Osborne ramps up safety and education during construction work
April 29, 2014
Osborne have started enabling works for the installation of two new pedestrian access ramps to the footbridge over the tracks at Wareham Railway Station in Dorset.
Osborne awarded £235million housing repairs contract
April 28, 2014
Dacorum Borough Council has awarded its new housing management contract, worth up to £235 million, to Osborne Property Services.
Osborne Construction joins Institute of Customer Services as Corporate Members
April 24, 2014
Osborne Construction has joined the Institute of Customer Services as corporate members. This achievement shows Osborne’s commitment to improving customer service levels in the industry.
Osborne shortlisted for Winchester Business Excellence Awards
April 23, 2014
Osborne are pleased to announce that the Property Services sector have been shortlisted for this year’s Winchester Business Excellence Awards.
Osborne starts work on £5.3million City of London Housing Project
Osborne is working on the detailed design for the £5.3 million Avondale Square Community Centre Redevelopment. This project requires demolition of an existing 1970s building and the construction of a new seven-storey mixed use block comprising of a Community Centre, Estates Office and 18 flats.
Osborne’s station success at Preston Park
April 22, 2014
Great projects are not just about a well-designed end result, but about the journey we at Osborne undertook to get there; meeting the needs of our customers and the local community.
Osborne scoops RoSPA President’s Award
Osborne has scooped the coveted President’s Award at the annual RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety awards 2014.
Osborne shortlisted for ICE Awards
April 17, 2014
Osborne have been shortlisted for two Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) South East England Engineering Excellence awards.
A class act – the student’s story
April 16, 2014
Buildings aren’t just investments in bricks and mortar, they are investments in peoples’ lives. It’s been 100 days since the students at London School of Economics (LSE) moved in and Osborne caught up with them to get first hand, their first impressions on the Saw Swee Hock building and what it means to them.
Transport Minister opens £40million Portsmouth projects
April 10, 2014
Transport Minister Baroness Kramer formally marked the completion of more than £40million of construction and engineering in Portsmouth with a visit on Thursday, 10 April.