Byrne Bros. has won the Sustainable Contractor of the Year, at Building magazine's prestigious 2009 Sustainability Awards. The winners were announced at a glittering awards ceremony held at King?s Place, London. Byrne Bros. competed for the prestigious award of Sustainable Contractor of the Year
Byrne Bros. has been shortlisted for Building magazine's prestigious Sustainability Awards 2009. The company has been named as one of seven companies competing to take the title of Sustainable Contractor of the Year (Main or Specialist). The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony taking
Construction of a new shopping centre and underground car park, with adjacent residential buildings. Car park structure comprises RC raft, walls and columns; intermediate slabs PCC hollowcore. The superstructure is steel frame with composite slab construction.
Byrne Bros. has been appointed by MACE to carry out the concrete sub structure and superstructure works at The Shard, London Bridge, in a contract worth more than £50 million. The substructure will adopt ?topdown? techniques and the main structural core will be slip formed in parallel;
Byrne Bros. has won the Supply Chain Award at the annual Skanska Environment, Health, Safety and Caring Awards. The award is presented to a member of their supply chain who has made the greatest contribution to outperform Skanska?s HSE performance expectations. Nominated by Skanska for work on the
500,000 safe working hours without one reportable accident has been achieved by Byrne Bros' Southgate Project in Bath, Avon, for Sir Robert McAlpine. Responsible for the delivery of the ?28.5 million sub and super-structure over 66 and 33 weeks respectively, the scheme incorporates 56 retail units
"Using slipform techniques has deliverd a 34-storey central core more than two months ahead of schedule." Aran Virling, Operations Director at Byrne Bros. explains the story behind the news.
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