Brogan Group scoped the Balfour Beatty’s Safety Leadership award for 2022 at the Main Contractors National Buildings Supply Chain Awards ceremony held at The Randolph Hotel, in Oxford.
The event, hosted on 22nd November was the first UKCS Building Supply Chain Awards of its kind, hoisted by Lindsay McGibbon, Manging Director and Balfour Beatty’s Senior Leadership Team.
The award recognised works on recent projects undertaken for the contractor including The Madison Tower, a 54 storey tower in Canary Wharf, and 1 Palace Street, a high end luxurious residential development overlooking Buckingham Palace. Both hugely complex projects in their own rights, the Brogan Team provided early engagement with the access strategy assisting with the development of the scope of works, best practice and deliverables including common tower access, scaffolding and hoists.
Brogan Group Contracts Director Steve Herbert picked up the award from John Dowling, Head of Health and Safety at Balfour Beatty who commented on Brogan’s performance and management on the Palace Street project, a high-profile project in a high-risk area with huge footfall and interface with the public, police, and military police, which was heightened during the Platinum Jubilee and the Queen’s Funeral in 2022.