Balfour Beatty Management - providing a modern, pragmatic approach

BALFOUR Beatty Management continues to enhance its reputation in the region by providing professional services to a growing number of significant projects in the process industry.

BALFOUR Beatty Management continues to enhance its reputation in the region by providing professional services to a growing number of significant projects in the process industry.

It recently announced the acquisition of NAP Partnership, the Middlesbrough commercial services company established in 1976. NAP Partnership has built an enviable reputation in the construction, energy, process and manufacturing industry sectors in the region, throughout the UK and overseas.

Balfour Beatty Management prides itself on bringing the very best together. It is one of the UK’s fastest-growing management and commercial services consultancies and specialises in the project and programme management of major infrastructure and construction schemes. More than half the current projects being undertaken by the Tees Valley team are in the process industry.

The newly-combined business is providing commercial management services to SABIC UK Petrochemicals Ltd and Artenius in connection with their current major projects.

As well as supporting customers on capital projects, the business is also providing clients with management, planning and cost control for planned maintenance programmes and major shutdown events. These clients include Lucite, Invista, PX, SembCorp Utilities and Corus.

Internationally Balfour Beatty Management is working on several major projects for clients including Kuwait Oil, Foster Wheeler Energy and Saipem.

Balfour Beatty Management provides a modern and professional approach to project and programme management and prides itself on operating in a pragmatic and customer-focused manner.

Business development director Ian Basford said: “The acquisition of NAP Partnership strengthens Balfour Beatty Management’s position and provides an undoubted opportunity for continued growth.

“The organisation can call on a wealth of experience within the integrated teams and these skills and knowledge enable the continued strategic support and guidance to our growing list of clients.”

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