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A Crossrail engineer killed while working on the £15bn project had entered an “exclusion zone” where concrete was still setting shortly before he was crushed to death.
Network Rail’s consulting arm has won a lucrative contract with the Saudi Arabian government as part of a British consortium.
A Slovakian engineer who was killed working on Crossrail may have been vulnerable because of his limited English and fellow workers’ impatience, a coroner heard today.
Plans by Thames Water to build a major sewer in London could face delay if the safeguarding on a Crossrail 2 route is not removed by the government.
Balfour Beatty has been awarded the contract to create new production, testing and office facility on behalf of Bombardier in Derby.
Land Securities has agreed to purchase a £16.5m site at the western entrance of Liverpool Street’s new Crossrail station.
Just before Christmas the government announced a £15bn programme to triple road investment by the end of the decade.
Connections, digital montioring, asphalt, energy management and ducting: the varied business innovations of the year.
The most recent Budget seemed to confirm the government’s committment to spending more on roads. With major changes to the Highways Agency on the horizon, what skills will be needed to complete the pipeline of work on offer?
Circular economic thinking says that materials should be designed for re-manufacture - and taking this approach to roads could help reduce embodied carbon and increase performance.