A massive congratulations to our Southern team who participated and completed the 105.87km cycle journey and 1460m of elevation gain of the Isle of Wight taking in the amazing coast lines along the way, as part of the Breheny Civil Engineering 60th anniversary charity challenges. The team can all vouch that the route is brutal and challenging, especially in the…
We made a donation of food and household essentials to the Bedford Food Bank for the festive period. The food bank will provide over 450 food parcels for local individuals and families in need over the festive period. We will continue to support the Bedford Food Bank.
Our Business Development Manager, Steve Dighton and Regional Commercial Director, Mark Burrows attended Canterbury College and delivered an inspirational presentation to inform the students about the different careers available within the construction industry. The presentation explained what qualifications/experience is required to progress into various roles. There was also an engaging question and answer session after the presentation.
Our Business Development Manager, Steve Dighton and Regional Commercial Director, Joe Victory attended the Business Shows Group Exhibition to support the local economy and establish/develop relationships with both existing and new suppliers. The exhibition included a seminar which included a presentation from East Midlands Council – Andrew Pritchard, Director of Policy and Infrastructure /TfEM Strategic Policy Advisor. The presentation covered…
We visited Little Buds Pre-school in Newmarket to drop off two new children’s picnic benches. Breheny was contacted asking for raffle prizes to raise money for outside furniture, but we donated the benches instead.
Our Business Development Manager, Steve Dighton and Supply Chain Manager, Rick Simmons attended the Kent Construction Expo to meet potential new suppliers and further understand the local economy and market.
Breheny were one of the 55 exhibitor stands to attend LEAF (Local Employment Advisory Forum) and support those looking for employment. We spoke to lots of attendees and demonstrated various skills utilising engaging activities such as bridge building.
Congratulations to our very own Hannah Jarman on winning the award for best digger driver in the UK! Read the full article by the East Anglia Daily Times below: https://www.eadt.co.uk/news/business/hannah-jarman-ipswich-uk-plant-opertors-magazine-9299534
One of our staff, Harry Wilding went back to his old school, Stowmarket High School, to judge the annual design competition and award prizes to the top 3.
Our Charlie Gawthorpe, a former student of Abbey College in Ramsey, helped to enlighten and inspire the next generation of civil engineers at the College’s careers evening.
Students from Huntingdon had a day of gaining experience of the construction industry at Alconbury Weald with Urban & Civic.
We attended the Stour Valley High School Careers Fair. The event was an opportunity to inspire the next generation to pursue a career in civil engineering using interactive activities and targeted talks.