Public Sector

Whilst BWB’s roots lie in the private sector, our commercially driven and pragmatic approach is welcomed by the public sector and we are often seen as a fresh approach to the more bureaucratic suppliers.


Our relationships with local authorities and the public sector generally extend from invitations to work with them or join their supply chain after creating a lasting impression when working with them via our contractor clients on public/private partnerships or frameworks.  Public or Private - Clients simply want to work with the best, which is why we are proud that we make such a positive impression and work hard to maintain this. 

We are fully compliant to integrate into public sector supply chains with Chas accreditation and ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO18001. 



Blackpool Tower

Blackpool Tower is an iconic grade 1 listed landmark and a great feat of Victorian engineering. Built in 1894 and standing at 518 feet, the steel structure is not the only part of the tower complex as...

Key contacts: Colin Langford

Somerleyton Road, Brixton

Somerleyton Road is an exciting community partnership that will see around 303 new homes, a theatre, a range of mixed uses including a new flexible community space, an educational space, cultural and ...

Key contacts: David Stairmand

Joseph Leckie Academy Phase 1

The project involves the creation of a new three storey standalone ICT rich teaching block on the existing Joseph Leckie Academy campus.

The project was delivered using BIM technology...

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Lakeside Academy, Telford

Lakeside Academy in Telford principally accommodates a new build primary school and secondary school, with post sixteen and community functions incorporated within the secondary school building all of...

Key contacts: David Stairmand


BWB was approached by Durham County Council to design an effective flood alleviation plan for the village of Lanchester, County Durham. Regular flooding at the village has had a considerable impact on...

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BWB's Transport Planning team played a vital role in helping a Leicestershire council to block plans for a residential development that they deemed 'unsustainable'. The proposal to build 70 houses on ...

Key contacts: Chris Holloway

Telford Co-Operative Academy

Telford Co-Operative Academy principally accommodates a secondary school, with changing rooms for use by the adjacent tennis centre incorporated into the school building. A data centre is provided whi...

Key contacts: David Stairmand

QMP: Tim Brabants Elite Training Centre

Dorney Lake is British Canoeings main on-water training venue and was a competition venue for the London 2012 Olympic Games. In contrast to the excellent water conditions, the venue lacked suitable in...

Key contacts: Anthony Hart

Nottingham NET light Transit

BWB Consulting provided expert traffic signals and modelling skills in reviewing and re-designing shared use traffic signal controlled junctions on the proposed tram route through Beeston town centre,...

Key contacts: David Mackrory Simon Hilditch


BWB Consulting provided multi-disciplinary engineering services for this prestigious £900M development scheme to transform a 17 hectare (42 acre) site at the heart of Nottingham's Eastside Regenerati...

Key contacts: Steve Wooler

Infinity Garden Village

Infinity Garden Village in Derbyshire is one of the first 14 identified garden villages by the government and comprises 3,500 dwellings, over 4 million sq ft of employment development and a secondary ...

Key contacts: Chris Holloway

T12 Link Road, Chellaston

As part of a wider strategic development known as Infinity Park, Derby, a proposed Link Road and construction of a Flood Alleviation Area had the potential to impact local watercourses. BWB provided a...

Key contacts: Iqbal Rassool Daniel Allum-Rooney