“China State have mobilized, they have set up offices on and adjacent to the site for supervisors and their senior management team. The site has been made more secure and efficient with China State building a new perimeter fence and creating covered fabrication areas as the rainy season started here in May. China State will be using a large luffing tower crane which has been delivered to site and will be erected in early July. Work on the project has progressed, the columns, core walls and retaining walls have been completed up to Level 1. Currently the falsework and formwork to Level 1 slab is in progress and the target is to commence pouring the Level 1 slab before the end of June. China State is increasing the number of workers on site to over 100 by next month.“ – Stephen Bush
June 19, 2019
Stephen Bush is our Project Manager with more than 30 years of experience and a proven track record of success in delivering multi-million-dollar projects. His academic background includes a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Civil and Structural Engineering from Bradford University in England and early in his career, he served as Lieutenant in the Corps of Royal Engineers for 3 years and attended Royal Military Academy Sandhurst as well as the Royal School of Military Engineering.
On completion of his commission he entered the Construction Industry working for major construction companies in England projects included the Channel tunnel and the second tallest building in England on Canary Wharf in London. He moved overseas in 1993 during his time overseas he has held senior operational and project management roles in Vietnam, Malaysia, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Trinidad, Mauritius, Myanmar and now we are pleased to have him with us in Sri Lanka.