Team Van Oord is backing an annual health and wellbeing initiative launched today (3 April) by one of its partners Kier, and is encouraging all Team Van Oord partners to participate for the benefit of their employees.
Team Van Oord’s Erwin van den Bergh has seen his leadership and safety behaviour as Project Manager of Project Lincshore recognised with a WEM Framework award to recognise exemplary safety behaviour.
Three Team Van Oord partners, Van Oord, Mackley and Royal HaskoningDHV, are gearing up for Flood and Coast 2017, a leading industry event which sets out to advance the debate about flood and coastal erosion risk, resilience and response.
The £31m Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls project, which once complete will significantly reduce flood risk to more than 2,300 properties, was the subject of a feature by ITV Meridian on 12 March.
More than 100 crayfish have been removed from the area where Team Van Oord is carrying out a flood alleviation scheme to protect the town of Rugeley in the West Midlands.
Members of the Medway River Users Association (MRUA) complimented the Team Van Oord project team on a visit to a lock refurbishment scheme on a stretch of the river near Maidstone in Kent.
Work on the Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls scheme is well underway, with piling works at two of the project’s 10 reaches now finished.
Team Van Oord is using a new Environment Agency campaign to encourage its employees to take a positive approach to mental wellbeing .
Team Van Oord is utilising a resource developed by the Environment Agency to reduce carbon in the flood prevention and coastal management projects it delivers.
The Environment Agency has used the recent ‘World Wetlands Day’* to look back at the time when Starry Smoothhound Sharks visited RSPB Medmerry.