and looks forward to a very successful future.
This is an advanced notice of our Company name change, we will update our clients, customers and suppliers when the process is complete.
Every year the Bourne Group lends one of their trailers to a local Scout Group, 1st Sandford Scouts for their float in Upton and Wareham Carnivals. This years theme was Scouting of the Seas and they did a fantastic job of turning our trailer into a pirate ship!
Bourne Steel Loader and Scout leader Andy Butler aka Captain Rambo sailed the Scouts safely though the streets of Upton and Wareham where other community groups and local volunteers gathered to join in the fun.
1st Sandford Scouts were extremely pleased to win ‘Best Community Group’ at Upton Carnival and ‘Best Float’ at Wareham Carnival.
The latest scheme in London’s ongoing St James’s redevelopment is an eight-storey steel-framed office block which will help to further enhance the area’s business credentials.
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The Bourne Group is proud to announce that the company has surpassed one million man-hours without a RIDDOR Reportable Incident.
To put this milestone into perspective, it would take 100 men working a 40 hour week, over 5 years to achieve.
This is an outstanding achievement considering the high-risk environments our employees work in, both in our manufacturing facility and construction sites.
Bourne has implemented a number of forward thinking initiatives to enhance the health and wellbeing of all its employees and sub-contractors, empowering the workforce to be more safety conscious. Through our Safety Incentive Scheme, coloured cards are issued to encourage employees and subcontractors to work safely. Managers are encouraged to focus on positive reinforcement of good practice by issuing green cards to those that go above and beyond what is expected. A focus on Near Miss reporting has also proved to be a powerful safety tool which has a daily impact on safe thinking. All staff are encouraged to note both safe and unsafe practices and observations, and submit them for review and action; this has ensured that potential hazards are eliminated before they cause harm.
In 2017 Bourne also implemented a new online induction process, enabling us to deliver a consistent, comprehensive induction to all persons, setting out clear expectations and enabling us to test each individuals understanding of the content before they start work.
Health, Safety and Environmental Manager, Malcolm Coles commented “Everyone involved in achieving this landmark should be applauded for their continual efforts. As always our ultimate aim is to ensure that our workforce are kept safe whilst carrying out our work activities and they return home safely each day. Here’s to continuing this performance into 2018 and beyond.”