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Construction industry will need ‘216,800 new workers by 2025’

Construction industry will need ‘216,800 new workers by 2025’

The CITB Construction Skills Network (CSN) 2021-25 report predicts a growing contribution to come from repair, maintenance and improvement work, as retrofitting existing buildings to meet net-zero emissions targets becomes more important. According to the CSN, most English

HS2  starts  tunnelling  in  northwest  London

HS2 starts tunnelling in northwest London

  Starting today and operating 24 hours a day, it will take around three years for the tunnel boring machine (TBM), called Florence, to dig the 10-mile long tunnel under the Chiltern hills. At 170 metres in length, the 2,000 tonne TBM is also the largest ever used on a UK rail

Cost of McAlpine’s Big Ben refurb jumps by another £9m

Cost of McAlpine’s Big Ben refurb jumps by another £9m

Sir Robert McAlpine’s renovation of the Elizabeth Tower will face a further cost increase of up to £9m, due to disruptions linked to the coronavirus pandemic. The Big Ben tower project will now cost close to £89m, after work on the site stopped for four months from late March

Skanska bags £135m revamp of Canary Wharf’s first office

Skanska bags £135m revamp of Canary Wharf’s first office

Skanska has won the contract to deliver the main structural revamp of Canary Wharf’s first major office at 30 South Colonnade in London Docklands.The major office deal is its second to be signed off this week after confirming an £83m contract with Royal London Asset Management to build

Major milestone reached on world’s longest immersed tunnel

Major milestone reached on world’s longest immersed tunnel

Ground investigation work for the €7.1bn (£6bn) Fehmarnbelt Tunnel between Denmark and Germany has been completed, according to contractor Fugro. The 18km immersed tube tunnel, which will be the longest in the world when complete, will link the two countries by road and rail

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Construction industry will need ‘216,800 new workers by 2025’

Construction industry will need ‘216,800 new workers by 2025’

The CITB Construction Skills Network (CSN) 2021-25 report predicts a growing contribution to come from repair, maintenance and improvement work, as retrofitting existing buildings to meet net-zero emissions targets becomes more important. According to the CSN, most English

Ofwat - £2.8bn green recovery investment plans for water sector

Ofwat - £2.8bn green recovery investment plans for water sector

Ofwat, in collaboration with Defra, the Environment Agency, the Drinking Water Inspectorate, and CCW, wrote to water companies last year asking them to bring forward new proposals and accelerating existing ones to deliver an innovative and more resilient future for customers, society and the

NMCN’S AFFINITY WATER PARTNERSHIP EXTENDED WITH AMP7 AWARD

NMCN’S AFFINITY WATER PARTNERSHIP EXTENDED WITH AMP7 AWARD

nmcn is one of four companies awarded a framework agreement by Affinity Water worth circa £100 million in total. The four contracts make up a significant part of the multi-million AMP7 Capital Investment Programme and will cover all regions served by Affinity Water.Under this framework, which

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