Bromak Civils Solutions has won approvals from industry leaders Balfour Beatty Living Places and the Ringway/Eurovia group to provide specialist recruitment and training services to the highways sector.
The new partnerships highlight further growth for BCS, which has announced it is widening its services to those clients in quarrying, landfill, highways construction and maintenance, and power and utilites.
BCS will work closely with each of the companies, supplying new staff and providing ongoing training and support.
Balfour Beatty is a worldwide infrastructure services business providing professional construction and support services. Operating in more than 80 countries, its remit includes project management, planning and consultancy, building, refurbishment and engineering, with core strengths in the rail and highways environment.
Ringway/Eurovia delivers highways, public realm and airfield related services, routine maintenance, new road/bridge build and the production and laying of road marking materials, to name but some of its activities within this niche sector.
Dave Brooks, managing director of Bromak, said: “It’s an exciting time for the civil engineering industry with infrastructure output returning to strong growth, and the need for recruitment and training in civil engineering skillsets is more important than ever.
“These new partnerships represent significant new ventures as we continue to grow our business in this sector.”
The firm, based in Bolton, boasts an expanding network of offices which includes Durham, Liverpool, Sheffield, Lichfield and Watford.