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The UK’s biggest clients will present their pipelines and methods of collaboration, with 50 government, private sector and supply chain speakers already confirmed for the Construction News Summit 2015.
Chief executives from Carillion and Mace are among a group of business leaders that have urged the government to call an early parliamentary vote to expand Heathrow.
HS2 has begun the recruitment process for members of its design panel.
Smart motorway deals worth around £1.5bn have been awarded to some of the UK’s biggest contractors, with a Balfour Beatty/Vinci JV set to scoop the biggest of the packages.
The government’s decision to “pause” electrification on two major UK rail lines was made after Network Rail had provided “unreliable” and “not accurate” figures on the cost of its enhancement programme, according to transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans for one of the UK’s biggest regeneration programmes, including 4,000 new homes and a new High Speed 2 station.
Innovative bridge design and construction methods are helping to unlock Yorkshire’s economy.
Robert Meakin explains the evolving funding structure that will deliver roads up to 2020 and beyond.
Roads continue to be the dominant form of transport infrastructure in the UK, and while some say that this is the new age of the railway, the same could be said for the road network.
Conwy Tunnel has received a number of innovative lighting solutions to improve efficiency and driver safety.