Whilst completing earthworks operations on site, Alex Campbell and Bryce Prentice made what would turn out to be a significant archaeological find. Their actions ensured that an important piece of Perth and Kinross’s history was able to be presented and studied.
Balfour Beatty staff and members of the client team at Perth and Kinross Council took on the punishing ‘Beast Race’ in order to raise money for CHAS (Children’s Hospices across Scotland).
Balfour Beatty is committed to supporting local and national charitable organisations through donations and fundraising at both a site level and through the wider business.
As part of Channel 4’s ‘Kilted Coaches’ series, team members Lewis Bradley and Gary Brennan got involved to discuss various meal choices; cheap to buy and easy to cook, that can promote a healthy lifestyle at work.
Ken Brown, Project Manager at the Perth Transport Futures Project, has been mentoring a group of Napier University students through their final year project – to promote a fictitious development in Edinburgh.
As part of Balfour Beatty’s commitment to engaging with and inspiring the next generation of construction professionals, Community Benefits Advisor, Duncan Gardner, attended Perth Grammar’s Careers Fair to talk about careers in Construction with Balfour Beatty.
Balfour Beatty and Perth and Kinross Council brought the ICE’s cable bridge kit to St Johns RC Academy in Perth to deliver a series of bridge building workshops to local school pupils.
The Balfour Beatty Team at the Perth Transport Futures Project hosted the 7th Perthshire (Methven) Cub Scouts for an evening of ecology.
Greg Cheyne, Senior Structures Site Engineer with the Balfour Beatty Team at the Perth Transport Futures Project, went out to deliver a STEM presentation and workshop with local pupils at Tulloch Primary School as part of our ongoing programme of curriculum support.