GlobalData expects the UK construction industry to grow by 8% 2021, supported by the government’s infrastructure investment plans.
The company is celebrating 12 months of success at its training facility – the National Skills and Safety Park, one year on from its official opening by His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge.
The company has become a partner in the HyNet North West consortium, which aims to create the world’s first low carbon industrial cluster.
The Clear Assured Bronze Standard, from assessment body The Clear Company, is awarded to businesses that can demonstrate that inclusivity and diversity are reflected across all policies and processes.
The companies have joined forces to launch a new Health and Safety Awards scheme for 2021. The new awards build on the established MPA Health & Safety Awards and retain many of the key elements associated with it.
A project to develop a wellbeing garden for serving personnel at RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, is taking shape with Tarmac support.
The company is celebrating 20 years of its wetland project with the RSPB, with the announcement that a further 80 ha. of restored land from Hanson’s Needingworth site in Cambridgeshire will be transferred to the Ouse Fen nature reserve.
The company won the award for delivering exceptional resurfacing works at the Silverstone Circuit. The winning team was made up of 75 Tarmac employees from across the business.
The company is providing over 40 000 t of a spray concrete for the construction of the Thames Tideway Tunnel, the biggest infrastructure project undertaken by the UK water industry.
The World Cement Association has launched the Gender Focus Network, an initiative aiming to improve the representation of women within the global cement community.