30 Jun 17

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Students gain hands-on building skills

                NEARLY 40 students and early stage apprentices bent on careers in built environment worked together for a week (June 18-23) in a rare opportunity to develop practical skills and expertise on site. Paul Stephenson, Managing Director of Southbay commented: “We are proud to sponsor and participate on… Read more »

17 May 17

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Most Promising Trainee Quantity Surveyor

Southbay are delighted to announce that our trainee quantity surveyor Theodora Xeni has been awarded the North East’s Most Promising Trainee Quantity Surveyor. Theodora 23, won the title in the latest awards presented annually by the Civil Engineering Contractors’ Association (North East). Originally from Cyprus, Theodora holds an honours degree in quantity surveying and has… Read more »

23 Feb 17

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Prince Charles Wharf Extension – Port of Dundee

In February 2017 works commenced on Prince Charles Wharf Extension at the Port of Dundee. The existing structure has lain un-operational for approximately 13 years and had suffered significant failures both during the original construction (2002) and after initial remedial works were undertaken. These works are planned to restore the wall and quayside to full… Read more »

10 Jan 17

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Southbay Newsletter

Welcome to the first edition of our new company newsletter which will be issued every 6 months to inform clients of the latest developments from across our business. This will include topics such as the contracts we deliver to our performance across key areas of project delivery such as health & safety. Connect – Issue… Read more »

06 Dec 16

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Greenwich Wall Foundation

In late 2016 Southbay were awarded the contract to install river wall protection at an area of the River Thames foreshore directly in front of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. The foreshore had been eroded by vessel scour and tidal currents of the river. This erosion has significantly reduced the level of the river… Read more »