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Transport secretary Grant Shapps has pledged to invest a further £1.7bn into the UK’s roads, railways and motorways to ‘level-up’ infrastructure.
PBC Today’s latest reader survey took on the thorny issue of HS2 – and the results made for some fascinating reading.
Bentley Systems has opened its ProjectWise 365 cloud service and waived subscription fees until 30 September to virtually connect infrastructure project participants who are working from home.
A new poll, published by YouGov, has revealed that the majority of those in Britain think the Government is not doing enough to invest in the UK’s trading infrastructure.
As digital twins advance beyond BIM and GIS, what do you need to know? Bentley’s founder, Keith Bentley offers sage advice to help you make an impact.
A new consortium led by Cognizant, together with Amey Consulting and Arup, aims to reduce service affecting failures on railways as part of a Network Rail programme to deliver asset management improvements.
Yesterday (27 February), the Court of Appeal ruled that the expansion of Heathrow Airport had failed to take climate obligations into account and was, therefore ‘unlawful’ - as the industry responds.
HS2 has been given the green light. But, is it on the right track or a white elephant in the making? Take PBC Today’s latest survey to have your say.
Transport infrastructure continues to dominate infrastructure sector construction with around 57% of total output for 2019.
A new report commissioned by City Hall revealed women, people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, disabled and LGBTQ+ Londoners are significantly underrepresented in the industry.
Infrastructure contract awards decreased by 10.3% in 2019, as the sector experiences its second consecutive year of decline.
BAM Nuttall, VINCI Construction UK, and VolkerFitzpatrick have been shortlisted to tender the infrastructure projects to support the Meridian Water scheme.
The international trade secretary, Liz Truss, announced that UK Export Finance (UKEF) has provided financing worth £620m to support UK infrastructure exports to Ghana, Zambia, Gabon and Uganda.
The £9.1m Great Ancoats Street scheme will improve the area for pedestrians, providing a more natural and attractive link between the Manchester City centre, the Ancoats and New Islington neighbourhoods.