Gaining a score of “Excellent”, the urban office makeover drives sustainable design, inclusive spaces, and operational efficiency.
In 2016 BEAR Scotland committed to commence the CEEQUAL process, pursuing a Whole Team award in conjunction with Transport Scotland. Services being provided by BEAR Scotland under the term contract include road and bridge maintenance, minor improvements, incident management and support, lighting the network and minimising the risk of landslides.
The following work types were considered in detail during the 2018/19 CEEQUAL assessment in the North West Unit: Roads Planned Maintenance (maintaining the structural integrity); Bridge Construction and Maintenance; Winter Service Operations;
Leeds Station Capacity is the first project to be completed as part of the TRU programme. All TRU projects are being assessed using BREEAM Infrastructure (V6) to create an amalgamated programme score and rating.
The Glasgow Airport Investment Area (GAIA) project creates the connections and sustainable infrastructure of Scotland’s manufacturing innovation district.
VolkerStevin constructs a new jetty at Thanckes Oil Fuel Depot to provide fuelling facilities for the Royal Navy at Devonport Naval Base.
The A77 Maybole Bypass reduces journey times on the A77 by diverting traffic away from the High Street of the Town of Maybole in South Ayrshire.
Worcestershire Parkway is a new station at the intersection of the Worcester to London (OWW line) and Birmingham to Bristol lines (BAG lines) at Norton, 3.5 miles east of Worcester city centre.
The Midland Metro Alliance (MMA) is working on behalf of Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), which is part of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), to plan, design and build a series of light rail extensions connecting Birmingham to the wider region.
The UCL Student Centre will be a demonstrator of environmental excellence for all future UCL development projects – and, we hope, for other higher education buildings around the UK and beyond.