Health and Safety
The Health and Safety of our employees and customers is at the very core of our business and is of paramount importance.
Stanton Bonna is a proud member of the British Precast Charter Scheme which sets industry targets for Health and Safety and Sustainability.
Over the years our endeavors have been recognised, for example in 2014 for the seventh consecutive year we won the Gold Award with Red Seal for achievements in health and safety and accident reduction, in the MPA British Precast Awards.
Stanton Bonna T4-80-A Pipe Lifter: Innovation and added value
Innovation and Added Value
Our customers are continually seeking productivity and quality gains on site. Stanton Bonna’s Watertight Manhole System, Access Stairs, Pipe Lifter, Gully Hook and Pipe Pusher are just a few of the latest innovations that demonstrate how we add value to the construction process and deliver a huge gain in speed, safety, quality and consistency. Our experience with bespoke products also provides innovative solutions to challenging projects that can save you time and money.
Stanton Bonna’s product quality is the highest in the industry according to an independent survey. In addition to enhanced product testing regimes, the Company operate a Third Party Certified Quality Assurance Scheme complying with BS EN ISO 9001.
Products are manufactured in accordance with the relevant British and European standards and kitemarked/CE Marked accordingly.
The service life of virtually all of our products are expected to exceed 100 years providing they are correctly installed and maintained.
To further endorse Stanton Bonna as a highly professional company we have been awarded the following accreditation after matching strict industry criteria:
Achilles UVDB Qualification Scheme
Environment and Sustainability
The environment is extremely important to us all to ensure sustainability for future generations.
Stanton Bonna’s ongoing commitment to reducing environmental impact includes the award of BS EN ISO 14001 certification for its environmental management system across the precast concrete business. The certification demonstrates responsible care to stakeholders and the local community and ensures regulatory compliance while reducing energy, materials and waste.
The company’s Sustainability Policy is continually reviewed and updated to improve practices and processes. The sustainability objectives contained in the policy are underpinned by our interdependent policies for Health and Safety, Quality, Environment, Ethics, Community and Responsible Sourcing. Read more >
In addition to our own Sustainability Policy we are also members of the British Precast Sustainability Charter which sets targets for the precast concrete industry including reducing environmental impact.
There continues to be much confusion and inaccuracy within the construction industry over the carbon footprint of materials, especially concrete. As members of the British Precast Drainage Association (BPDA – formerly CPSA), Stanton Bonna proudly participated in the industry leading CPSA/Carbon Clear Study into the carbon footprint of concrete and plastic pipelines. Click here for a summary of the study.
This exacting study was conducted to widely recognised international standards and proved that the cradle-to-site greenhouse gas emissions of concrete pipes are generally better than plastic with up to 35% lower CO2e for DN 2100 pipes. It also showed DN 1200 circular precast manhole systems have a 30 to 43% lower carbon footprint compared to DN 1200 traditional manholes, 1250 x 1250mm box based manholes and DN 1050 plastic manholes.
The three full reports from the independent study are available on the CPSA website. Click here to download them free.
Stanton Bonna takes pride in the environment we work in and so we adhere to a clear set of company policies covering our activities including:
Our customers are involved in all aspects of the construction market particularly the water, highways, rail, housing, telecom and power sectors.
As a leading UK materials producer we meet the diverse needs of our customers by manufacturing a wide range of precast concrete products including:
- Innovative Manhole Systems.
- Stormwater Management.
- Flexible Headwalls.
- Side Entry Manholes.
- Flow Control Systems.
- Vibration Mitigation Sleeper Systems.
- Power Station Cooling Pipework.
- Bespoke Offsite Solutions.
In addition to having our own professional team who provide innovative solutions, we have the added advantage of access to a selection of unique products from our overseas partners, in the Consolis group, including:
This extension to our portfolio provides you with the security of knowing they are already market tested products and so, consequently, competitively priced. Read more about Consolis >
Working together with a network of specialist heavyside merchants or direct with design engineers and contractors, our professional, helpful and friendly staff meet the daily challenges of supplying the right product, to the right standard and to the right location reliably and promptly.
Whether supplying a small local project or a fast moving multi-million pound project with complex delivery arrangements or working to challenging design and manufacturing demands, Stanton Bonna have the experience to meet the needs of all our customers.
Stanton Bonna prides itself in being selected for some high profile projects over the years including:
SBC Rail Ltd are currently supplying innovative vibration mitigation track solutions to Crossrail.
The sleepers are primarily designed to attenuate noise and vibration whilst generating savings on both the track construction costs and programme.
The HAS is the result of a 10 year investment programme between Sateba and Alstom to develop a cost effective alternative to traditional floating slab track.
Watch the Crossraill video to see the installation method being used for sleepers and track – Crossrail Railway Systems: First permanent tracks laid in the Crossrail tunnels.
Almost 7 kilometres of precast concrete circular pipes and manholes were supplied to provide a strong and durable main drainage system under the Olympic Park, Olympic Village and Wetlands Area. Drainage from the Park concourse feeds into ponds to support natural flood plains and a wetland area which provides a habitat for wildlife.
250 metres of 1200mm diameter jacking pipes were installed for the sewer diversion through the Olympic Village. A further, 1800 metres of 1200mm diameter jacking pipes were supplied to Barhale Construction for the primary sewer under the Main Stadium. This No Dig solution ensured minimal disruption to other contractors working on the London 2012 construction site and helped to ensure tight deadlines were met.
Over 500 metres of various cable troughs with covers were supplied for the safe channelling of cables around Stratford and the Olympic Park. Installed by McNicholas Construction as part of the Network Utilities contract, some cable troughs included a specially designed locking system to secure the covers and prevent vandalism.
6000 twin block sleepers were supplied to Skanska Grant Rail JV for the Docklands Light Rail (DLR) Stratford extension. These popular sleepers are lightweight and easy to install and have been adopted for many light rail projects including Nottingham Express Transit and Manchester Metrolink.
John Armitt, Chairman of the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) highlighted sustainability, safety, employment, training and equality as the five themes of legacy for the London 2012 Games.
Contractors were primarily sourced on the five legacy themes along with integrity and price, and Stanton Bonna ticked all the boxes.
High Speed 1 (CTRL)
Almost 260,000 twin block sleepers were supplied by Stanton Bonna and installed on Section 1 (Contract 570) of CTRL, the 46 miles (74 km) between the Fawkham Junction and the Channel Tunnel complex in Kent. A further 8,000 monoblock sleepers were also supplied mainly for connections to Network SouthEast. Both types of sleepers have Vossloh fastenings.
Stanton Bonna completed production of the twin block sleepers within 13 months to meet the tight project schedule and delivered an average of fifteen 24 tonne loads each day to site working closely with CTRL project manager Rail Link Engineering.
CTRL also commissioned the first UK use of Stanton Bonna’s Perforated Drainage Troughs. An innovative trackside drainage channel system, which was extensively employed to more effectively collect storm water and reduce maintenance costs on the line.
Over 21km of covered Perforated Drainage Troughs were supplied in various sizes. The main benefit of the drainage channel system is, in the event of siltation, the covers can be lifted and the channels cleaned with rods or pressure jetted. The channels can also be used for track bed sealing applications in environmentally sensitive areas.
Other Stanton Bonna products used on this project included: more than 33km of concrete Cable Troughs; Ballast Guards to contain turnout motors alongside the track and points heating cabinets; quick assembly modular Access Stairs ensuring safe, easy access via rail side embankments; Cable Draw Chambers for under track crossing; Concrete Pipes and Manholes for drainage, and GRP liners to re-line existing brick culverts under the high speed track and an adjacent track.