Raymond Brown Construction has been ranked 50th in NCE’s list of top 100 civil engineering firms. This made us one of the highest moving companies up 36 places from our ranking of 86th last year.
On 1 September 2017, Raymond Brown Construction is changing its name and rebranding. This is a simple change to our brand and identity. There will be no change to our services, capabilities, structure, or management team.
Raymond Brown Construction’s Wales Division has been out in the community taking civil engineering into a local primary school, inspired by a desire to raise the profile of the importance of community engagement within our business.
Raymond Brown Construction’s works to replace 119 beach huts and improve the seafront at Milford on Sea has been completed for New Forest District Council.
Raymond Brown Construction is ready to return to Rwanda for B2P. Following last year’s successful build, our volunteers (five of our own and five from Tony Gee) will be travelling to the Muhana District to build a 58m suspension bridge over the Bakokwe river.
Raymond Brown Construction has achieved the President’s (11 consecutive Golds) award in the prestigious annual scheme run by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
Raymond Brown Construction has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Technology Champion category of the 2017 NCE100 Companies of the Year Awards.
On Monday 20 March 2017, Raymond Brown Construction will begin structural maintenance work on the underside of the Eastern Road Water Bridge on behalf of Portsmouth City Council. The planned work is to prevent structural damage and will include applying corrosion resistant paint to the steel structure.
Raymond Brown Construction has been shortlisted in the ICE Wales Project Awards in the Roy Edwards category, which recognises outstanding design and construction in projects under £3m. The award relates to works undertaken on the Mynydd y Gwrhyd Wind Farm.
Raymond Brown Construction has awarded a four-year full outsourcing contract to Ogilvie Fleet to provide vehicles and a range of additional services.
Raymond Brown Construction has been shortlisted in the 2017 Ground Engineering (GE) Awards in the “UK Project with a Geotechnical Value of between £1m and £3m” category.
The masonry and concrete harbour walls at the West Bay Deep Water Berth have suffered substantial settlement over many years and are now in a poor condition.
Raymond Brown Construction has been certified as a Network Rail approved contractor for trackside work, following the receipt of our Full Trackside Principal Contractor Licence.
Raymond Brown Construction is a Top 10 winner at this year’s Construction Enquirer Awards after being shortlisted in the Best Main Contractor to Work For (£50m-£250m turnover).
The beach huts at Milford on Sea were destroyed by the Valentine’s Day storm of 2014 and then fully demolished last year. The project to rebuild them and improve the promenade and public facility at Milford on Sea is now underway.
With effect from 17 August 2016, Raymond Brown Construction Ltd became an independent business following the demerger of the Raymond Brown Group.
On 22 July 2016, Gatwick Airport announced that Raymond Brown Construction had secured a place on its low complexity agreement to deliver construction and engineering projects as part of the new £1.2 billion Capital Investment Programme over the next five years.
Raymond Brown Construction together with global management, engineering and development consultancy, Mott MacDonald, has won the ICE Wales Cymru’s Roy Edwards Award, which celebrates the best examples of outstanding design and construction for projects valued at under £3m, for the Rhiwbina Flood Defence Scheme.
Raymond Brown Construction has been selected as a finalist in the Civil Engineering Project of the Year (up to £10m) category in this year’s British Construction Industry Awards, for its work to construct a non-tidal wet basin for Pendennis Shipyard in Falmouth.
Raymond Brown Construction is very pleased to have been included among the Top 100 firms in civil engineering by New Civil Engineer, in a list drawn from the industry’s entire supply chain that was revealed at a gala dinner on Wednesday 11 May in London.
We are delighted to have been successful in winning the President’s Award (recognising 10 consecutive Golds) in this the 60th year of RoSPA’s Occupational Health and Safety Awards.
The highly-regarded and sought after accolades are presented to businesses and organisations that have shown commitment to accident and ill-health prevention.
Two of our divisions have won Considerate Constructors Scheme 2016 National Site Awards. Award-winning sites have demonstrated exceptionally high levels of best practice in meeting and exceeding the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice.
The Rhiwbina Flood Defence Scheme (FDS), on which Raymond Brown Construction was principal contractor, has been shortlisted for the prestigious CEW Awards 2016 in the Project of the Year – Civils category.
The Rhiwbina Flood Defence Scheme, on which Raymond Brown Construction was the principal contractor, has been shortlisted by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Wales Cymru for the prestigious Wales Project Awards 2016.
We have posted on our website and YouTube some new video footage of the Household Waste Recycling Centre at Bridport that we completed for Dorset County Council. It was taken by our in-house photographer using our drone.
Greenwich Reach Swing Bridge has won the Pedestrian Bridges category at the Institution of Structural Engineers’ 2015 Structural Awards. This award is presented for excellence in the structural design of pedestrian, cycle, equestrian or similar light bridge structures.
Dolphin Shopping Centre’s Shoppers 1 car park will reopen next week following extensive repair work. The car park, which has been closed since June while works are carried out, will reopen on Monday 19 October. The works have been carried out by Raymond Brown Construction Ltd and follow the completion of major repairs to Shoppers 2 car park last year.
Bath’s Midland Bridge was officially re-opened on Thursday 1st October, a week ahead of schedule, following a seven month closure and a £1 million refurbishment of the structure, undertaken by Raymond Brown Construction on behalf of Bath & North East Somerset Council.
In addition to sponsoring an award, Raymond Brown Renewables is also pleased to announce that Operations Director, Chris Craufurd, has been shortlisted for the Outstanding Advocate – Individual.
£3.5m Greenwich Reach Swing Bridge has been shortlisted for under the Pedestrian Bridges Category for the Structural Awards 2015
The South East Division are pleased to have been awarded the £9.1m contract for the groundworks and reinforced concrete at Charlton Lane Eco Park, Shepperton, West London.
The South East Division picks up a Commendation Award at the Structural Steel Design Awards 2015 for the £3.5m Greenwich Reach Swing Bridge project.
The Cardiff Bus Station Enabling Works Project “This is Civil Engineering” banner was unveiled by Sir John Armitt alongside ICE Wales Cymru Chairman / Raymond Brown Director, Chris Craufurd and the ICE Wales Cymru Director, Keith Jones.
Raymond Brown Rail are delighted to have achieved five stars in their recent Link-up Audit
The Royal Southern Yacht Club was honoured today by the presence in Hamble of its Patron, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, for the Commissioning ceremony of the newly completed Prince Philip Yacht Haven.
A town centre car park in Poole is set for a major overhaul, with repair work soon to be underway to the Dolphin Shopping Centre’s roof-top car park.
The Southern Division has now handed over the new training facility to the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA).
Raymond Brown Construction are among the Gold winners in the 2015 Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Occupational Health and Safety Awards.
Since the division was set up over six years ago, Raymond Brown Renewables have completed a total of almost 300 wind turbines across the UK.
The Raymond Brown Construction Wales project team, currently working on the Rhiwbina Flood Defence Scheme, recently arranged for a prefabricated model 12m long suspension bridge to be taken to local school, Christ the King Primary in Cardiff, giving pupils an opportunity to test their bridge building skills.
On Saturday 14th March, the 60 new beach huts, associated facilities and seafront stabilisation works constructed by the Southern Division on Swanage Seafront were officially opened.
We are delighted to announce that the recently completed Haywards Heath Relief Road has been shortlisted for the RICS South East Awards 2015 under the Infrastructure category.
Rhiwbina RFC (The Squirrels) have received a generous donation from Raymond Brown Construction to take them into 2015…
Watch a pilots’ eye view of the newly improved runway works Raymond Brown Construction have recently completed at Daedalus, thanks to footage captured by a drone mounted camera…
At the start of 2014, developer Galliard Homes commissioned Raymond Brown Construction Ltd’s South East Division to design and construct a new opening footbridge in Greenwich…
In October 2014, Chris Craufurd, operations director for Raymond Brown Construction’s Wales & Renewables Division, was inaugurated as Chairman of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Wales Cymru…
The completion of the two Vensys 87 turbines marks a major milestone in the UK wind industry. Connected to the grid at the end of December last year, the two schemes located at Double Arches, Leighton Buzzard and Quarrendon Fields…
In a high-speed challenge against the clock, 12 managers transformed an entire section of Emmanuel Middle School in Verwood…
The Raymond Brown Group was delighted to have been announced as one of three finalists for the Hampshire 2014 KPMG Company of the Year Award this week…
The Raymond Brown Group are pleased to announce their sponsorship of £500 to this year’s Ringwood Carnival. The Group, who have just been shortlisted as one of three finalists for Hampshire’s…
Construction work has now started on the new national Coastguard training centre in Hampshire. His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent cut the first sod of turf for the new centre at Daedalus Airfield in Lee-on-Solent…
Raymond Brown Construction has appointed Andrew Eilbeck as Director of the contractor’s Welsh Regional Business and Renewables Division. Andrew, who will continue to be based in Bridgend, has worked for the company for the last six years in the role of Operations Manager…
On Monday 12th May, Raymond Brown Construction Ltd were carrying out ground levelling works at Swanage beachfront as part of the £2.1 million stabilisation scheme they are currently undertaking for Swanage Town Council…
The Raymond Brown Group threw a surprise celebration on Thursday 17th April at their Ringwood offices to honour Ron Isaac, Chairman, as he reached his 50th year of continuous service to the company…