DIO is incredibly proud to hand over the new £34m submarine escape, rescue, abandonment and survival (SMERAS) training building to the Royal Navy. The SMERAS is a facility which will allow the Navy the capability to carry out essential on …
The MOD’s sustainability strategy aims to reduce defence’s contribution to carbon and greenhouse emissions on the defence estate.
We recently completed work on the new state-of-the-art physical training centre for Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) in Dartmouth, Devon.
In July 2019 we held a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of construction at RAF Lakenheath and the next phase of the hugely important F-35 programme. With any major construction project there are always challenges to identify and overcome …
You may have seen the recent Guardian article about Friends of Earth calling for more trees to be planted to help reduce the impact of climate change.
Our construction team has been delivering a range of buildings for the DIO at Worthy Down in Hampshire, developing the new tri-service training facility at the Defence College of Logistics, Policing and Administration.
DIO Training Safety staff are now operating drones on Salisbury Plain to monitor and record illegal behaviour and protect the public.
One of the biggest projects underway across the Ministry of Defence at present is the redevelopment of the Northern Ammunition Jetty in Glen Mallan to support the Royal Navy’s surface fleet in loading and unloading ammunition.
Nominations for the MOD Sanctuary Awards close on 31 July and we’re still looking for entries for some of our new award categories.
Greetings from Europe! Many of you won’t have heard of the DIO European Support Group (ESG), headquartered in Mons, Belgium.
Partnership shone through when a project to replace two lookout huts on Dartmoor Training Area in Devon was faced with the challenge of physically transporting the huts to their final destination at the top of two granite tors.