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Worcester bridge going ahead despite cost hike

Worcester bridge going ahead despite cost hike

Kepax Bridge will provide an additional crossing of the River Severn in Worcester for pedestrians and cyclists, between Gheluvelt Park to the east and the Kepax site in St John’s to the west.   Despite costs estimates spiralling from £8.9m three years ago to £16m today,

Giant HS2 TBM cutterhead to start second dig in Warwickshire

Giant HS2 TBM cutterhead to start second dig in Warwickshire

A night-time operation in Warwickshire has been undertaken to take HS2 Ltd Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) Dorothy back to Long Itchington Wood Tunnel north portal.   The 160 tonne cutterhead was moved upright on a 12 metre-long, 48-wheel Self Propelled Trailer (SPT) on its 2.5 mile

Mini Budget: IR35 to be reversed from April 2023

Mini Budget: IR35 to be reversed from April 2023

The government has decided to scrap recent reforms to the tax status of self-employed workers from April next year, in what it said is a move towards simplifying the tax regime.   Reforms to IR35, introduced in April 2021, require workers routinely working with the

Major upgrades set for Newcastle Central station

Major upgrades set for Newcastle Central station

With major upgrades due to get underway this weekend, Network Rail is urging passengers to check before they travel to, from or through Newcastle Central station.   Passengers can look forward to smoother, more reliable journeys through the city, as the scheme is set to help more trains run

BAM installs UK’s biggest 3D concrete printed structure

BAM installs UK’s biggest 3D concrete printed structure

The firm teamed up with Dutch concrete printing factory Weber Bemix to create the staircase elements on the Sighthill Bridge project across the M8 in Glasgow.   The seven flights of stairs to the pedestrian bridge is thought to be largest printed concrete construction in the UK to date.

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HS2 offers free training to help jobseekers get into Construction

HS2 offers free training to help jobseekers get into Construction

College leavers and West Midlands residents who want to start a career in construction have just one week left to sign up for HS2’s free job training programme.   The accredited construction training course, which takes just 6-8 weeks to complete, is open to residents aged 18 and over

New sea wall for Dawlish rail route reaches key milestone

New sea wall for Dawlish rail route reaches key milestone

The railway through Dawlish is now better protected as construction of the new, bigger sea wall has reached another major milestone.   The installation of all 164 wall panels, 203 pre-cast blocks and 189 recurve units which return waves back out to sea is now complete. This innovative design

Prime Minister approves £700m Sizewell C funding

Prime Minister approves £700m Sizewell C funding

The project, which is being developed by French energy company EDF, is expected to cost about £20bn overall and needs to attract major institutional funding to get shovels into the ground.   In a speech at Sizewell on Thursday, Johnson said he was ‘confident’ the plant

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