2018 has been another busy, productive and exciting year for everyone involved with Team Van Oord – here’s a quick-fire round up of some of the key highlights and achievements.
The Environment Agency has published the latest edition of its Current Magazine, with a number of references to Team Van Oord and its partners.
Work on a new £4.5m flood alleviation scheme in the Surrey town of Godalming has recently got underway – with the local MP Jeremy Hunt paying a visit to site on 9 November.
As part of its 150th anniversary celebrations, Team Van Oord’s Dutch partner Van Oord has been working with ‘Generation Z’ to help shape the company’s future.
Students from the University of Brighton have paid a last visit to the Clay’s Lake Flood Alleviation Scheme in West Sussex, where works are almost complete.
A group of local schoolchildren have enjoyed a visit to a site where Team Van Oord is currently working on behalf of the Environment Agency, as part of a project designed to re-open the UK’s longest river to all fish species.
Working on behalf of the Environment Agency, Team Van Oord will shortly commence work on an innovative scheme to provide improved protection from flooding to households, infrastructure and agricultural land adjacent to the West Somerset coast.
With only a few months until the scheduled completion of the Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls scheme, Team Van Oord has published a progress update.
Jamie Edmonds, from Kier Utilities, has been presented with the prestigious 2018 BIG Biodiversity Champion Award, which recognises an individual who does ‘BIG things for biodiversity in construction’.
Team Van Oord’s Dutch partner Van Oord has published a special jubilee magazine to mark the company’s 150th anniversary.