Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
June 03, 2014
Every aspect of a construction business can have an impact on the environment. At Osborne, we work hard to minimise ours. In the last year on site, we have recycled or reused 97% of our skip waste, resulting in only 3% going to landfill.
Osborne starts work on schools in Ealing
May 30, 2014
Osborne has started building work on two schools in Ealing, West London. Both schools are on one site, and will be fully refurbished allowing students to benefit from brand new facilities.
New station car park opens on 30 May at Banbury
Passengers from Banbury station will benefit from a new multi-storey car park as of Friday 30 May. The car park, which will be officially opened in late June, has 707 spaces and is part of a major improvement programme at the station.
Osborne provides free health checks for staff
May 29, 2014
Safety is paramount on all Osborne sites but now the health of the site teams has come under the spotlight too.
Osborne progresses Mayflower works
Midway through the Mayflower Halls final phase of the utility works, Balfour Beatty and Osborne are making good progress.
Osborne takes steps to improve safety
Many work sites can be hazardous, but sometimes just getting to and from them is a challenge in itself.
Osborne gets full marks for school project
May 28, 2014
Osborne has completed refurbishment work to allow the expansion of Westfield Primary School in Woking, Surrey.
Osborne brings nature to school
May 27, 2014
Embracing eco-friendly methods of working and enhancing the local community, Osborne has been busy installing bat and bird boxes in the wooded grounds of Portesbery School in Deepcut, Camberley.
Osborne completes Key Education Centre
May 22, 2014
Osborne has finished construction on the purpose-built Key Education Centre in Gosport, Hampshire.
Osborne partnership working pays off
The Build Surrey steering group and Surrey County Council worked in partnership to identify forthcoming employment opportunities on Surrey County Council construction contracts.