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VolkerWessels V1.1

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RAIL
HIGHWAYS
MARINE
ENERGY
INDUSTRIAL &
COMMERCIAL

WATER & THE ENVIRONMENT
ENCHANCING
COMMUNITIES

KEY FIGURES 2013
2013 DELIVERED AND HIGHLIGHTS
.
SOLID
PROGRESS

2013 INNOVATIONS
Working with our partners, clients, local communities, supply chain, and people, VolkerWessels UK has seen another successful year.
Operating profit
Operating profit margins maintained despite tough economic circumstances.
We are committed to maintaining the highest of standards in Corporate Responsibility throughout our business activities and recognise that we have a responsibility to the society in which we operate and to our stakeholders.
Our people are at the heart of everything we do.
“In 2013, more than 215 employees, over 10% of all our people, were promoted to more senior roles within the organisation.”
Andrew Edge
HR Director, VolkerWessels UK
Our focus is to provide exciting opportunities for our people, whilst developing their talent and making VolkerWessels UK a great place to work.
VolkerWessels UK Academy

Graduate programme

Apprenticeship scheme

Equality & Diversity

Rewarding Excellence - Platinum Awards

Rewards scheme
A great place to work
Our rewards scheme provides opportunities for our people to benefit from great savings on everyday spend. This includes anything from the weekly shop to the annual family holiday. Our Cycle Plus tax free bike scheme has been particularly popular in 2013.

Each business unit develops an annual Equality and Diversity Action Plan, which is reviewed both internally at senior management level and shared with our clients.
improvement
Year on year

in our employee
engagement
survey results
managers completed the First Line Management
Programme
70
senior managers
completed the
Leadership
Development
Programme
45
VolkerFitzpatrick deploys visualisation to aid dynamic decision making
Innovation in how we work is as important as technical innovation and VolkerFitzpatrick has adapted the visualisation process used widely in rail industry operations, to meet the unique demands of the construction industry.

Each engineering discipline and key site management areas such as safety and quality has a whiteboard to outline progress, critical concerns and planned activities in a designated room which means that the progress, risks, and issues are readily visible to all the teams. Key members of the project teams, including the client and subcontractors attend regular short meetings where the teams remain standing to review the boards and agree priorities. The process has been so successful that it has been deployed on our rail contracts to manage short possession periods involving the delivery of multidisciplinary works where sharing of information quickly to inform decision making is a critical aspect. This is a very active and dynamic form of working and we are now applying the technique in other sectors.
VolkerRail sets a precedent for managing hazardous waste
Through the use of bioremediation, contaminated soil is excavated and stockpiled before adding a product that digests the diesel contamination, leaving the spoil non-hazardous. VolkerRail have also introduced the use of a Polymer Powder product which minimises the levels of hazardous waste produced after water has been contaminated with oil, as well as minimising the environmental impact on our eco-system.
VolkerHighways leads the way in recycling
Last year VolkerHighways recycled 99% of the 100,000 tonnes of the waste it produced from Highways Maintenance during the year. In the last three months of 2013, 8,000 tonnes came from its in-house recycling aggregate facility. This type 1 material is of the highest quality and produced using the WRAP Quality Protocol.
VolkerStevin reduces safety risks in fast flowing river conditions
As part of the Tay Road Bridge Pier Collision Protection Scheme, sections of pre-cast concrete sector mats weighing 200 tonnes were placed onto the sea bed. This innovative approach was used as the traditional construction method of utilising divers was a safety concern due to the fast flowing nature of the River Tay. The team developed a bespoke lifting frame capable of lifting the 200 tonnes load with the facility to disengage the lifting parts remotely, removing the risk to people whilst being able to work with accuracy.
VolkerLaser uses tablet technology to efficiently insulate thousands of homes
VolkerLaser’s challenge to insulate large numbers of homes using External Wall Insulation has been supported through the development of automated forms used on hand held devices. Using our bespoke technology each surveyor captures information directly on the mobile device, including any photos and these are then collated directly into the database and readily retrieved as work continues.
VolkerInfra brings technology from the wider Dutch group to the UK
The project to design, supply, install, connect and carry out full pre-commission testing of over 6,000 metres of a new 132,000 volt replacement submarine cable under the Solent was a great challenge for VolkerInfra. The new system will connect the EHV (extra high voltage) power cable infrastructure on the mainland to the local grid network for Isle of Wight. With project manager VolkerInfra at the helm, a number of our Dutch sister companies were called in to provide innovation and expertise:
Visser Smit Marine Contracting (VSMC) to lay the cable approximately two metres under the Solent seabed…
Stemat Marine Services to supply the specialist marine plant, including the cable laying ship, Stemat Spirit, with its 4,500 tonnes cable turntable, and…
Visser Smit Hanab (VSH) to complete approximately 930 metres of Horizontal Directional Drilling, out and under the Solent.
Joint ventures
Strategic and carefully selected partners to provide the best solution for the client.
Industry bodies
Supporting and engaging with industry bodies to meet key objectives.
Supply chain
We establish mutually rewarding, ongoing relationships with our suppliers and sub-contractors. We asses our supply chain partners against strict but practical criteria, including health and safety performance, design and technical capability, financial strength and ethical working practices.

VolkerWessels UK is a signatory to the Prompt Payment Code sponsored by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. As a signatory we commit to:
- Pay suppliers on time
- Give clear guidance to suppliers
- Encourage good practice
“Lafarge Tarmac has enjoyed an excellent relationship with VolkerWessels UK for many years. We have mutually agreed terms of trading that reflect the importance of the account and as such prompt payment and invoice resolution is fundamental to the way we do business together.”
Nick Toy
National Business Development Manager, Lafarge Tarmac
We are part of the Dutch Royal VolkerWessels group, which has €4.5 billion revenues worldwide and is one of the largest construction groups in Europe.

“By working together we share best practice, innovation and skills which allow us to deliver better, safer, faster and more cost effective services.”
Alan Robertson
Chief Executive, VolkerWessels UK
We are a multidisciplinary civil engineering and construction group providing integrated engineering solutions.
Railway engineering and construction forms a major part our infrastructure capabilities and activities

We maintain a portfolio of long term multidisciplinary frameworks and projects for high profile clients:
Consecutive
Network Rail
‘Platinum Badger
Awards’ for
VolkerFitzpatrick
Passionate about Rail
We play a key role in enhancing and maintaining the highways infrastructure network across the UK.

Our in-house multidisciplinary teams provide integrated solutions that bring communities together, whether it’s a highways term maintenance service or delivering a large scale civil engineering project.


Mobilisation
of TfL’s London
Highways Alliance
Contract
(LoHAC)
of earthworks cut and profiled to make way for the runway at Birmingham
600,000t
We are working with British port operators, the Ministry of Defence, local authorities and private industrial organisations to extend and expand port and marina facilities, and maintain, modernise and improve existing marine based infrastructure, so that it is sustainable and ready for future requirements.

We completed several highly technical projects in 2013. Through our experienced in-house engineering teams and extensive specialist plant we have demonstrated our ability to provide practical, innovative, value for money solutions, in the most challenging conditions.
First rail
terminal for
30-wagon
freight trains
Bridge built and
opened at Thames
Gateway in only
24 weeks
We are actively working in the renewable energy sector completing a number of projects, utilising the capabilities of our UK companies and our Dutch sister companies.



We are committed to building, enhancing, regenerating and revitalising communities and works throughout the UK on local projects that really make a difference.



We use our civil engineering, road, rail, ports and harbours, and building skills to provide distribution centres, depots, new commercial developments and the refurbishment and development of old premises for a wide range of industrial and commercial clients.

VolkerLaser provides specialist solutions such as bespoke waterproofing systems, structural strengthening and associated drainage. Working with VolkerFitzpatrick, VolkerLaser provides basement tanking, screed flooring and structural waterproofing to commercial developments as well as car park repair works.
We are at the forefront of the water and environment sectors working with government agencies, local authorities and private sector clients to protect, maintain and enhance the natural and built environment.




Balham project won ‘Project of the
Year’ at the National
Rail Awards
Member of one
of the first new
Network Rail
Alliances –
the Staffordshire
Alliance
Our key services include:
of depot facilities
for new 12 car
rolling stock
27,700m
“Due to the rising passenger demand for rail services, large scale investment in UK rail infrastructure and new rolling stock is being undertaken, and we are well placed to support this growth.”
Jim Munro
Projects Director, VolkerFitzpatrick
platform
extensions at
15 stations
29
“Southern Rail was very satisfied with the working arrangements at all levels with both VolkerFitzpatrick and Network Rail on this project; it was truly a joint industry partnership approach to delivering the improvements.”
Mark Stuchbury
Southern Rail Head of Major Programmes
of track
4.3km
“Only through excellent collaboration have the Network Rail and VolkerRail teams overcome the significant challenges.”
Doug Parker
Network Rail
new stops
55
“VolkerRail worked closely and collaboratively with Transport for Greater Manchester and their partners.”
Kim Dorrington
Manchester Regional Centre Portfolio Manager
Depot design and construction
Platform extensions and new construction
Construction and renewals for stations
Track construction, renewals and maintenance
Signaling
Level crossings
Overhead line electrification
High voltage and low voltage power distribution
Rail adapted piling services and equipment
Bridges and structures
Concrete bridge repairs and strengthening
Waterproofing
Internal fleet of rail plant and equipment
2013 Key highlights:
Completion of the complex Crossrail West works at Acton
Delivery of Reading Train Care Depot into service and on-site for Thameslink, Crossrail and Intercity Express Programme depots
Delivery of multiple platform extensions and station enhancement packages for Network Rail
Award of the Control Period 5 Multi Functional Framework for the Anglia Region by Network Rail
Service opening on the Oldham to Rochdale Line on the Manchester Metrolink Network Extension
Completion of major re-signalling schemes at Tallington and Immingham
Gatwick Station redevelopment opens on time and within budget
Network Rail Investment programme sees continuous delivery through the Southern Multi Asset Framework Agreements
2
Client:
Siemens, Network Rail & First Capital Connect
Main Contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
Design, construct and commission Hornsey Depot in north London and Three Bridges Depot in West Sussex, as part of the Thameslink Rolling Stock Project.

Six UK sister companies are supporting VolkerFitzpatrick on this project.
Thameslink
Client:
Southern Rail
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
Deliver the MAFA Package 3 Sussex Line Platform Exenstions as part of the Southern CP4 Multi Asset Framework Agreement (MAFA).

This project stands out for co-ordinating concurrent working at several stations during short possession periods, varying between four hours mid-week, up to 52 hours at weekends, with restricted access.

The project team managed a successful publicity campaign with the local authorities that provided information about construction periods and alternative transport plans.
MAFA Package 3
Sussex Line Platform Extensions
Client:
Network Rail
Main contractor:
VolkerRail
Description:
A major part of the surface works for the £16 billion Crossrail project, which will connect Maidenhead and Berkshire to Essex through the centre of London.

VolkerRail are the first infrastructure contractor to install and commission new track, overhead line and signalling power supplies across the entire Crossrail programme.
Acton Dive-under
Client:
Transport for Greater Manchester
Main contractor:
VolkerRail & Laing O'Rourke in consortium with Thales
Description:
The expansion of the Manchester Metrolink Network, which is to span over seven years and is the largest light rail scheme in the UK.

The Oldham to Rochdale Line was commissioned into service including the important link into the Oldham Town Centre. In parallel to this 16km extension to the Airport Line to Manchester Airport continued at pace with key bridge and highway construction works being completed.
Manchester Metrolink Phase 3
We are increasingly being asked to provide solutions for trackside civil engineering, in particular piling. Utilising the extensive plant of VolkerRail, VolkerGround Engineering and VolkerBrooks and our collective experience, we are well prepared to serve this emerging demand.

VolkerGround Engineering invested in the newly developed Movax SG-50V side-grip and ID25H impact hammers allowing us to operate in more challenging environments. The hammers are mounted onto 24t excavation plant, provided by sister company VolkerBrooks, and are able to place and drive piles in a variety of environments.
New Movax Hammers
Kirow rail
mounted crane
safely lifts
120t
Our key services include:
Major highways infrastructure projects
Bridge, culvert and road construction
Concrete bridge repairs and strengthening
Waterproofing
Highways maintenance
Winter maintenance
Street lighting and electrical services
Traffic management
Paving
Surfacing
Hard and soft landscaping
Key highlights:
Diversion of the A45 in Birmingham
Delivery of new roads and infrastructure for the new development in Sketchley Brook, Hinckley
Completion of the new M275 Tipner motorway interchange and bus lane in Portsmouth
Completion of the Thames Gateway Port Access Road and Bridge
Mobilisation of Transport for London’s London Highways Alliance Contract with successful transfer of 160 employees
VolkerHighways extended the apprentice scheme to all highways and street lighting term maintenance contracts
West Berkshire contract received their highest Considerate Constructors’ Scheme score, confirming their dedication to public and worker safety
2013 saw an extension of the award winning Medway schools walking bus scheme
“With CVU’s help we managed to complete the
works within good time and to a high standard.”
Mike Ward
Senior Traffic Control Engineer, TfL
energy saving to the client
20%
“Given the difficult nature and location of the
works, the job went well and finishing a day early
was a bonus.”
Melvyn May
Highways Manager at West Berkshire Council
Client:
Portsmouth City Council
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
Design and construct a motorway interchange on the M275 at Tipner Lane, with one mile of new motorway and bus lane linking it to Rudmore roundabout (motorway end) which is part of a programme of works to regenerate Tipner. The project also involves the commissioning of the 660 parking space park and ride facility and a welfare building at Tipner.
M275 Tipner
Client:
Transport for London
Main contractor:
VolkerHighways, as part of the CVU joint venture.
Description:
Key infrastructure improvements at Bank Junction, in the heart of the City of London.

The works involved modernising the existing traffic signal infrastructure changing footway ducting, footway chambers and all traffic poles and controllers.
Bank Junction
Client:
West Berkshire Council
Main contractor:
VolkerHighways
Description:
The installation of LED street lights throughout West Berkshire, working together with West Berkshire Council and street lighting suppliers, Indal WRTL.

The area has benefited from the use of LED technology as the new LED luminaries benefit from requiring considerably less maintenance compared to traditional street lights.

A339 Sandleford Link, Newbury
Client:
Worcestershire County Council
Main contractor:
VolkerLaser
Description:
Removal of existing surfacing, exposing the arches and concrete deck sections. Followed by waterproofing the concrete decks and protecting services. Stonework replaced within two areas of the existing arches with the approval of English Heritage. Installation of steel beams to strengthen the concrete extensions and completion of local repairs to the concrete work. Three areas of the existing wing wall required stablising achieved by using bored piles that were tied back into the existing foundations.
Teme Bridge,Worcester
Client:
Amey
Contractor:
VolkerLaser
Description:
Working with main contractor Amey to bring Queensway and St Chads Tunnels up to date with European safety standards. Extensive work included re-lining, structural strengthening, a new cladding system to improve fire resistance and a new lighting system.

A key factor of the project success was to ensure peak time closures, disruption to local businesses, Emergency Services and the traveling public were avoided.
Queensway and St Chads Tunnels
Key highlights:
Diversion of A45 to enable extension of Birmingham Airport Runway
Delivery of the United States Airforce framework (USAF)
Commenced the third consecutive phase of works at Glasgow Airport
Winner of Gatwick Airport’s ‘Supplier in Partnership’ award for the runway refurbishment
runway
possessions
313
Port and marina infrastructure
Multi-modal logistics hubs
Industrial marine import/export facilities including heavy lift quays
Jetties, quay walls and dolphins
Pier and breakwaters
Lock gates
Immersed tube tunnels
Marine outfall and intake installations
Specialist concrete repairs and cathodic protection
Remediation
Warehousing and distribution facilities
Rail freight terminals and transfer stations including track work and signalling
Infrastructure; concrete and block paving, access roads, utilities
Key highlights:
Delivered new deep water berthing at Southampton
Pier protection works for Tay Road Bridge
Construction of key port access roads and a road bridge for London Gateway
Delivered the third rail terminal at the UK’s largest and busiest container port in Felixstowe
Completed port enabling works at Belfast Harbour to facilitate the construction of West of Duddon Sands Wind Farm
Westermost Rough Wind Farm cable connection completed four weeks ahead of schedule
“The project was completed to the client’s satisfaction with no major accidents or incidents, which I think was down to good project planning. It was a pleasure to be part of this project and we look forward to working with VolkerStevin again in the future.”
David Walker
Diving Director at Red7Marine
“As a direct result of a close client and subcontractor working relationship, with each party bringing their strengths to the table throughout the design and installation stages, the Westermost Rough 1,000m HDD duct installation was a great success.”
Phil Cowlishaw
Export Cable and HDD Installation Manager at DONG Energy
Client: Associated British Ports
Main contractor: VolkerStevin with its divisions VolkerBrooks & VolkerGround Engineering.
Description: Design and build project to deepen berths and reconstruct a 550m quay wall at the Port of Southampton. The works included percussive piling of 37m long, 1.8m diameter piles, dredging, installation of drainage and rear crane rail.
Southampton Berths
Client:
United Utilities
Main contractor:
VolkerStevin
Description:
Major repair and upgrade works on a marine outfall at Middleton. Located 2km offshore in Morecambe Bay the work involved design, supply and installation of precast concrete shaft rings, raised diffusers and provision of pipe covers to the top of the existing outfall.
Middleton Outfall Diffusers
Client:
DONG Energy
Main contractor:
VolkerInfra, in joint venture with group companies Visser & Smit Marine Contracting and Visser & Smit Hanab
Description:
The project involved the installation of a 1,015m long, 710mm diameter duct for the onshore/offshore connection to the Westermost Rough Wind Farm.
Westermost Rough Wind Farm cable connection
Client:
DP World
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
Design and build of two sections of carriageway and a bridge structure over the new rail head at London Gateway providing access into the port terminal. The road infrastructure consists of a dual carriageway and a single lane carriageway, which are linked together by a new roundabout.
London Gateway
Our key services include:
Offshore, onshore and underground cable installation
Cable landfall and transition for offshore wind farms
Horizontal directional drilling and other trenchless techniques for major route crossings
Turbine foundation installation offshore
Supply port redevelopment
Civil works for onshore wind farms
Electrical cabling works for onshore wind farms
HV cable design for grid
Construction of waste processing facilities and energy from waste facilities
External wall insulation for energy conservation
Flood protection for power assets
Key highlights:
Installation of 108 monopiles and transition pieces for West of Duddon Sands Offshore Wind Farm
Construction and commissioning of 10 wind turbines for the Bradwell Onshore Wind Farm
Installation of 1,025m long duct for landfall of export cable for the Westermost Rough Offshore Wind Farm project
Completion of first offshore wind foundation project
New cable installation vessel delivered
Client:
Scottish and Southern Energy
Main contractor:
VolkerInfra in joint venture with sister company Visser & Smit Marine Contracting (VSMC)
Description:
The installation of 5.7km of an extra high voltage XLPE electricity cable across the Solent. The works included Horizontal Directional Drilling and open cut techniques, as well as the use of specialist marine vessels and equipment to cross the Solent.
Solent Crossing
Client:
Joint venture Scottish Power Renewables & DONG Energy
Main contractor:
VolkerWessels UK
Description:
As part of the development of the West of Duddon Sands Offshore Wind Farm in the Irish Sea, we have installed 108 monopole foundations and transition pieces for the wind turbine generators.
West of Duddon Sands
10
wind
turbines
Client:
RWE Npower Renewables
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
Design and build contract with responsibility for completing all civils works, the construction of a control building and supervising the erection and commissioning of 10, 121m high wind turbines. 48 precast driven piles were installed for each turbine bases to a depth of approximately 16m. Reinforced concrete bases were constructed on top of these piles with each base consisting of 320m3 of concrete and 40t of steel reinforcement.
Bradwell Onshore Wind Farm
Client:
AmeyCespa
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
The civils and building works for the Waste Treatment facility including mechanical, biological and thermal treatment plants. The facility will process 170,000t of waste, which will be diverted from landfill.
Milton Keynes Waste PFI
Client:
National Grid
Main contractor:
VolkerStevin
Description:
Flood defence construction at substation Stella South, in the North East of England. Works involve the construction of earth bound and concrete flood defence walls which extend around the perimeter of the High Voltage substation, installation of a flood protection gate at the main entrance and installation of drainage within the substation’s High Voltage Yard. The project includes excavation works to exposed High Voltage 132kV power cables along the line of the flood defence barrier along with flood water path cut off works.
Stella South
Our key services include:
Energy conservation
Energy efficiency measures
Regeneration Projects
Public Realm works
Construction of educational and leisure buildings
Public Building enhancements
Construction and improvement of parks and play areas
Enabling works for industrial and domestic development
Maintenance and improvements of roads, footpaths and cycle ways
Flood alleviation works
Key highlights:
Thermal efficiency improvements to over 3,000 homes
Delivery of 120 acre site for new community build in Sketchley Brook
New educational buildings for University of East Anglia
“I just wanted to say a massive thank you. In the short time that the contract has been live, to say I am very pleased is an understatement. The delivery and standards that are delivered across the board is second to none. Our site managers are fantastic with all tenants and residents on the Clifton estate and from my visits with all our active tenants I have nothing but praise for the site team.”
Christian Liquorish
Project Liaison Officer at Nottingham City Homes
facility
8,600m
homes improved
thermal efficiency
>3,000
Client:
Nottingham City Homes
Main contractor:
VolkerLaser
Description:
Involves the regeneration of 1,241 social housing properties using the application of Alsecco external wall insulation. We are working to help improve local unemployment and aim to leave a skills legacy and lasting local jobs in the city. We have recruited locally from skilled and undergraduate pools, whilst working with training providers and employed 15 apprentices to provide them with skills and accredited qualifications.
Nottingham Greener Housing
Client:
UEL
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
Design and build project providing a new library facility on UEL's campus in Stratford. The lecture theatre, learning centre, student support centre, seminar rooms, and administrative offices surround a light-filled atrium.

Sustainability was at the core in conceiving this building. The renewable energy strategy includes photo voltaic panels on the roof area and green roof areas encourage biodiversity as well as reducing the amount of rainwater run-off, while rainwater harvesting provides water for wc flushing.

The building is mechanically ventilated and high quality fair faced concrete finishes and exposed concrete ceilings act as thermal mass. Raised flooring provides a plenum for heating and cooling.
University of East London
Client:
Quintain Estates
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
Improvements to the external environment of the Wembley Estate focused on the main thoroughfares and approaches. The landscape improvements include new lighting, street furniture, public art and new vistas to the Civic Centre.
Wembley Meantime Opening Environment
Client:
The Crowne Estate
Main contractor:
VolkerHighways
Description:
The installation of York stone footways and granite set carriageways which was part of a wider scheme to regenerate the area to attract new high-end businesses.

In order to preserve some of the historic features of the area, a delicate restoration and reinstallation of 130 year old listed gas lamps in Eagle Place was completed. This ensured the works remained sensitive to the location, which is a conservation area.
St James Gateway, London
Client:
Goodman
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
The 120-acre Sketchley Brook development site provides new shops, cafes, industrial units, offices and 345 homes. We delivered the infrastructure for the new development such as roads, drainage, utilities, earthworks plateaus and remediated contaminated ground before the building contractors moved in.

New statutory services and surface and foul water drainage are provided and the project realised the diversion of the existing Sketchley Brook stream which traversed the site.
Sketchley Brook
Our key services include:
Design and build projects
Large scale distribution warehouses
Groundworks stabilisation and remediation solutions
Cat A, B and C fit-out
Frozen, chilled and ambient storage solutions
Preservation/restoration of historic buildings including façade retention
Sustainable solutions
Car park repair and refurbishment
Key highlights:
Constructing a major distribution centre for ProLogis in Daventry
Delivered welfare and workshop buildings for DP World
Completed the Bentinck Street retained façade office project in London’s West End
Established as a key construction partner for Royal Mail Group
Delivery of commercial offices at Pine Trees Estate, Staines
“We were delighted to be selected by VolkerFitzpatrick to help them deliver this strategically important building. A close partnership approach was essential to successfully deliver this highly bespoke project.”
Tim Ward
Chetwood Associates
Achieved
BREEAM
‘Excellent’
“Very professional and user friendly.”
Estelle Reeve
Aberdeen Asset Management
Achieved
BREEAM
‘Excellent’
“A remarkable achievement to have received more compliments than complaints on a project of this nature.”
Andrew Wilson
Planning and Projects Director at Howard de Walden Estates
logistics park
largest
Client:
DP World
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
Design and build of a maintenance workshop and welfare building with extensive, heavy duty external pavement works. The turn-key fit out included installation of two 38m span, 10 tonnes overhead gantry cranes, vehicle lifts and exhaust extract systems.
DP World Workshop and Welfare Building
Client:
Barclay Nominees & Aberdeen Asset Management
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
This three storey, 54,000ft² new build office was built to BREEAM 'Excellent' standard and includes a basement car park.

The building's foundation solution is a 600mm thick waterproof concrete raft slab eliminating the need for piling or tanking. The envelope is mainly Schuco curtain walling with areas of 4mm Ash and Lacy aluminium panels.

The roof is asphalt with a brown roof area with PV and solar panels. The central cores house energy efficient, mono-space Kone lifts as well as toilets and stairs.
Pine Trees
Client:
Royal Mail Group
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
The refurbishment and remodeling of an existing live mail centre. It included refurbishment of existing offices, a 1,500m2 facility extension and removal of an 80m x 10m masonry partition wall.

Our project team worked closely with the client to deliver an exemplary project with zero complaints in a extremely challenging live environment.
Royal Mail Centre, Nottingham
Client:
Howard De Walden Estates
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
Design and build project providing 40,000ft² of high quality office space and three luxury apartments (4,300ft²). It involved demolishing the entire office building behind the facade whilst restoring the façade to its early 20th century condition.

Our site team helped resolve a six year old client planning challenge with their innovative existing floor support system. The project involved 1,600 PV roof slates to English Heritage standards, seven biodiversity roof gardens and two ‘living walls’.

Westminster City Council quoted this project as a model project for central London.

20 Bentinck Street
Our key services include:
Water and waste water infrastructure maintenance & renewal
Regeneration
Land remediation
Flood risk management
Coastal protection
Drainage
Underground and above ground infrastructure
Hard and soft landscaping
Key highlights:
Selected for a third consecutive period as a key asset delivery partner to the Environment Agency on the Water and Environment Management Framework
Appointed by National Grid as a key asset deliver partner on the National Substation Flood Defence Framework
VSD Avenue won the ICE East Midlands Merit Award
Todmorden won the 2013 Gold Considerate Constructors Award
Thames Barrier Pier Cranes won the Environment Agency’s Project Excellence Award
“I would like to thank the VolkerStevin team for your sterling efforts during the floods, for supporting the Environment Agency’s work in the area and for assisting the local community.”
David Dangerfield
Director at The Environment Agency, Yorkshire and North East
“It’s great for Colwyn Bay, not only for its new sea defences, but also for its seaside economy.”
Mike Priestley
Conwy Councillor and Welsh Assembly Member
“I have been impressed by the level of professionalism and competence shown by all the management during this project and this has reflected in the attitude shown by our operators.”
Gary Hather
Managing Director at Hather Plant Hire
labyrinth weir
170m
Considerate
Constructors
Gold
Client: Environment Agency
Main contractor:
VolkerStevin supported by VolkerBrooks & VolkerGround Engineering
Description:
The scheme includes a new 500m flood wall, culvert repairs, installation of non-return valves, demolition of an existing bridge and construction of new road and bridge infrastructure, giving access to the local supermarket.

During the contract period the town experienced several high profile flood events, which resulted in additional emergency works being undertaken by VolkerStevin. Strong ties have developed with local residents and businesses of Todmorden, with our project team being available to help clear areas, build flood doors and provide information and education.
Lower Todmorden and Walsden Water Flood Alleviation Scheme
Client:
Conwy County Borough Council
Main contractor:
VolkerStevin
Description:
Redevelopment of the town’s seafront into a well-protected and attractive area for locals and visitors to enjoy in the future. The project brought together coastal defence works to protect the residents and businesses, as well as environmental improvements along the promenade.

700,000 tonnes of sea dredged sand was imported ashore from a licensed dredging ground located 2km north of Colwyn Bay. Approximately 20,000 tonnes of 2-6 tonnes rock armour placed in a four week period, of which 7,800 tonnes was imported in and the remainder was site won from existing groynes.
Colwyn Bay Waterfront
Client:
The Homes and Communities Agency, HCA
Main contractor
: VolkerStevin, as part of the joint venture VSD Avenue
Description:
The project involves the transformation of 98 hectares of heavily polluted industrial land into a place that can be used and enjoyed by people and wildlife for future generations.

The remediation of the land has been completed and c. 250,000m3 of solid waste including asbestos has been processed. An on-site thermal treatment plant was used to treat the most contaminated materials, whilst bioremediation and other mechanical techniques were deployed to treat less contaminated materials.The final phase of works involved landscaping, road infrastructure and road infrastructure and relocation of the River Rother.

On completion the site will incorporate public open space and amenities including football and cricket pitches, a 70 hectare nature reserve with footpaths, wetland habitats and a 28 hectare housing and light industrial development area.
Avenue Coking Works
Client:
United Utilities
Main contractor:
VolkerStevin
Description:
The purpose of the project was to carry out safety modifications and improve the overflow and spillway facilities to allow probable maximum flood flows to be safely routed through the reservoirs and past the embankments.

The project included construction of a new 170m labyrinth weir, tumble bay, bridge and spillway, provision of security CCTV system and access track at Swinden and a new 20m overflow weir, 20m wide baffled spillway, bridge, debris collector and a 10m overflow weir at Lee Green.
Swinden and Lee Green Impounding Reservoirs
Considerate
Constructors
performance
beyond
compliance
certified
LED lights
delivered a
Winner of the
Communication
award at the ICE
West Midlands
Awards 2013
century bridge
protected
14th
“Councillor Stacey was glowing in his praise at Cabinet yesterday for keeping the city moving whilst a key part of our infrastructure was being refurbished. An outstanding job. They recognised it has been a triumph of communication, organisation, logistics and superb timing.”
Sharon Lea
Strategic Director of Local Services at Birmingham City Council
Client:
London Borough of Havering
Main contractor:
VolkerHighways
Description:
Phase two of the Hornchurch Town Enhancement Scheme involved redeveloping the high street and future-proofing the town. It comprised of paving, new footways, carriageways, street lighting, drainage, traffic signals and soft landscaping.

New speed ramps were installed to reduce speed of traffic and to create better traffic flow. Pedestrian crossings installed to benefit the public by giving them safer access to cross.
Hornchurch Town Centre Enhancement Scheme
“The success of this project is largely due to the excellent management processes that VolkerHighways has maintained throughout and workmanship of an extremely skilled and tireless workforce. The attention to detail in all aspects of the project has been faultless and the relationships fostered between workers and local traders have helped immensely delivering this complicated project.”
Chris Smart
Regeneration Officer of Area Programmes for the London Borough of Havering
Client:
Main contractor:
VolkerLaser
Description:
A series of hammer tests completed to identify defects in concrete, which identified that an entire concrete breakout phase by end was needed to extend the design life of the structure.
Ryde Pier Cathodic Protection
Client:
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description:
The design and build of a new rail terminal connecting to the existing Trimley branch line. It involved site clearance and demolition, earthworks and ground improvements, signaling works, provision of HV and LV power distribution systems and fire fighting facilities, heavy duty pavement, a traverser, 31m gauge crane rails and seven high level flood lights.
Third Rail Terminal, Felixstowe
“ The successful delivery of this key piece of rail infrastructure enables us to realise our objective of doubling the Port’s rail capacity by 2030.”
Andrew Hartson
Chief Operating Officer Harwich International and London Thamesport
First new cable to Isle of Wight for 30 years
installed
capacity
389mw
Green
electricity for
12,000
homes
2
Europe’s
block wall
removed in a live environment
800m
2
Award
Construction
of a new
23,000
tonnes of material reused in landscaping
The development of our experienced and talented people, as well as attracting new people from diverse backgrounds to join VolkerWessels UK is crucial to the growth of the company.
VolkerWessels UK Academy
In 2013 the VolkerWessels UK Academy delivered over 6,200 training days to our employees.

We are an Approved Endorsed Provider for the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM). The First Line Management Programme and the Leadership Development Programme receive ILM accredited awards on completion.
Passionate about Rail
Rail Depots and Traincare Facilities
Passionate about Highways
Major Highways Infrastructure Projects
Highways Term Maintenance Contracts
Stations and Line Side Rail Engineering
National Rail Network Enhancements
Street Lighting and Electrical Services
Mass Urban Transport Networks
Bridges and Structures
Rail Plant and Equipment
Tunnel Refurbishment
Paving and Surfacing
Passionate about Aviation
Passionate about Highways
Passionate about Marine
Passionate about Enhancing Communities
Passionate about Energy
Passionate about Marine
Passionate about Energy
Sub Marine EHV Cable Installation
Port Infrastructure
Marine Outfalls
Offshore Wind Farms
Onshore Wind Farms
Landfall and Cable Crossings
Biomass/Energy from Waste
Port Access Roads, Culverts and Bridges
Cathodic Protection
Flood Protection for Power Assets
Rail Freight Terminals
Passionate about Industrial & Commercial Facilities
Passionate about Water & the Environment
Passionate about Enhancing Communities
Energy Conservation
Higher Education
Public Realm Enhancements
Safe Renewal of Public Spaces
Commercial Heritage Preservation
Enabling new community development
Water and Wastewater
Land Remediation
Small Projects
Coastal Protection and Regeneration
Commercial Offices
Flood Risk Management
Distribution Centres
Passionate about Industrial & Commercial Facilities
Passionate about Water & the Environment
VolkerWessels UK
VolkerWessels UK at a Glance
Corporate Responsibility
Innovation
Driving Success
Innovation
Driving Success
Winning for our People
: Developing Talent
Innovation
Driving Success
Winning
for our People
Innovation
Driving Success
Collaboration
and Partnering
Collaboration
and Partnering
tonnes of recycled
materials re-used
annually
70,000
of sand pumped
ashore daily
12,500m
3
Romina says: It’s such an innovative industry to work in, you never stand still, that’s why I #LoveConstruction
VolkerWessels UK also supports the ‘Love Construction’ campaign, which is backed by Construction News.
Our key services include:
Continued
growth in
renewable
energy sector
Environment
Agency
Customer
Service Award
2013
£ million
Revenues

Operating Profit/(Loss)

Net Cash/(Debt)

Order Book
Five years of solid progress
564

6

(9)

540
557

(1)

38

582
666

12

46

649
691

12

58

819
697

12

76

1,005
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
The Platinum Awards reward excellence, showcase innovation and highlight the outstanding work accomplished by individuals and teams across VolkerWessels UK. In 2013, 130 nominations were submitted by employees over nine award categories.
Shortlisted
as the Employer of the Year category at the Construction News Awards 2014
Rewarding excellence
of new track
will be laid
19,700m
of overhead line
installed
29,690m
at the 2013 National Rail Awards
'Project of the Year'
VolkerFitzpatrick was awarded
months
20
Designed
& built in
already
delivered
3-17
Stages
of new track
60km
awarded by Gatwick Airport
'Supplier Working in Partnership'
of structural
paving works
35,000m
2
of earthworks
200,000m
3
Two
span bridge
60m long
Designed, built and opened
< 14wks
A site of
special
scientific
interest
First rail terminal to be built for
30-wagon freight
trains
of 132,000v
cable
5.7km
capacity of renewable energy
7MW
apprentices
15
new homes
345
new build
office
54,000ft
Three storey
2
cost reduction
achieved
40%
awarded by the Considerate Constructors Scheme
'Certificate
of Performance
beyond
Compliance'
CrossRail
Siemens
Hitachi
AVIATION
Passionate about Aviation
Our key services include:
Design and construction of airport infrastructure
Runway rehabilitation and reconstruction
Taxiway rehabilitation and new construction
Hardstanding construction and repair
Pavement quality concrete
In-house concrete batching plants and paving equipment
Hangars and airport operational buildings
Capital works maintenance and repair frameworks
Specialist concrete repairs and treatments
Ground engineering and earthworks remediation and treatment
Airport infrastructure and highways maintenance
“VolkerFitzpatrick worked with us to overcome the challenges of extremely unseasonal weather conditions taking a proactive approach to re-engineering the design and re-sequencing the works.”
Derek Hendry
Construction Director, Gatwick Airport Ltd
Client:
Gatwick Airport Ltd
Main contractor:
VolkerFitzpatrick
Description: D
esign and build contract to rehabilitate the runway. Over 50,000 tonnes of Marshall Asphalt laid to resurface the runway, covering an area of 400,000m². Associated works included renewing 38km of the aeronautical ground lighting duct and pit systems.

Over 1,900 runway and taxiway LED lights were fitted and fed by 530km of new electrical cabling and the drainage system to control discharge flow was upgraded.
Gatwick Airport Runway Rehabilitation
Airport Infrastructure
Passionate about Aviation
With experience in the aviation construction and maintenance sector that goes back over 60 years, VolkerFitzpatrick provides airfield operators with a wide range of design and build capabilities

Utilising our own batching plants and pavers to lay Pavement Quality Concrete, we work within tight time frames, minimising lead times to reduce the impact of our works on customers and end users.
Network Rail
Transport for Greater Manchester
London Underground
Collaboration is a key driver in developing and maintaining long-standing and strong relationships with all our stakeholders.
Revenue is constant year on year, demonstrating consistent delivery of volumes.
2012
operating profit
million
£12
2012
revenue
million
£691
Revenue
2013
net cash
million
£76
2012
net cash
million
£58
2013
order book
million
£1,005
2012
order book
million
£819
Ongoing improvements in cash position.
Net Cash
Significant increase in secured order book reflecting longer term committed revenue.
Order Book
During 2013 we delivered
Reading Train Care Depot and associated infrastructure
Manchester Metrolink’s Oldham to Rochdale line commissioned into service
A port access road and bridge at DP World
Port of Felixstowe’s Third Rail Terminal
Collision Protection to Tay Road Bridge
Bradwell Wind Farm with 10 turbines
The restoration of 20 Bentinck Street in central London
29 platform extensions on Network Rail’s Sussex Lines
26 flood defence and remediation schemes for The Environment Agency
Maintenance and repairs to 4,000km of roads in London and the South East
Gatwick Airport’s Runway Rehabilitation
Over 5,000km of railway track renewals and maintenance
75,000m² of External Wall Insulation
2013 Highlights
Awarded and commenced the construction of rail depots for Thameslink, Crossrail and the Intercity Express Programme
Party to a number of innovative alliance projects such as Network Rail’s, Staffordshire Alliance and Transport for London’s, London Highways Alliance Contract (LoHAC)
Named Network Rail ‘Project of the Year’ for the Balham Blockade at the National Rail Awards
Successful delivery of seven BREEAM ‘Excellent’ projects including the first ever BREEAM ‘Excellent’ for a refurbishment project
Awarded nine 2013 Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards, including runner-up in the 2013 Most Considerate Site Award for Todmorden
VolkerFitzpatrick achieved its fifth consecutive Gold Award in the prestigious RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards
Three CEEQUAL awards for the White Cart Water Flood Prevention and Stafford Area Improvements Programme
VolkerLaser awarded ‘Concrete Specialist of the Year’ at the Construction News Specialists Awards 2013
Institution of Civil Engineers South East of England Engineering Excellence Award for Innovation
2013 Delivered & highlights
2013 Delivered & highlights
“As we move towards a changing economic climate, we will continue to build upon our core values to deliver even more for our stakeholders.”
Matt Woods
Commercial Director, VolkerWessels UK
Core values
Never Second Best
|
Deliver Quality Work
|
Exceed Expectations
Team Work
|
Collective Genius
|
Succeed Together
Ahead of the Game
|
Continuous Improvement
Commitment
|
Enjoyment
|
Innovation
Open and Honest
|
Ethical
|
Moral
|
Accountable
Winning for our people
Alan
Robertson
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Employees
2,100
UK civil engineering contractor
10
Top
History
1997
(50%)
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2002
2004
2005
2005
2009
2008
(100%)
Current Organogram
VolkerWessels
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All companies
have a long and successful heritage, founded by entrepreneurs
Company locations
Through collaborative working:

• We share best practice
• We ensure that we are a top performer
• We provide innovative integrated solutions
• We support and develop our talent

Opportunities are also often created by working together on complex multidisciplinary projects, alongside joint venture and alliance partners and our global sister companies.


Together we provide construction and engineering solutions for large projects drawing upon diverse specialist skills.
Our Approach
• Civil engineering
• Building
• Rail

Our history dates back to 1883.
VolkerFitzpatrick is a multidisciplinary contractor in the following sectors:
VolkerFitzpatrick
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Employees
600
Working together to Experience Excellence for our clients and our teams
VolkerRail
VolkerStevin
VolkerLaser
VolkerInfra
VolkerHighways
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• Waste
• Energy

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• Track
• Signalling
• Overhead electrification
• HV/LB power distribution
• One of a few with a rail safety case
to run plant on mainline railway

VolkerRail is one of the UK’s leading multi-disciplinary railway infrastructure contractors for:
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Over 70 years project experience in heavy & light rail sectors
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• public and private sector
highways maintenance,
• street lighting
• civil engineering schemes
• traffic management
• surfacing

VolkerHighways is an integrated highways service provider operating across London and the South of England. We offer:
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• Complex structures
• Flood and coastal defence
• Marine infrastructure
• Regeneration
• Roads and bridges
• Water utilities
VolkerStevin is a national contractor providing a wide range of engineering and construction activities in:
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• Waterproofing
• Strengthening and repair of concrete,
steel and brickwork structures

VolkerLaser is the UK’s leading multi-functional contractor undertaking:
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• High voltage cable installation and jointing
• Trenchless installation techniques –
horizontal directional drilling
• Laser guided auger drilling
• Micro-tunnelling
• Cable and pipeline burial for wind farms
• Marine outfall/landfall construction

VolkerInfra is a specialist cable and pipeline system installation contractor and offers fully optimised cable system design solutions. The company operates both onshore, near shore and in the transition area between the two.
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VolkerGround Engineering

One of the leading piling companies in the UK offering the design, supply and installation of all forms of driven piling and foundation engineering.
VolkerBrooks

Specialist service provider of plant and equipment, formwork, steel fabrication and Linkflote pontoons to the civil engineering and maritime sectors.

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The parent company of VolkerGround Engineering and VolkerBrooks
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Our core values guide our decisions, actions and behaviours, which results in best in class delivery, quality and people to offer clear benefits to all our stakeholders.
Our Corporate Responsibility vision focuses on maintaining the highest of standards in four key areas throughout our business activities; marketplace, workplace, environment and community. These act as objective areas against which we monitor our performance.
Marketplace
Workplace
Environment
Community
We continue to provide a safe working environment in which employees can continue their personal development and are building a culture in which ethical business practice continues to thrive.
As well as working in line with legislation, we have our own policies which deal specifically with:

• Employees • Health, safety and wellbeing • Quality
• Training • Diversity

2013 demonstrated a continued improvement in our safety standards through a reduction in our Accident Frequency Rate.

We continually strive to be as socially and environmentally responsible as possible, maximising opportunities for enhancement, as well as mitigating adverse impacts on the environment. We limit our impact on the environment by focussing on solutions in the following areas:
Our aim is to add value to society and respect people and their local environment by being responsive to the communities in which we work.
As part of the Planet Mark certification we support the Eden Project Education Programme, helping to educate children on sustainability.
“VolkerWessels UK’s pledge to improve its sustainability
performance sets an excellent example to other businesses
that sustainability needs to be more than just a buzzword,
it should be an essential part of the corporate culture.”
Steve Malkin
CEO, Planet First
We actively support charities and community projects both locally and nationally. We donate £1 to Mencap for every hazard, near miss or close call reported.
Supporting Mencap
VolkerFitzpatrick’s Bradwell Wind Farm project team revamped a local primary school garden.
We are committed to meeting our client's expectations whilst operating our business accountably and striving for excellence in all that we do. We do this through:
Corporate Responsibility:
Marketplace
Corporate Responsibility:
Workplace
Corporate Responsibility:
Environment
Corporate Responsibility:
Community
In support of Child Safety Week the team at the Lower Todmorden and Walsden Flood Alleviation Scheme worked with the 20th Todmorden Cub Scout Group to help tackle road safety
• Engagement with industry • Innovation and awards • Stakeholder engagement
3x Awards
9x Awards
Gold medal
“Ill-health can be prevented, we treat health like safety, and everyone has a role to play.”
Adrian Shah-Cundy
Head of Corporate Responsibility, VolkerWessels UK
In 2013 we signed
up to the Department of Health’s Public Health Responsibility Deal and the Construction Pledge
• Procurement • Carbon • Waste
For second
year running,
we achieved The Planet Mark
Only


of waste to landfill
4%
Carbon Footprint
2013
19,884.1 tCO2e 2012: 18,055.7tCO2e
VolkerFitzpatrick’s Three Bridges Depot team organised the first ever Ivor Goodsite Hoarding competition, a CCS initiative, with over 120 local students entering.
During 2013,
we donated over
to Mencap
£4,000
graduates
pursuing RICS full
membership
8
graduates on the ICE graduate scheme, leading to full membership
26
employees pursuing
professional
qualifications in
ICSA, CIOT, ICAEW,
CIPD and IEMA
Training
placements for over
20
building, engineering
and surveying
undergraduates
each year
13
Supply chain
We establish rewarding, ongoing sustainable relationships with our suppliers and sub-contractors to offer quality service for clients.
As a signatory
to the Prompt Payment Code sponsored by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, we commit to: pay suppliers on time, give clear guidance to suppliers and encourage good practice.
“We are passionate about building strength and depth in each market in which we operate, focusing on providing the infrastructure of tomorrow. We have shown this through the successful delivery of many multidisciplinary projects across a diverse range of market sectors.”
Naomi Connell
CFO, VolkerWessels UK
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