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Graham is seeking SMEs for Clyde Waterfront

Graham is seeking SMEs for Clyde Waterfront

It is advertising a range of services of interest to small businesses as part of the Clyde Waterfront & Renfrew Riverside project.   Graham secured the construction contract from Renfrewshire Council for Glasgow City Region City Deal-funded project, which is designed to create an

TfL searches for partner to create new office developments

TfL searches for partner to create new office developments

TfL is aiming to deliver sustainable commercial office developments to positively impact the local community through this new joint venture partnership.   The three over-station commercial office developments in the partnership are:   Bank Over-Station Development

New SaaS Software Solution for the Construction Sector

New SaaS Software Solution for the Construction Sector

Developed by the North East team, its ease of use and design will help companies potentially save millions of pounds by increasing productivity delivering projects on time on budget and to the highest quality.   CORE’s founder and director Paul Bass said: “The project

Self-employed site labour rates rise sharply again

Self-employed site labour rates rise sharply again

Average earnings for self-employed tradespeople rose to £950 per week during February pushing labour rates 7.1% higher than the same time last year.   Ian Anfield, Hudson Contract managing director, said: “It has been a mild start to the year and demand on sites remains high for

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HS2 starts work on UK’s longest railway bridge

HS2 starts work on UK’s longest railway bridge

The Colne Valley Viaduct will be the UK’s longest railway bridge, stretching for more than two miles across a series of lakes and waterways between Hillingdon and the M25.   The railway bridge is designed to improve rail links between London, Birmingham and North, help

Ovarro pollution early-warning technology chosen by Anglian Water

Ovarro pollution early-warning technology chosen by Anglian Water

In a world-first, the UK utility is implementing early-warning system BurstDetect from technology company Ovarro, as part of its drive to eliminate serious pollution events in its region by 2025.   Through a dashboard, BurstDetect provides an overview of system status together with current

A smarter focus on wastewater flows and levels

A smarter focus on wastewater flows and levels

The Government has just concluded its consultation on developing a Storm Overflow Discharge Reduction Plan (SORP). Andy Godley, from the Water Research Centre (WRc), looks at the latest developments in wastewater flows and levels.   It is difficult to argue with the sentiments behind the

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