Repute 2 was developed with the generous support of Corus, Atkins, and Stent Foundations.
Main Sponsor: Corus
Corus is Europe's second largest steel producer with annual revenues of more than £12 billion and crude steel production of about 20 million tonnes. With main steelmaking operations primarily in the UK and the Netherlands, Corus supplies steel and related services to the construction, automotive, packaging, mechanical engineering and other markets worldwide.
Corus is a subsidiary of Tata Steel, one of the world’s top ten steel producers. Following the acquisition of Corus in 2007, the combined enterprise has an aggregate crude steel capacity of more than 28 million tonnes and approximately 82,700 employees across four continents.
Corus supports construction activities in UK and overseas through its network of experienced Advisory Engineers who provide advice to specifiers and users of steel products to ensure that they are used to maximum effect.
Technical Sponsor: Atkins
Atkins is one of the world's leading engineering and design consultancies, with the depth and breadth of technical expertise to respond to the complex challenges of the world's major infrastructure projects and carbon critical design. Whether it’s the concept for a new skyscraper, the upgrade of a rail network, the modelling of a flood defence system or the improvement of a management process, they plan, design and enable solutions.
They are a leading supplier of geotechnical consultancy services, with over 300 geotechnical engineers and geologists specialising in geotechnics on challenging and diverse engineering and environmental projects worldwide.
Technical Sponsor: Stent Foundations
Stent Foundations were a leading ground engineering group. Their roots lay in the Stent Precast Concrete Company established over 70 years ago in 1936.
Over time, they’ve strengthened and broadened their portfolio of services through acquisition and investment. In 2007, this culminated in the creation of the Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering group, reflecting their ambition to be the leading player in the ground engineering arena.
Stent has now been absorbed into Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering.