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Othala

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The British Construction Company Ltd.
« on: May 17, 2009, 04:59:30 PM »
The British Construction Company Ltd.

Headquarters:
London, England
CEO: Francis Pinkerton
CFO: Harold Duffield



OOC: the first part of this thread will focus on what has been and will move to what is and what is planned.  While some of this will seem repetitive, I apologize as I should have initiated this thread long ago. What follows will be IC unless otherwise noted - I ask for your patience as I develop this thread over the next little while.
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Othala

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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2009, 05:00:32 PM »

November 4th 2008


The British Construction Company Ltd has completed its plans to upgrade the passenger and military rail networks.  The main aim of the project is to replace worn tracks, upgrade signal switches and twin (where geographically possible) the network to increase both efficiency, timing, and environmentalism.  On that front all tracks that are not yet electric will be converted to electric rail; yet still allowing for the capacity to be operated with diesel locomotives allowing for the network to be kept open throughout the renovation / transformation.

The company is also looking at doing upgrades to the national turnpike system with regards to traffic flow and safety.  The initial review which is being worked on for the Royal Ministry of the Interior, will be completed in 30 days.

It is projected that the worn track replacement and signal switch upgrade phase of the project will be completed within 45 - 60 days, with the rest of the project to be completed in the following two years.
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« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2009, 05:05:39 PM »

November 9th 2008


The British Construction Company Ltd has won a full contract for:
1. The Construction of a new rail network throughout Assyria.
2. Upgrades to existing rail networks.
3. Mass transit systems for all major cities and the countryside.
And has dispatched a group of engineers and CEO Francis Pinkerton to the Socialist Republic of Assyria.

A trade and unionist delegation of government employees and business leaders including Harold Duffield, CFO British Construction Company Ltd and the Royal Minister of International Affairs and Communications Madam Jaclyn  Stuart have arrived in Dublin to begin trade talks and negotiations for joining the United Kingdom of the Northern Atlantic.

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Othala

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« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2009, 05:52:48 PM »

November 24th 2008


The British Construction Company Ltd has established offices within Royal Commercial Services branches newly located on the Iberian Penninsula centred in Lisbon, Porto and Santander.  An office has also been established in Dublin thru the Royal Commercial Service.  With regards to the recent integration talks between the provisional government of Ireland and the UKNA one of the main requests of the Irish was for the British Construction Company to design and install upgraded rail systems throughout the Isles.  This request has been fully accepted by CFO Harold Duffield BCC Ltd and the company has begun an analysis of the existing system.
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Othala

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« Reply #4 on: May 17, 2009, 05:59:02 PM »

December 1st 2008


CEO Francis Pinkerton and the three BCC Ltd engineers that had accompanied him down to the Socialist Republic of Assyria prior to the outbreak of the notorious Reaper Virus have finally been released and flown via UKNA Diplomatic service to the Isle of Man in the Irish Sea and placed under further quarantine for an undisclosed amount of time.
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Othala

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« Reply #5 on: May 17, 2009, 06:34:39 PM »

December 19th 2008


CEO Francis Pinkerton recently released from extended quarantine in the Irish Sea has met with his board and they raised a fundamentally brilliant idea.  As such the BCC has forwarded an official inquiry to the nations contributing to the AFRISAT Project to be allowed to join the effort and contribute any aid that we may.

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Othala

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« Reply #6 on: May 17, 2009, 06:35:17 PM »

December 21st 2008


CEO Francis Pinkerton has announced that the British Construction Company has been admitted into the AFRISAT program.

Progress has been made regarding the review of the nations turnpike system and interestingly enough, as far as road safety and traffic flow is concerned, the system is already operated at sufficient capacity, this report has been forwarded to the Royal Ministry of the Interior.

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« Reply #7 on: May 17, 2009, 06:41:04 PM »

January 9th 2009


The Royal Ministries of Defense, Commerce and Transportation (along with the British Construction Company Ltd) have been working in conjunction for the past 3  weeks and it has been agreed that for the safety of all naval and aircraft traffic it would be most advantageous to establish territorial command of the Azores.

The British Construction Company has begun moving heavy equipment and personnel to establish a permanent base on each island among the Azores with the task of establishing four various sized Air Control & Maritime Monitoring Stations.  Largest among these will be a new Naval Search & Rescue port from which the UKNA will base the 4th and 13th SAR Helicopter Squadrons and 3rd fleet operations from the UKNA Navy.

The worn track replacement and signal switch upgrade project has been completed and the remaining efforts for track availability and enhancement will be undertaken over the next 2 years (ooc: game time may differ).

High King James has announced that the government will be taking loans to build large and effective universities in United Iberia, inclusive to this list are Braga, Lisbon, Santander, San Sebastian and Leon; this is not an exclusive list and more Iberian cities are expected to be add as stability returns to the region.  The British Construction Company Ltd has been afforded the rights to construct these educational facilities with the understanding they are to have services commensurate with the level Oxford allows.

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« Reply #8 on: May 17, 2009, 06:48:44 PM »

February 9th 2009


The British Construction Company Ltd has announced that it has concluded its surveys and economic studies regarding public mass transit in the UKNA Iberian territories.  We have decided to abandon the horribly disrepute rail networks that have been around for 200 years.

The BCC is beginning construction on MAGLEV Track and Stations in United Iberia. The goal is to link all major cities and points of significance (ie: ferry terminals, airports, universities), the main station in each major city will be in the economic downtown core.

Work has also begun on the Air Control & Maritime Monitoring Stations in the Azores.

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« Reply #9 on: May 17, 2009, 10:31:51 PM »

March 14th 2009


Azores Air Control & Maritime Monitoring Stations Construction and Dredging Progress Report:

Eastern Island: 55%
Central Island: 45%
Northern Island: 40%
Southern Island:  35%

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« Reply #10 on: May 17, 2009, 10:32:13 PM »

April 9th 2009


Azores Air Control & Maritime Monitoring Stations Construction and Dredging Progress Report:

Eastern Island: 65%
Central Island: 55%
Northern Island: 56%
Southern Island: 47%

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« Reply #11 on: May 17, 2009, 10:32:27 PM »

May 17th 2009


Azores Air Control & Maritime Monitoring Stations Construction and Dredging Progress Report:

Eastern Island: 90%
Central Island: 95%
Northern Island: 95%
Southern Island: 95%

The Latin Union has been approached over the past week and with positive signs from that government, new routing information for the United Iberia MAGLEV system is expected to aid in the progression of the designs and future of the network.
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« Reply #12 on: June 10, 2009, 05:14:21 PM »

June 10th 2009


Azores Air Control & Maritime Monitoring Stations Construction and Dredging Progress Report:

Eastern Island:  100%
Central Island:   100%
Northern Island: 100%
Southern Island: 100%
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Othala

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« Reply #13 on: June 12, 2009, 10:33:21 AM »

June 12th 2009


With the completion of all port and air facilities in the Azores this week, BCC Ltd engineers will begin to fly-out from the islands destined for London under standard relief time.  The work crews are being redeployed to Gibraltar and Beni-Saf for resupply and aiding the UKNA ISF forces in the region with construction of basic port facilities and a makeshift runway.  New engineers are being flown in from London while the project manager for the operation is already in place.
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« Reply #14 on: September 18, 2009, 06:15:03 PM »

September 18th 2009


The cold weather engineers and scientists have reported that the basic research facilities have been completed and operations were due to start however the illegal arrival of the new RoM marines has been hampering the efforts of the teams.
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« Reply #15 on: September 21, 2009, 06:19:51 PM »

September 21st 2009


Routing and logistics for the United Iberia MAGLEV system have been completed.  Many of the terminals within cities such as those for the economic centres, universities, sporting stadias and airport/seaports have been under construction for a long time now.  The track construction will be efforted from multiple locations at once extending within the cities first to make local networks operate prior to the longer city to city and region to region connections.
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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #16 on: September 25, 2009, 01:28:38 AM »

September 25th 2009


The British Construction Company Ltd is pleased to announce that two connection legs for the United Iberia Maglev System from Aragon (United Iberia) to Catalunya (Latin Union) & Madrid (United Iberia) to Valencia (Latin Union) are now under development.

We are happy that such an arrangement has been reached productively and hope that this may be the beginning of thawed relations between the Latin Union and the United Kingdom of the Northern Atlantic.

Notice of Construction Signed,
John Gerring
Royal Minister for Commerce

Francis Pinkerton
CEO, British Construction Company Ltd.


In other Company News:

The Marines from the Republic of Madagascar have left the southern Islands and the construction crews down there have begun equipping the research stations with UKNA RN standard berths for supply and fleet vessels.

Also, engineering crews from all fields of expertise have deployed to Greenland to begin massive construction of humanitarian aid camps and warehouses for the aid flowing from the UKNA.  The three major population centres of Kulusuk, Ittoqqortoormiit & Mestersvig are also being examined for a possible Maglev system given the extreme temperatures in the region - that may prove to be a more suitable choice than typical wide-guage tracks.  However unique engineering challenges are guaranteed to present themselves and ideas such as a tube track with controlled air-pressure and long tunnel sections are already being considered.

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Hutchster

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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #17 on: October 17, 2009, 08:39:10 AM »
Hutchland would like to offer the British Construction Company Ltd. a large job. Any interest?

Othala

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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #18 on: October 18, 2009, 07:21:03 PM »

October 18th 2009


We cannot justifiably state whether or not your anonymous job poses us any interest without any details good sir.
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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #19 on: October 19, 2009, 02:47:59 AM »
We wish for the company to build a Quality 2 port in Amsterdam.

OOC: I didn't know if they had an interest in building in other countries or not.