Construction has begun on an £8M project to increase the resilience of the sea wall in Dawlish, Devon.
Keller is looking for a new chief executive after Justin Atkinson announced plans to retire.
The Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) last month issued a guidance document to highlight how piling rigs can become unstable during continuous flight auger (CFA) piling.
The discovery of a World War Two bomb has halted construction on the foundations of yachstman Ben Ainslie’s America’s Cup headquarters in Portsmouth.
Outstanding issues in the client-contractor dispute on the Panama Canal expansion project will be settled through international arbitration at the Court of Miami, USA.
Keller’s half-year results have been overshadowed by a £30M exceptional charge for a disputed contract.
Delhi’s ambitious metro construction programme continues at an incredible pace, with the latest section celebrating an unusual breakthrough, as Margo Cole reports.
Tunnels have been at the heart of economic growth for over 150 years, and their long-term benefits should be taken into account when planning major infrastructure projects, argues Richard Coakley.
The geotechnical sector is in good health, with some exciting challenges ahead, as Atkins ground engineering operations director tells Margo Cole.
Transforming London’s Olympic stadium has called for some major ground engineering work. Claire Smith reports.
Consultants are competing to fill roles amid a growing shortage of geotechnical engineers, finds Jon Masters.
Installation of an extensive network of debris flow barriers is under way at the Rest and Be Thankful pass in Argyll & Bute.
I read with interest recently a couple of articles about the challenges facing the construction sector as it bounces back to sustained growth. Bumper orders books sound great, these articles proclaim, but at the same time they warn about material and plant shortages.
With Mark Carney and the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee dropping more than a few hints of a sooner rather than later rise in interests rates I wonder how many speciaist construction firms are prepared for its impact?
Infrastructure in 2014
Geotechnical failures present big risks to people, infrastructure and budgets, so managing assets to mitigate against the need for emergency action should be the preferred option, but it is one few clients are opting for.
Geotechnical Picture Gallery
Crossrail tunnel boring machine (TBM) Ellie has started the 900m journey from Limmo Peninsula, near Canning Town, towards Victoria Dock Portal in east London.