Roadbridge are very proud to have had two of our long standing employees win awards at the inaugural Machinery Movers Magazine Industry Awards, which took place on 5th March 2016 at Mount Wolseley Hotel in Tullow, Co, Carlow.
Roadbridge have been registered with the Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safet (CLOCS) scheme in the United Kingdom. This scheme was developed following an independent review of the construction sector’s transport activities, when it was found that between 2008 and 2013, 55% of cyclist fatalities in London involved a heavy good vehicle.
The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a voluntary accreditation scheme encompassing all aspects of safety, fuel efficiency, vehicle emissions and improved operations. Roadbridge have received Bronze Accreditation wthin this scheme which confirms that an operator employs good practices and complies with the requirements laid out by the FORS Standard.
The May 2016 edition of the Building Design & Construction Magazine features an article about Roadbridge's involvement with the Considerate Constructors Scheme, whilst working on the Chelmsford Effluent Pipeline in Northumbria, during 2015. Please see full story for a copy of this article.
Roadbridge is a double winner in the RoSPA Awards 2016.
This marks the first entries that Roadbridge have prepared for these awards, which are now in their 60th year and we have been informed that the Dersalloch Wind Farm in Scotland and the Langley Court Site Development project in Beckenham, England have both been awarded Silver Awards.
As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility systems and our strategic partnership with Business in the Community Ireland, Roadbridge attended the official launch of the Business Impact Map for 2015 in Dublin in May 2016. This map highlights the areas where Roadbridge have made a difference to the local communities in which we operate.
The Galway Wind Park Delivery Team, consisting of SSE Renewables, Coillte and Roadbridge have been announced as the winners in the 'Excellence in Sustainability' category at the Irish Construction Industry Awards 2016, at a lavish ceremony held at the Doubletree by Hilton.
Irish Water working in partnership with Mayo County Council, will commence works as part of the Belmullet Sewerage Scheme on Tuesday 12 July, 2016. The works will be carried out by Roadbridge and EPS Group on behalf of Irish Water. Irish Water expects the works to be completed within 18 months.
Oughterard's popular Corribdale Park is being extended with another kilometre of walking and cycling trails.
A combined investment from several local sponsors (including Roadbridge) has ensured a third phase of the Corribdale Park can be developed, which will also include the installation of ducting for street lights along the extended paths.
Roadbridge are delighted to have been announced as the winners of the Procurement & Supply Chain Sustainability Initiative Award at the 2015 National Procurement Awards, held in Dublin on the 9th December 2015.
Roadbridge are delighted to announce that we have been invited to become Associate Members of the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) in the UK. The aim of the CCS is to improve the image of the constrution industry and to promote best practice in community and employee engagement.
DirectRoute recently made a donation to Pieta House West arising from a Health & Safety incentive scheme run on the N17/18 motorway project. This charity was selected by a Roadbridge Employee, Sean Nolan, who's suggestion for safer working practices was chosen as best Safety Observation over the months of July/August 2015
Roadbridge have enjoyed continued success at the 24th Annual NISO Awards, winning a Regional Award, as well as a Consisten High Achiever Award. In addition to this, the Roadbridge team on the Corrib Onshore Pipeline Project have been awarded a Distinction on their first entry.
Roadbridge are delighted to have been crowned as winners of the Q-Mark Award for Hygience and Food Safety - Catering - Level 3, for the Corrib Onshore Gas Pipeline Canteen at Aughoose, at the National Q-mark Awards in Dublin.
The latest issue of Sustainability Ireland Magazine - Volume 4 October 2015, features an article on Roadbridge and some of the initiatives that have been implemented across our projects. See full story for details.
Roadbridge were part of the Grangegorman Development Agency Site Infrastructure and Public Realm (SIPR) Project Team that has recently been awarded “The Better Way” Project Management Award from the International Construction Project Management Association(ICPMA), at a ceremony in Madrid.
As part of the Direct Route (Tuam) JV, Roadbridge have commenced blasting operations for a major section of the earthworks required for the N17/N18 Gort to Tuam PPP Project, on behalf of the National Roads Authority (NRA).
The latest edition of the Irish Building Magazine features an interview with Roadbridge Managing Director Conor Gilligan, as part of a feature on the leaders of the Irish construction industry. Please see main story for full article.
Following on from our success at the inaugural Irish Construction Industry Awards in 2014, Roadbridge have been announced as the winner of two awards, including Contractor of the Year at the 2015 event.
The A477 St. Clears to Red Roses Road Improvement Scheme Project Team have added to their impressive haul of awards after being presented with a Bronze Green Apple Award for 2015, at a ceremony in London in June 2015.
During May and June 2015, the Roadbridge Environmental Team on the Galway Wind Park visited four local National Schools to discuss the project and the enviornmental issues such as Archaeology and Ecology. Over 210 pupils attended these sessions.
Roadbridge have successfully registered with the Construction Industry Registration Ireland (CIRI scheme. CIRI is an official online register, supported by Government, of competent builders, contractors, specialist sub-contractors and tradespersons who undertake to carry out construction works.
Roadbridge are proud to be associated with the UCD Volunteer Overseas Program which supports students volunteering abroad. We are delighted to have sponsored UCD student, Bláithín Gallagher on her 4 week volunteering work in Nicaragua.
The multi-award winning A477 St Clears to Red Roses Improvement Project has received a Highly Commended Award in the Effective Partnership category at the Chartered Institute for Highways and Transport (CIHT) Ceremony in London on 9th June 2015.
As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility systems and our strategic partnership with Business in the Community Ireland, Roadbridge attended the official launch of the Business Impact Map for 2014 in Dublin on 13th May 2015. This map highlights the areas where Roadbridge have made a difference to the local communities in which we operate.
The A477 St Clears to Red Roses Improvement Scheme, located between St Clears and Red Roses in Carmarthenshire, South Wales has triumphed in winning the 2015 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Wales George Gibby Award for Major Civil Engineering Projects.
Roadbridge, operating as part of SRB Civil Engineering Ltd, have won title of ‘International Engineering Project of the Year’ for 2015, at the Irish Building & Design Awards, for the A477 St. Clear’s to Red Roses Road Improvement Scheme in Wales.
The A477 St. Clear's to Red Roses Road Improvement Scheme, which was constructed by Roadbridge as a part Joint Venture consortium has received notification that the Project has been shortlisted for the ICE Wales Cymru Project Awards 2015.
Roadbridge have enjoyed continued success at the 2015 National Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards, where we have won a Silver Award for the A477 St. Clear’s to Red Roses Project in Wales and a Bronze Award for the Chelmsford Effluent Pipeline in England.
Roadbridge wish to announce that they will be holding a 'Meet the Buyer Event' for Galway Wind Park on Thursday 6th November 2014 from 4-8pm, at the Killanin Community Hall, Rosscahill, Co. Galway. All are welcome to attend this event to learn of the opportunities available on this upcoming development, on behalf of SSE Renewables.
Transport Scotland has announced the names of the four bidders competing to win the contract to deliver the first A9 Dualling scheme between Kincraig and Dalraddy, in Scotland. The list includes the Farrans Construction / Roadbridge Joint Venture and the contract is expected to be awarded in Summer 2015.
Roadbridge have become the first Construction Company to win the prestigious National Award for Quality Management Systems at the 2014 Q-Mark Awards, held on 26th September 2014. This award is open to all organisations audited each year by Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA), across all industries.
The Chelmsford Effluent Pipeline project has been registered by Roadbridge UK with the Considerate Constructors Scheme as part of our ongoing association with this scheme. The project registration number is 81253.
In June 2014 SRB Civil Engineering were presented with their CEEQUAL Certificate for the A477 St. Clears to Red Roses Road Improvement Scheme. The project achieved a score of 90.4%, placing it in the ‘Excellent’ category in these awards.
The Colas-Roadbridge Joint Venture have successfully attained Certification through EQA (Ireland) Limited to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001, on the Motorway Maintenance Network B Contract. This was achieved within six months of the contract signing.
Roadbridge have been crowned as winners of the ‘Best Green Initiative’ at the National Procurement Awards 2014. This award is presented to the supplier that can best demonstrate a reduction in the impact on the environment as a result of processes in place within the organisation.
The Contracts have been signed to build the €550m M17/M18 Gort-Tuam Motorway, with construction due to begin in late 2014. Roadbridge, as part of the Direct Route Consortium will undertake the project.
Two Roadbridge projects, the A477 St. Clears to Red Roses Road Improvement Scheme in Wales and the M9 Junction 1A Upgrade in Scotland have had success at the 2014 Considerate Constructor Scheme Awards.
The Corrib Gas Project Transport and Logistics team (CGPT<), of which Roadbridge are an integral part, have been successful in winning the Logistics & Transport Team of the Year at the Irish Logistics & Transport Awards 2014.
Following from the recent success at the Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards in the UK, the A477 St. Clears to Red Roses Road Improvement Scheme Construction Team have been nominated for a Constructing Excellence in Wales Award.
In December 2013, SRB Civil Engineering were presented with their CEEQUAL Certificate for the M9 Junction 1A Upgrade Project in Edinburgh, Scotland. The project achieved a score of 86.5% placing it in the 'Excellent' category in these awards.