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Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
plc is an English multinational infrastructure group with capabilities in construction services, support services and infrastructure investments. A constituent of the FTSE 250 Index, Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
works across the United Kingdom, Ireland, the United States, Canada and South East Asia.[3]

Contents

1 History

1.1 Controversies

2 Operations 3 Notable projects 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
was formed in 1909 with a capital of £50,000. The two principals were George Balfour, a qualified mechanical and electrical engineer, and Andrew Beatty, an accountant, who had met while working for the London branch of the New York engineers JG White & Company. Initially the Company concentrated on tramways, the first contract being for the Fife Tramway Light and Power Company at Dunfermline; its general construction expertise was extended during World War I
World War I
with, for example, army camps.[4] George Balfour was elected to the House of Commons in 1918 and played a large part in the debates which established the National Grid. To service this new market, George Balfour, Andrew Beatty and others formed Power Securities to finance projects and the two companies, with their common directors, worked closely together. Balfour Beatty was heavily involved in the development of Scotland’s hydro electric power, building dams, transmission lines and power stations.[4] Other work between the wars included the standardisation of the electricity supply in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, and the construction of tunnels and escalators for the London Underground. Extensive overseas work started in 1924 when Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
took over the management of the East African Power & Lighting company; construction work included hydro electric schemes in the Dolomites, Malaya and India; power stations in Argentina and Uruguay and the Kut Barrage on the Tigris in Iraq.[4] By World War II, control of the firm had passed on: Andrew Beatty had died in 1934 and George Balfour died in 1941. Construction
Construction
work was now dominated by the war effort and notable projects included blocking the approaches to Scapa Flow
Scapa Flow
and the building of six Mulberry harbour units. Peace saw a resumption of Balfour Beatty’s traditional work, power stations and railway work dominating at home. Overseas, a construction company was bought in Canada in 1953 and other work included the Mto Mtwara harbour in Tanganyika
Tanganyika
and the Wadi Tharthar irrigation scheme in Iraq.[4] In 1969, Power Securities, which by then owned Balfour Beatty, was taken over by cable manufacturer BICC.[5] Then, in May 2000 BICC, having sold its cable operations, renamed itself Balfour Beatty.[6] Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
moved away from its traditional area of expertise in 1986 when it formed Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
Homes, building on a modest scale from its office in Nottingham. It also opened offices in Paisley and Leatherhead and in 1987 bought the Derbyshire firm of David M Adams to give it an annualised production rate of 700 houses. Little more than a year before the housing market collapsed, through its parent BICC, Clarke Homes was bought.[7] By the mid 1990s, sales were down to only five hundred a year, and although no financial figures were ever published, the housing operation was believed to have suffered heavy losses. Balfour Beatty Homes was renamed Clarke Homes and then sold to Westbury in 1995.[8] In October 2005, Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
were found guilty of breaching health and safety laws and were fined £10 million for their involvement in the Hatfield rail crash. The crash resulted in the death of four people and injured more than 70.[9] Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
then embarked on a series of acquisitions including Mansell plc, another construction services business, for £42m in November 2003,[10] Birse plc, a construction & Civils contractor based in the United Kingdom, for £32m in August 2006,[11] Centex Construction
Construction
for £180m in February 2007[12] and Cowlin Construction, a construction company based in Bristol
Bristol
also in October 2007.[13]

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
under construction by Balfour Beatty

In February 2008, the company bought GMH Military Housing, a United States based military accommodation business, for £180m[14] and Dean & Dyball, a leading regional contractor in the United Kingdom, for £45 million.[15] In September 2009, the company agreed to buy Parsons Brinckerhoff, a project management firm based in the United States, for $626 million.[16] In October 2010 the company bought Halsall Group, a Canadian professional services firm, for £33 million[17] and then in November 2010 the company bought the remnant of collapsed construction company Rok plc for £7 million.[18] In June 2011, it went on to buy Howard S. Wright, one of the oldest contractors on the West Coast of the United States, for £58 million[19] as well as Fru-Con Construction, a US water and wastewater contractor, for £12 million[20] and in January 2013 it bought Subsurface Group, a consulting and engineering firm based in the United States.[21] In August 2014, the company rebuffed three offers by rival Carillion for the two companies to merge. The last bid, which valued Balfour Beatty at £2.1 billion, was unanimously rejected by the Balfour Beatty board on 20 August 2014, one day before a deadline for negotiations to conclude. Balfour refused to allow an extension of time for negotiations which could have prompted a fourth bid.[22] Carillion
Carillion
subsequently announced it would no longer pursue a merger with its rival.[23] The company sold Parsons Brinckerhoff
Parsons Brinckerhoff
to WSP Global for $1.24bn in October 2014.[24] Controversies[edit] In March 2009, the company was found to be a subscriber to the Consulting Association, a firm which then prosecuted by the UK Information Commissioner's Office for breaching the Data Protection Act by holding a secret database of construction workers details, including union membership and political affiliations,[25][26] and six enforcement notices were issued against Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
companies.[27] As of January 2010, individual workers had started suing the company for being on the blacklist;[28] the first of these cases, however, was ruled in favour of the company.[29] Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
was subsequently one of eight businesses involved in establishing the Construction
Construction
Workers Compensation Scheme in July 2014,[30] though the scheme was condemned as a "PR stunt" by the GMB union,[30] and as "an act of bad faith" by Parliament's Scottish Affairs Select Committee.[31] In December 2017, Unite announced it had issued high court proceedings relating to blacklisting against 12 major contractors including Balfour Beatty.[32] Operations[edit]

Blackfriars station
Blackfriars station
redevelopment London, carried out by Balfour Beatty

Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
designs, builds and maintains infrastructure across a number of sectors. Their capabilities include:[33]

Construction
Construction
services: Design, construction management, refurbishment and fit out, mechanical and electrical services, civil engineering, ground engineering and rail engineering. Support services: Installation, upgrade and maintenance of water, gas and electricity networks; rail renewals; street and public space management, operation and maintenance. Infrastructure investments: A portfolio of long term (Public Private Partnership ('PPP') concessions in the United Kingdom, primarily in the education, health and roads/street lighting sectors.

A portfolio of long term military accommodation PPP concessions in the United States. Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
also has interests in non PPP assets in the United Kingdom. The company is a 50% shareholder in Gammon Construction, based in Hong Kong. Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
is a member of Constructing Excellence, the Business Services Association and Build UK, comprising members of the Confederation of British Industry.[34] Notable projects[edit]

London Aquatics Centre
London Aquatics Centre
built by Balfour Beatty

Projects involving Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
include:

The Kut Barrage, Iraq, 1939[4] The Churchill Barriers, Orkney, 1940-44[35] The Kielder Dam, Northumberland, 1982[36] The Docklands Light Railway
Docklands Light Railway
in London, 1985[37] Large parts of the M25 motorway
M25 motorway
around London, 1986[38] Sheffield Supertram, 1994[39] The Channel Tunnel, 1994[40] The Cardiff Bay Barrage, 1999[41] The University Hospital of North Durham, 2001[42] The Lesotho Highlands Water Project, 2002[43] Nam Cheong Station, Hong Kong, 2003[44] The Pergau Dam hydroelectric project in Malaysia, 2003[45] The M6 Toll, 2003[46] New facilities for the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, 2003[47] University College London Hospital, 2005[48] Igor I. Sikorsky Memorial Bridge, Connecticut, USA, 2006[49] Dubai Mall, 2008[50] The United States Capitol Visitor Center, 2008[51] The King's Cross St. Pancras tube station
King's Cross St. Pancras tube station
Northern Ticket Hall, 2009[52] Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
near Selly Oak, Birmingham, 2010[53] The East London Line, 2010[54] The A3 Hindhead Tunnel, 2011[55] The London Aquatics Centre, 2011[56] The M25 motorway
M25 motorway
widening J16 to 23 and J27 to 30, 2012[57] The Blackfriars station
Blackfriars station
and Bridge Construction
Construction
Works, 2012[58] The new main facility for Parkland Memorial Hospital
Parkland Memorial Hospital
in Dallas, Texas, 2014[59] The M4/M5 Managed Motorways project in Bristol, 2014[60] Providence Tower, London, 2015[61] Crossrail
Crossrail
Liverpool Street station
Liverpool Street station
and Whitechapel station
Whitechapel station
tunnels project, due to complete in 2018[62] Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route, due to complete in 2018[63] HS2 lots N1 and N2, working as part of joint venture, with main construction work to start in 2018/9.[64]

References[edit]

^ Balfour Beatty. "History". Retrieved 23 March 2007.  ^ a b c Balfour Beatty. "Results for the year to 31 December 2017" (PDF). Retrieved 19 March 2018.  ^ a b "Understanding Balfour Beatty". Balfour Beatty. Retrieved 13 October 2017.  ^ a b c d e Ruth Slavid, Balfour Beatty’s 75 years, Construction News Magazine, June 1984. ^ "Notes on Financial Times Actuaries Index 1969". August 2012.  ^ Halstead, Richard (August 2012). "Shake-up will see BICC change to Balfour Beatty". The Independent. London.  ^ "BICC joins the flight from house-building". The Independent. 16 August 1995. Retrieved 17 January 2017.  ^ Wellings, Fred: Dictionary of British Housebuilders (2006) Troubador. ISBN 978-0-9552965-0-5, ^ "Hatfield crash firms fined a record £13.5m". 7 October 2005. ISSN 0307-1235. Retrieved 12 September 2017.  ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
set to buy Mansell". thefreelibrary.com. 21 November 2003. Retrieved 29 August 2012.  ^ Richardson, Sarah (9 August 2006). " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
issues notice to Birse shareholders". Building.co.uk. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
pays £180 for US builder". ebscohost.com. Retrieved 29 August 2012.  ^ "About us". Cowlin Construction. Archived from the original on 5 November 2010. Retrieved 19 November 2010.  ^ Brodie, Sophie (13 February 2008). " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
targets $350m US military deal". The Daily Telegraph. UK. Retrieved 29 August 2012.  ^ Bill, Tom (19 March 2008). " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
buys Dean & Dyball for £45m". Building.co.uk. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ Hoskins, Paul (17 September 2009). "Britain's Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
unveils $626 mln U.S. buy". Uk.reuters.com. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ "Balfour buys Halsall Group for £33m". Building. 13 October 2010. Retrieved 12 April 2012.  ^ Balfour buys Rok businesses for £7 million, Reuters, 19 November 2010 ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
buys US contractor". Construction
Construction
Index. June 2011. Retrieved 12 April 2012.  ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
buys US contractor". Construction
Construction
Index. June 2011. Retrieved 12 April 2012.  ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
buys US energy storage business Subsurface Group". Builder & Engineer. 3 January 2013. Retrieved 12 April 2012.  ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
rejects latest Carillion
Carillion
merger offer". The Guardian. 20 August 2014. Retrieved 21 August 2014.  ^ " Carillion
Carillion
abandons pursuit of Balfour Beatty". FT. 20 August 2014. Retrieved 17 January 2018.  ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
completes $1.24bn sale of Parsons Brinckerhoff
Parsons Brinckerhoff
to WSP Global". City AM. 31 October 2014. Retrieved 1 December 2014.  ^ Rob Evans (4 August 2009). " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
among firms that bought information on workers". Guardian. UK. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ "Firm sold workers secret data". BBC News. 6 March 2009. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ " Construction
Construction
blacklist". ICO. ICO. Retrieved 7 September 2015.  ^ Rob Evans (20 January 2010). "Trade Unionist sues Balfour Beatty". Guardian. UK. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ Hoyle, Rhiannon (8 March 2010). " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
wins first case in blacklisting scandal". Cnplus.co.uk. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ a b " Construction
Construction
blacklist compensation scheme opens". BBC News: Business. BBC. 4 July 2014. Retrieved 7 September 2015.  ^ "Scottish Affairs - Seventh Report Blacklisting in Employment: Final Report". www.parliament.uk. Scottish Affairs Committee. Retrieved 7 September 2015.  ^ Prior, Grant (4 December 2017). "Unite launches new round of blacklisting legal action". Construction
Construction
Enquirer. Retrieved 4 December 2017.  ^ "What we do". Balfour Beatty. Retrieved 16 April 2017.  ^ "UK Contractors Group website". Ukcg.org.uk. Archived from the original on 24 July 2011. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ "Churchill Barriers". Undiscovered Scotland. Retrieved 19 September 2017.  ^ "Structure information". Sine.ncl.ac.uk. 26 March 2004. Archived from the original on 13 June 2011. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ Docklands Light Railway
Docklands Light Railway
Official Handbook, Stephen Jolly and Bob Bayman (1986) ISBN 0-904711-80-3 ^ "Motorway Archive – M25". Iht.org. Archived from the original on 10 May 2009. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ "Infrastructure maintenance becomes big business". Railway Gazette. 1 February 1997. Retrieved 7 October 2014.  ^ " Channel Tunnel
Channel Tunnel
on Structurae database" (in German). En.structurae.de. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ Cardiff Bay Barrage
Cardiff Bay Barrage
Report[dead link] ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
turns a huge profit on building schools and hospitals". The Independent. 3 June 2014. Retrieved 2 April 2018.  ^ Hildyard, Nicholas (10 July 2002). "Corner House". Corner House. Archived from the original on 17 May 2008. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ "Government of Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department". Epd.gov.hk. 31 December 2001. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ "Turkish Dam gets UK Support". BBC News. 1 March 1999. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ "Motorway Archive – M6 Toll". Iht.org. Archived from the original on 23 June 2009. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ "PFI hospital opens its doors". BBC. 28 January 2002. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ University College London Hospital wins award Archived 24 January 2007 at the Wayback Machine. ^ "New bridge wins praise". Zwire.com. Retrieved 17 April 2011. [permanent dead link] ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
website: Burj Mall Dubai". Balfourbeatty.com. 10 May 2010. Archived from the original on 16 April 2008. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ "The Architect of the Capitol". Aoc.gov. 2 December 2008. Archived from the original on 1 November 2008. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
to build King's Cross ticket hall Building, 25 May 2006 ^ "Long winding road to new super-hospital". Birmingham Post. 30 January 2006. Archived from the original on 21 May 2011. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
and Carillion
Carillion
win £363m East London line contract Guardian, 26 October 2006 ^ "Mott McDonald". Tunnels.mottmac.com. Archived from the original on 14 July 2011. Retrieved 17 April 2011.  ^ UK firms sign venue contracts Archived 6 August 2011 at the Wayback Machine. London Olympics, 8 April 2008 ^ Balfour Beatty/Skanska wins £5bn M25 deal Construction
Construction
News, 8 May 2008 ^ Blackfriars station: Pulling out the stops Building, 28 January 2011 ^ Auditor questions millions of dollars in new Parkland hospital construction contract Business Video, 26 April 2011 ^ Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
wins M4/M5 managed motorway contract for £77.6M NCE, 26 October 2012 ^ " Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
lands first major London tower job". Construction Enquirer. 10 June 2013. Retrieved 23 September 2015.  ^ Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty
wins Liverpool St station Crossrail
Crossrail
contract The Engineer, 13 January 2011 ^ "Aberdeen bypass: Preferred bidder named as Connect Roads". BBC News.  ^ "HS2 contracts worth £6.6bn awarded by UK government". the Guardian. 17 July 2017. Retrieved 13 October 2017. 

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