After announcing itself in the highway maintenance market last year, Skanska is looking for new recruits who want a challenge.
Protecting bridges from scour is one of a wide range of repairs and upgrades that London Underground is carrying out on its structures this year.
Cantilever formwork travellers have speeded up construction of two dramatic bridges on Europe’s new high speed road network.
Inventive site logistics and complex temporary works are vital for deep basement work in central London.
Water & Environment features
A sprayed cementitious repair is designed to give concrete water treatment tanks a 20-year lease of life.
Energy & Waste features
Electricity market reform, as detailed in the government’s Energy Bill, is expected to take hold by next summer, putting an end to uncertainty and delays to nuclear and renewable power new-build projects.
A Paris landmark is soon to be shrouded in a massive temporary structure at the start of a major restoration project. NCE reports.
UK government clients are frequently attacked for stifling innovation with conservative approaches to procurement. Can the Royal Academy of Engineering, with the help of the UK’s most recognisable and recognised engineer Sir John Armitt, change that?
Mouchel is a business reborn - freed of debt and winning major contracts. Mark Hansford talks to the man responsible for the transformation, chief executive Grant Rumbles.
As chief executive of global positioning technology giant Topcon Positioning Group, Ray O’Connor is a man who lives and breathes innovation. He tells Mark Hansford where he sees the global construction industry heading and offers insight on where the UK sits on the innovation scale.
Tool and product manufacturer Hilti has ridden out the global recession thanks in large part to a tireless commitment to innovation and finding added value. UK boss Gareth Lewis explains the benefit of giving customers what they want.
Once Strategic Rail Authority boss, more recently Etihad Rail boss, and now EC Harris senior advisor, Richard Bowker has heard all the arguments for and against spending on infrastructure. Two weeks ahead of the next spending review, Mark Hansford finds out where he sees the state of play.
Network Rail’s chief executive Sir David Higgins reveals the thinking behind its next five year, £37.5bn spending plan, which is currently being scrutinised by the Office of Rail Regulation. His key goal is to focus on neglected structures after years of under-investment. Mark Hansford reports.
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Major Project reports
By the summer of 2012, before the Olympic Games, London will have a new landmark. Stretching across the Thames will be the glass canopy of the new Blackfriars station, providing for the first time a national rail station that links the river’s north and south banks. NCE presents its comprehensive guide to the project.
NCE presents its major project report on Crossrail - a comprehensive guide to the project featuring interviews with Crossrail chief executive Rob Holden and Crossrail chairman Terry Morgan.