We are delivering the Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside project on behalf of Renfrewshire Council.
Funded through the Glasgow City Region City Deal the project is creating an attractive waterfront area and connecting communities through construction of an opening road bridge over the River Clyde at Renfrew. The two-lane bridge will accommodate vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists and open for passing ships, spanning 184-metres from Renfrew to the boundary between Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire.
Construction also includes a connecting road between the bridge and the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS) and new walking and cycling routes through Renfrew and across the bridge, connecting to Yoker train station and the national cycling network.
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We are proud to share that we recently supported Dargavel Primary School with the purchase of outdoor playground learning equipment.
Following discussions with the teaching staff, Jim Armour (Contracts Manager) and Gary Redpath (Social Impact Business Partner) visited the school to present the donation. During their time at the school, Jim and Gary attended the weekly assembly where Jim gave an overview of the project and answered some questions from the inquisitive pupils!
Our mission is “to help protect and improve the environment, conserve resources and tackle climate change for the benefit of current and future generations”.
Carbon reducing activities within this project will include;
Electric Site Cars
Local Staff – reduced travel to site
Using soil stabilisation rather than import aggregate
Recycle timber for biomass
The project received delivery of GRAHAM's first All-Electric Telehandler. This Telehandler is 100% electric, with zero local emissions of C02, NOx and particulates, leading to improved air quality for the local community and a lower environmental impact.
The team welcomed staff and clients of the Working 4U West Dunbartonshire Training Academy to our site based on Dock Street, Clydebank.
We are committed to working with local employability partners such as Working 4U to ensure residents who have an interest in pursuing a career within the construction industry have access to opportunities.
Working 4U provide training, employability and job search support for residents of West Dunbartonshire and have become an important delivery partner for GRAHAM on this project.
The visitors enjoyed an overview of the project and a careers in construction presentation before heading out to site to gain a better understanding of how a live site operates. Tom Callan, Section Engineer, was on hand to provide an in-depth overview of construction plans for this iconic project and share his own experience of working within the construction industry.
Working with Working 4U, we will progress all who attended the site visit towards gaining their CSCS Cards and secure work placements on the project in preparation of starting their careers in construction.
Our project team has committed to supporting two local foodbanks (North West Community Pantry and Renfrewshire Foodbank) with monthly donations.
Formed as part of the Scottish Pantry Network, the North West Community Pantry is based in Yoker and provides low-cost food and wrap around services for local communities.
Renfrewshire Foodbank is part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust. The foodbank provides emergency food and support to local individuals and families who are in need.
Various toiletries, cleaning products and food were donated as part of the first donation to the foodbanks. The team looks forward to supporting both, the North West Community Pantry and Renfrewshire Foodbank in the essential work they do for the communities we work in.
The Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside (CWRR) team have put Yoker Bowling Club in good stead for the coming lawn bowls season by providing sponsorship for a new club strip.
Thew CWRR team are well established in Yoker and have supported a number of community groups since the beginning of the project.
Yoker Bowling Club reached out to GRAHAM for support in setting up a new Youth Bowls Academy and after hearing about the support the club provides to young people in the local community, GRAHAM were more than happy to offer their support through sponsorship of a new team strip.
Gary Earl, Club President, said: "The new strips have provided the team with a real confidence boost going into the new season, members of our youth academy are delighted with their new strips, a huge thanks to GRAHAM for making this happen!"
GRAHAM is a Partner Member of the Considerate Constructors Scheme. This scheme aims to improve the image of the construction industry by following a Code of Considerate Practice, which covers a number of things including site safety and considering the impact of works on the local community. You can find more information about it online www.ccscheme.org.uk
Our site team is always on hand to help. Feel free to make contact at any time should you have any questions or concerns, or if you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us directly -