Ground engineering company, Roger Bullivant takes home ASUC 2020 award for the best-trained workforce for the restricted access and piling division. ASUC is an independent trade association originally formed by several leading contractors to promote professional and technical competence within the subsidence industry.
The award celebrates best practice in the industry and ensures high standards of workmanship and the continuing development of the workforce through training.
Roger Bullivant is the parent company to the Construction Industry Training Academy (CITA), based at South Derbyshire in Swadlincote. CITA provides quality training for all RB employees and the group and also offers training to external clients.
“It’s a fantastic achievement to be recognised for the hard work, commitment, and professionalism we drive throughout our business from the boardroom to the manufacturing facility through to the construction sites. We are committed to ensuring we deliver quality training to all our workforce; it is paramount to our business and the sector we serve to guarantee we drive a skilled and safety first culture,” said Cliff Wren, Managing Director.
“We complete an average of XX training courses throughout the year for the group and external clients. The training team works incredibly hard to mentor, train, and guide trainees to ensure they pass both theory and practical tests. We are proud to achieve this award which recognises the quality and standards we provide,” added Gary Davies, CITA Training Manager.
Roger Bullivant (RB) is a leading UK foundation engineering company, part of the global VINCI construction group. The company has expertise in residential and commercial construction including driven precast piling, CHD/CFA piling, ground improvement, foundations, restricted access and mini piling. With offices in England, Scotland and Wales, Roger Bullivant provides a comprehensive range of services and can offer a full range of options for our clients. The company’s manufacturing facility has the capacity to produce over one million metres of precast concrete piles every year, together with 200,000 linear metres of precast beam.