Laing O Rourke BSF Scheme

Laing O Rourke BSF Scheme

Customer: Laing O Rourke Location: Leeds

Bailey Streetscene were approached to tender for the first school in the Barnsley BSF programme for Laing O Rourke . Via competitive tender the scheme was won and successfully completed.

The results lead to negotiations being opened to try and standardise where possible across the balance of the projects. All relevant documentation was produced to allow RDD (reviewable design data), this included site base and foundation layout detail, product imaging, dimensions and material specification. Bailey Streetscene successfully satisfied all design & costing criteria over the next 12 months which intern was approved by the local authority and the individual schools. Via architect and client consultation Bailey Streetscene were asked to supply the further sites (8 in total).

As the schemes progressed Bailey Streetscene became more involved with the client, and from supply only on the first scheme, became a full subcontract provider via supply and install of cycle shelters & canopies, litter bins, bollards, seating & trim trail play equipment.

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Initial costing against budget
  • Initial design consultation via architect and contractor
  • Value engineering proposals
  • Bespoke design & product modification
  • Drawing submission
  • Foundation and general arrangement base layout details (CAD to be incorporated in to site plans)
  • Document & spec detail produced for RDD and CP submission
  • Final budget analysis
  • Project Management
  • Manufacture
  • Supply
  • Site liaison
  • Installation
  • O & M / RAMS documents produced


"Bailey Streetscene and their team provided us with an excellent product and one that the client was extremely satisfied with. Their help throughout the construction process and project delivery was unrivalled and really added value in all areas, from design and technical expertise to a flexible and accommodating delivery schedule that suited our specific needs. Site supervision and liaison was also second to none and made the process run as smooth as possibly could, with a strong focus on safety and the environment"