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Morgan Sindall Infrastructure anncounced the latest development in its commitment to community support as it joins Cumbria’s Energy Coast University Technical College’s (UTC) Trust Board as a Member organisation.
For contractors to safely and successfully roll out ultra-fast and reliable broadband, up to date intelligence of the UK’s roads and paths is crucial, says Gaist.
Housing delivery will fail to meet the needs of the places it hopes to support without integrated infrastructure, says the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
Chancellor Sajid Javid has unveiled more than £600m of new infrastructure spending, as he commits to an ‘infrastructure revolution’ over the next 12 months.
As part of Sustrans Scotland and Transport Scotland’s programme, Places for Everyone, £60m will be invested in active travel infrastructure across Scotland.
Ron Fraser, executive director of Construction Scotland, discusses why the construction industry must reform the way they procure infrastructure.
Work has started on buildings that will be home to two US Air Force F-35 squadrons at RAF Lakenheath, DIO awarded a contract worth £160m to Kier.
Highways England has partnered with the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) to help revolutionise road infrastructure in the UK.
The Scottish Government has announced that up to £51m of funding is up for grabs to improve walking and cycling infrastructure in 2019.
The government is to invest £142m on widening bridges, building roads and connecting utilities to boost the construction of up to 8,500 properties across the UK.
Emma Arnold, technical director at WYG, discusses how the Environmental Social Governance can and will bring real tangible benefits to infrastructure projects both financially and reputationally.
Transport for London (TfL) has secured a deal with Aviva Investors to build a mixed-use scheme, above Crossrail infrastructure and opposite the new Liverpool Street Elizabeth line station.
Esh Civils is reaping the rewards of its appointment to the YORcivils2 framework, a procurement route for 22 local authorities across the Yorkshire and Humber region.
More focus should be placed on the benefits of major infrastructure projects and less on cost, a report by the Institution of Civil Engineers has said.