Transport Scotland has awarded the £16.85 million contract to replace an 80-metre section of the Kincardine Bridge to Balfour Beatty. The project, with main works on site expected to get underway from early summer, will involve demolishing the Kincardine Bridge’s southern piled viaduct a
Paul Raby, Balfour Beatty group HR director and executive committee member, explores Right to Respect and what it means to Balfour Beatty and the wider construction and infrastructure industry. Ours is an industry plagued by historical misconceptions; long heralded as typically male dominated, steep
Balfour Beatty said today that it expects its full year profits to be ahead of market expectations following positive net interest income and the recognition of deferred tax assets significantly reducing the 2022 tax charge.
Scotland’s minister for higher education and further education, youth employment and training Mr Jamie Hepburn officially opened Forth Valley College’s award-winning Falkirk Campus at a celebration event on Tuesday 6 December. The £78 million state-of-the-art campus opened its door
Multi-disciplinary design, engineering and project delivery company BakerHicks and international infrastructure group Balfour Beatty have set pupils at a local school near Inverness a unique challenge: to produce a mock design for a family centre based on real-world information from the Scottish Pr
Angela Pllu provides an update on Balfour Beatty’s ongoing journey towards the zero carbon construction site at the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh. It’s been a little while since we’ve updated on our journey towards the zero carbon construction site of the future on our Victorian
Balfour Beatty group chief executive Leo Quinn has been recognised for his ‘Outstanding Industry Leadership’. Construction show London Build - which welcomes over 35,000 attendees and more than 500 speakers each year - praised Leo for his significant contribution to the construction and
One of Scotland’s most complex and challenging civil engineering projects of recent years – the multi-million-pound reinstatement of the Cairngorm funicular railway – is entering its final stages, though final costs are believed to be around £9 million higher than initial es
Balfour Beatty has partnered with the Supply Chain Sustainability School for the second year in a row, undertaking a joint survey targeting hundreds of supply chain partners across the UK to understand the barriers and opportunities faced in decarbonising the sector.
The Stockingfield Bridge in north Glasgow has won the 2022 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award, which recognises civil engineering projects that have made a positive impact on their local communities. The two-way spanning cable-stayed pedestrian and cycle bridge opened e
Public sector procurement authority SCAPE Scotland has appointed Balfour Beatty to deliver up to £750 million of major civil engineering works across the country via its next generation civil engineering framework. Running for a period of four years from 2023, with an option to be extended for
Heather Bryant, director of health, safety and environment, explores how Balfour Beatty is taking an active approach to designing out risk across its operations. It is no secret that our industry is inherently dangerous and getting our people home safely every day is one of our biggest areas of focu