Lifesaving Defibrillators now available across all Fortis Sites

We are pleased to announce that Fortis and the Raymond Brown Group has installed defibrillators across all sites, including IBA processing facilities, quarries and the head office in Chandler’s Ford. An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a lifesaving device that can help someone experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest by delivering an electric shock. The new […]

Fortis IBA Ltd KTP Partnership with Portsmouth University

As part of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Portsmouth University, we are pleased to welcome Harry Frost to the business as a KTP Associate.  Harry is working with both Fortis IBA and Portsmouth University on a three-year research and development project.  Harry will be leading and managing the development of sustainable products using IBA […]

Fortis sites take part in another successful ‘Stop for Safety’ Event

All Fortis sites took part in a group-wide ‘Stop for Safety’ event on Tuesday 3rd January 2023. The site management and site teams are well versed in Stop for Safety and the event sees all plant operations temporarily stopping to allow safe access for our staff to walk around in teams to spot hazards, safety […]

Core Value Awards 2022

Passion, Responsibility and Engagement are our three core values and should form the foundations of how we perform and conduct ourselves across the business at all times: Passion – Having enthusiasm for our business and everything we do; Responsibility – Our success is only achieved by protecting our people and the environment; Engagement – Seeking […]

Fortis IBA welcomes new General Manager to Ridham Dock IBA Processing Facility

We are delighted to welcome Tim Palmer, General Manager of the Ridham Dock IBA Processing Facility to Fortis IBA Ltd. Tim’s experience in operations management spans a variety of organisations throughout the UK and Japan where he has worked across a number of industries including manufacture of high-volume engineering steels, the complex and bespoke manufacture […]

Fortis IBA Ltd have reached a significant operational and commercial milestone, having recovered and recycled 2.5 million tonnes of IBA

Fortis IBA Ltd have reached a significant operational and commercial milestone, having recovered and recycled 2.5 million tonnes of IBA. Since 2008, Fortis’ evolution and expertise has enabled the ongoing and increasing diversion of household waste from landfill.  Fortis has also accelerated the development of sustainable construction materials, creating low carbon alternatives for the construction […]

Fortis host Brett Aggregates CPD Event at A303 IBA Processing Facility

Fortis IBA Ltd were delighted to have hosted Brett Aggregates for a CPD Event last week at our A303 IBA Processing Facility, the event comprised of an informative presentation and site tour by the Fortis Hydrogeological Team and Site Team. Brett Aggregates are the South East Distribution partners for Fortistone IBA Aggregate. Fortis offer CPD […]

Fortis receive their 13th consecutive RoSPA Gold Awards (President’s Award)

Fortis have received their President’s RoSPA Award (13th consecutive Gold Awards) for working hard to ensure staff, subcontractors and suppliers get home safely to their families at the end of every working day. Organisations receiving a RoSPA Award are recognised as being world-leaders in health and safety practice. Every year, nearly 2,000 entrants strive to […]

RAYMOND BROWN GROUP STOP FOR SAFETY EVENT

All Fortis and Raymond Brown Group sites took part in a “Stop for Safety” event for two hours on Monday 4th October. The event was an opportunity to get all our employees thinking and talking to each other about the hazards and risks we face daily, control measures we have in place and any improvements […]

ARDLEY IBA PROCESSING FACILITY’S NEW MB90.3 S4 CRUSHER BUCKET

The bucket crushes oversize material (65mm+) extracted from the IBA process and reduces the material to <40mm. The crushed material is then reintroduced back in to the IBA processing plant where further metals are liberated and recovered for recycling.