Since 1946 Bourne Construction Engineering Ltd has been providing a range of services to the construction industry from hospitals and galleries to rail, school and energy facility schemes.
Over the past 69 years the company has built an excellent reputation throughout the industry, with repeat business currently standing at more than 90%.
In order to provide customers with diversity, Bourne Construction Engineering Ltd is split into eight subsidiary companies: Bourne Engineering, Bourne Steel, Bourne Special Projects, Bourne Parking, Bourne Off-Site Solutions, Bourne London, Bourne Design & Build and Bourne Western. Each division provides a specific focus and has allowed the group to undertake a diverse selection of projects.
Bourne Construction Engineering Ltd’s Group Development Director, Terry Wood, said:
“Each division is focused on different areas of the construction sector and our role is to challenge conventional thinking, bring ideas to the table and never stop looking for ways to be smarter, leaner, more affordable and quicker.”
Bourne Steel is both a market leader and a market innovator, and is currently placed within the top five steel fabrication companies in the UK. Within the last ten years, Bourne Steel has designed, manufactured and installed structures for more than 380 projects and these have ranged from the Brighton Dome and Wembley Arena to The Guildhall, London.
Recent projects for Bourne Steel have included Greenwich Marketing Hub, Leeds Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility and Gatwick Airport Pier 1. Additional schemes have included 199 Westminster Bridge Road, Guys & St Thomas Hospital and Ridham Docks Energy from Waste Facility.
Bourne’s Special Projects division meanwhile, specialises in undertaking smaller projects within larger jobs. The projects are often extremely complex and require a high degree of attention in order to meet the specific levels of quality and safety.
Bourne Special Projects has successfully delivered projects for the National Grid and Network Rail and has been involved with a number of schemes for Crossrail, including Pudding Mill Lane, Maiden Head, Taplow and Excel Bridge.
Bourne’s parking division, Bourne Parking, has been in operation since 1973 and within this time has been involved with an array of car parking projects, from modest single decks to large multi-storey car parks. Recent projects have included Bristol Parkway and Aberdeen International Business Park. Bourne Parking has also delivered tram stop car parks for Transport for Greater Manchester (TFGM), including car parks in Hazel Grove, Radcliffe, Whitefield and Hollinwood.
With almost seven decades of experience in the industry, Bourne Construction Engineering Ltd continues to grow and develop, but still prioritises the two key factors which have helped in its success: customer objectives and users’ needs. These two priorities ensure that clients are at the forefront of everything that the group does, demonstrating loyalty and commitment.
For further information about Bourne Construction Engineering Ltd, please visit: www.bournegroup.eu.