Virtual Event - Thames Water (November 2021)

Join us in building a better future… together

Tilbury Douglas is delighted to be working in partnership with Thames Water to deliver fantastic infrastructure, brilliantly and to make things better for current and future generations.

We are proud to be the primary non-infrastructure design and construct partner in the Thames Valley area delivering asset improvements that will further improve the environment and the quality of drinking water during the AMP7 regulatory period.

The event

To mark the start of this exciting journey we are holding virtual events which are taking place on 30 November 2021 from 6pm – 7pm.  These will be hosted on Microsoft Teams where we look forward to you joining us to discover more about the scale of the opportunities available including why working at Tilbury Douglas is so rewarding, how we will support you and your career development and more about the type of projects we are delivering. 

There will be representatives from the project, and we will provide details of the next steps of your journey with us in addition to the opportunity to ask any questions you may have!   

To enrol for the event, please register your interest by clicking the link below to confirm your attendance on 30 November 2021 and secure your place.

We look forward to seeing you there!

To register your interest, click here.

30 November 2021 at 6pm

We look forward to meeting you at an event soon!

If you are unable to attend the events but would like to speak to our team about career opportunities, please email td.recruitment@tilburydouglas.co.uk.

Agenda

  • Introduction to the Framework
  • Overview of Thames Valley Opportunity
  • ‘We are nothing without our People’
  • Career Development Opportunities
  • Modern Methods of Construction
  • Recruitment Timescales & Next Steps
  • Q&A

 

Job opportunities

We will have lots of job opportunities coming up, some we are immediately looking for and therefore are receiving applications and others where you may be asked to register your interest confirming what’s important to you from the company you work for so that we can keep in touch and keep you updated!

You can also set up a job alert if the job title you click on indicates the role is coming soon – click here for more details.

More details about the project

Our patch is mainly in the NW quadrant of the Thames Valley region to the north of the M4 from Reading to Chippenham – we are already working on the designs for multiple projects around Oxford and in the Cotswolds.

The projects we are delivering include civil engineering and mechanical and electrical works and vary in value from £3m to £25m – we expect our annual framework turnover to be circa £45m from 2022 onwards.

We have committed to working collaboratively with Thames Water, our valued strategic suppliers, and other stakeholders to embed MMC (Modern Methods of Construction) and off-site manufacture to realise leading safety, health and wellbeing, quality, customer service, sustainability and efficiency performance improvements.

From March 2022 we will be mobilising our site teams and we are therefore embarking on an exciting journey to attract dynamic, ambitious and creative people to join our current framework delivery team progressively over the first half of 2022.

Modern Methods of Construction

Modern Methods of Construction are increasingly important to the future of the sector. The Government’s 2025 Construction Strategy has set ambitious targets to reduce carbon, enhance sustainability and promote the use of ‘smart’ technology.

We are committed to the use and integration of Modern Methods of Construction in our business. Our Technical team uses collaborative technology to store standardised solutions and key supplier data. This data can be used to create a digital replica of a project – a ‘digital twin’. This digital twin provides a fuller understanding of a facilities components, interfaces and modules. It also provides a better basis for managing the asset, understanding operational carbon usage and reducing whole life cost.