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Key players in the UK construction market – Costain, Laing O’Rourke, Vinci, Bachy, Ferrovial, Bam Nuttall, Morgan Sindall and Balfour Beatty – have been named as the preferred bidders to build the mega sewer tunnel under the River Thames, it has been revealed.
Key players in the UK construction market - Costain, Laing O’Rourke, Vinci, Bachy, Ferrovial, Bam Nuttall, Morgan Sindall and Balfour Beatty - were this week named as preferred bidders for Thames Tideway Tunnel’s £2.3bn civils contracts.
Clients in the East of England are echoing calls for collaboration and innovation in the supply chain. Alexandra Wynne reports on the second of NCE’s series of regional workload spotlights.
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- North East regional report: Spending power
- Panama Canal ruling favours contractor in materials and delays dispute
- Future Technology: What to look out for in 2015
- Engineering Equality: Looking back at the year of gender equality
- Energy department announces £2.5M carbon storage fund
The efficiency programme at Network Rail is beginning to yield results but the work is also highlighting what is left to be done.
With political conviction for High Speed 2 (HS2) faltering behind the scenes at Westminster there is a rise in favour of resurrecting plans for a third runway at Heathrow airport.
Tunnels under the Atlantic, High Speed 5 and Apple in charge of the world – all of which are possibilities for the next 40 years as far as civil engineers are concerned.
- The yawning gap that lies between form and function
- Why don't more British contractors work abroad?
- Hinkley row exposes flaws in planning reform
- A high speed world needs political consensus
- Regional growth in danger of entering economic doldrums
- Government infrastructure commitment looks uncertain
- High Speed Two needs to signal its true intentions