Brilliant Balconies Part of the major revamp of the Abbey area in Camden, involved the redevelopment of a number of blocks of flats. These flats were to have decorative balconies, so, taking inspiration from nature and the history of the area, the Architect involved has created a bespoke perforation pattern designed to replicate leaves giving […]
Bion would like to wish a very Happy 50th Birthday to their Maintenance Man Karl.
At the weekend the intrepid crew from Bion – see below Abseiled down Guildford Cathedral in aid of research into Parkinson’s. As well as the money that Bion have got in sponsorship (still being counted) Tata Slitting centre at Wednesfield also raised £200 which they have donated towards this venture -so a massive thank you […]
Leighton Park School were delighted to host the second ‘Big Bang Interactive’ yesterday, Tuesday 13th March, following the success of last year’s inaugural event. As a key member of the Leighton Park STEM hub Bion were proud to again be active in bringing STEM to a wider primary age audience. In collaboration with EEF Bion […]
In May this year some of the employees at Bion are taking part in a charity abseil to raise funds for Parkinsons. We would like to thank Tata Steel for their support in terms of raising money pre this event for this charity event. Well done Tata – to see how they are supporting Bion […]
R Bion & Co, a Reading-based manufacturer of perforated metal and plastic products, has won regional recognition at this year’s prestigious EEF Future Manufacturing Awards. R Bion & Co, which employs 30 staff won the Partnerships Award. This award is given to the company that has made the biggest strides in promoting engineering and manufacturing […]
28 years in the company is an impressive track record and is part of our culture at Bion. The average length of service is 12 years. Of course, we do have a problem recruiting younger people to our team. In recognition of the problems facing our sector in terms of skills gaps, we have for […]
This year’s Tomorrow’s Engineers Week shines a light on engineers on a mission to make the world a better place… For more information, click here.
2018 will be the Year of Engineering, a year-long government campaign to support the engineering profession in recruiting the next generation of engineers. It seeks to help tackle the engineer shortage, increase parent knowledge and improve diversity within engineering.
Hi Jane This is just a brief letter to say ‘thank you’ for offering or considering offering work experience during this last academic year. Work experience really helps young people to develop those skills necessary for life in general and improves their work readiness for the future. However, we do recognise the time and effort […]