DGP Logistics is pleased to be delivering a range of Construction Logistics services to Mace on the Charterhouse project. Services include Security, Traffic Management, Waste Management as well as other site logistics services. The project was commissioned by Helical plc and their JV partners AshbyCapital.

The Charterhouse site, on the corner of Farringdon Street, will provide 200,000 sq. ft of technology enhanced commercial office space as well as further retail along Farringdon Street. The 11 storey building is set to become one of Farringdon’s first ‘smart’ buildings. Sustainability measures include ‘Earth friendly concrete’, solar panel PV panels and a biodiverse green roof, all designed to reduce the embodied carbon. The building design was awarded the UK’s first BREEAM 2018 new construction rating of ‘Outstanding’.

The works are expected to complete in September 2022 .

Martin Allum, DGP Operations Manager, said, “Myself and the DGP team are looking forward to working alongside Mace on this exciting, green tech-driven project.”

DGP Logistics is pleased to be delivering a range of Construction Logistics services to ISG on the UCL-ION-DRI project. Services include Security, Traffic Management, Waste Management and Multi-Services. The project was commissioned by UCL.

The new site on Gray’s Inn Road, will provide a home to three world-leading organisations: the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, the headquarters and UCL component of the UK Dementia Research Institute, and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. It will bring together hundreds of clinicians and researchers from different disciplines to tackle the global health challenges of neurological diseases.

The works are due to be completed late 2023, ready for occupation in early 2024.

Michael Singh, DGP Contracts Manager, said, “Myself and the DGP team are looking forward to working with ISG on this exciting project.”

Celebrating Excellence – Congratulations goes to Hnia El Hoijaji (left) and Veronica Burchovschi (right), DGP logistics Welfare cleaners, for ‘going above and beyond’ with their safety stand on the Manchester Town Hall Project.

Their Certificates of Appreciation, for the month of July, were recently presented by Lendlease Managers, Joe Keenan and Kostas Karageorgos.

DGP Logistics is pleased to have started work, providing a range of Construction Logistics services to Lendlease on the Manchester ‘Our Town Hall Project’, commissioned by Manchester City Council. Lendlease have an excellent track record delivering heritage projects on this scale.

Opened in 1877, the Grade I listed building will be enhanced for contemporary use and will be repaired and upgraded to modern safety and accessibility standards, including new lifts, welfare facilities and a new visitor centre. The buildings upper floors will be converted into flexible office space.

The 4 year project will also involve structural repairs and restoration work throughout, including the state rooms, the Great Hall and the Lord Mayors Suite.

Our Regional Director, Taran Dhesi, said, “It’s exciting to be working on an iconic building involving such a wide range of talented and skilled craftsmen.”

Celebrating Excellence – Congratulations goes to Amandeep Sandhar, DGP logistics Supervisor at Birmingham Airport, for winning the Employee of the month award for June.

This was in recognition of his “diligence in identifying and reporting risks on site and his immediate actions ensured that no harm was caused, and immediate action taken”.

Amandeep is seen here receiving his award from Rachael Strong of Hunter Safety Solutions Limited.

Birmingham Airport Limited and Hunter Safety Solutions Limited arranged a full, site wide, safety stand down on Monday.

Inspiring safety and motivational talks were given by Stephen Barker, Managing Director, BAL; Martin Sutcliffe, Development Liaison Manager, BAL; and Bernie Langham, Operations Director, Hunter Safety Solutions.

Celebrating Excellence – Congratulations goes to Ricardo Azevedo, Traffic Marshal at Henrietta House, for winning the DGP Logistics Monthly Safety Award for May/June.

Richardo received his award from Michael Singh DGP Contracts Manager.

Occupational Health and Safety Update – Despite the business disruptions created by COVID-19, DGP Logistics has focused its efforts in enhancing its occupational health and safety standards. As a result, we have now achieved ISO 45001:2018 certification.

Managing Director, Saheb Dhesi said, “This accolade demonstrates our continued commitment to maintain safety best practices within our business and supply chain.”

As part of our on-going ‘Keep your Distance’ campaign, we have introduced Social distancing Marshals and Monitors. They are on site from early morning to late evening, policing social distancing throughout the day, including the canteen.

DGP Logistics are committed to helping minimising the spread of Covid-19. The marshals’ presence is a constant reminder for all workers to maintain their distance.

Shukrie Ahmet Islyam is seen here at the Mace Woolwich Creative District Project, sporting her new Hi-Viz vest.

As part of our on-going ‘Keep your Distance’ campaign, we have introduced new Hi-Viz vests.

When we’ve all been used to working in close proximity, the new workwear acts as a constant reminder to Keep your Distance and help minimise the spread of Covid-19.