CRL awarded ISO 44001
CRL is pleased to announce that, following our successful assessment
with the British Standards Institution earlier this month, we have now
been awarded our ISO 44001 certificate for our Collaborative Business
Gaining this certification is crucial to our ongoing work with Highways
England, and our success and creation of value with other clients and
partners going forward.
CRL awarded the RoSPA Order of Distinction for 19 consecutive Gold awards
CRL has again been awarded the prestigious RoSPA Order of Distinction award in recognition of its practices and achievements in helping its staff, clients & contractors get home safely at the end of the working day.
This is the 19th such award CRL has received for the internationally-renowned RoSPA Health and Safety Awards, the longest-running industry awards scheme in the UK.
Triton Square CFRP Strengthening
CRL has recently completed a significant CFRP structural strengthening works at Triton Square, London. The project is the biggest CFRP wrap project that CRL have undertaken to date.
The building was undergoing a major refurbishment which involved adding 4 storeys to the building. In order to avoid increasing internal column sizes, and reducing the rentable floor space of the slabs, Arup and Sika developed an innovative scheme to wrap key columns in carbon fibre fabric.
CRL Mitcham hold H&S Culture Day
On Friday, 7th June, CRL held their Health & Safety Culture Day at The Grange, just down the road from the Mitcham office. Around 80 delegates attended the day, including members of our site teams, regional and senior management, as well as a few representatives from our supply chain.
CRL are now RISQS Certified ...
CRL recently passed the RISQS and Sentinel audit and are now RISQS approved/accredited. This will now enable clients like Network Rail, Transport for London, passenger and freight operating companies, main infrastructure contractors and many other buying organisations in the management of supply chain risk to engage with CRL with confidence that our policies and procedures are robust and up to date.
M5 Oldbury Viaduct Contract Comes to an End
May 2019 will see CRL’s involvement in the M5 Oldbury come to an end, with us completing what has been CRL's largest individual contract and the UK’s largest ever concrete repair contract. The project has thrown up a number of challenges, but there have also been a number of highlights too.
During the project we have seen a number of new arrivals to the team and we have also been able to promote from within, most notably two of our senior foreman being promoted to Site Manager and one of our senior tradesman moving up a grade to Site Foreman.