Osborne goes pink

Highways Reporters

Osborne, one of the UK’s leading construction companies, has undergone a rebrand.

The new, bold identity has been designed to set Osborne apart in the market.

Chief executive David Fison said: “This is an exciting time for Osborne. We are rolling out a new vibrant look across the company as we want to be noticed for being different in the market. As we grow and continue to improve our business we want our customers - both existing and prospective - to be aware of what we offer and what sets us apart.  We aim to be personal in the way we do business and we combine this with both certainty of delivery and the flexibility to address challenges. We have an inbuilt DNA to care for our customers and we want more customers to be aware of this as historically we have been rather quiet about it.”

In the highways sector, the company is currently working on the M25 for Connect Plus and the Highways Agency.

Osborne employs 900 people to work across its sectors which include housing, offices, the railways, hospitals, student accommodation, roads, airports, civic building, public realm, schools, colleges and universities.

The new branding will be rolled out over the summer.

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