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Amey has been awarded a contract to manage two major river crossings in the East of Scotland.
Laing O’Rourke chairman Ray O’Rourke has told Construction News that exploiting new technologies will improve productivity and make the industry more attractive to “bright young people”.
A new report published by PwC has estimated the cost of the Crossrail 2 project at £27.5bn, around £6.6bn higher than estimated in 2012.
Arcadis has been appointed to a $26m (£16.6m), five-year contract to flood-proof New York’s transport system.
HS2 chairman Sir David Higgins has argued that HS2 is vital to east-west connectivity and is a key part of northern transport.
High Speed 2 will need an average of nearly 5,000 construction workers per month during phase one and two of construction, according to data shared with Construction News.
The £600m transformation of the station includes one of the most complex demolition operations imaginable – featuring BIM, unique equipment, remote controlled machines, and much more.
A landmark judgment handed down on 4 November, concerning three construction cases, will majorly impact how employers are required to calculate holiday pay.
Roads output is growing strongly once again having crashed during the downturn and recruitment and salaries are increasing to keep pace with demand
When Laing O’Rourke was appointed to build Heathrow Terminal 2’s new car park, a design revision called for modular construction. A challenging design prompted Bison Manufacturing to produce the thinnest precast concrete plank yet made in the UK.