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Women in STEM: Breaking into the Boys’ Club

Women in STEM: Breaking into the Boys’ Club

STEM includes the disciplines science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. When it comes to STEM the old adage rings true, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” Fields like tech and mechanical engineering are some of the fastest developing career fields in the

Post-Brexit impacts of engineer skills shortages on construction

Post-Brexit impacts of engineer skills shortages on construction

How is the UK going to cope after Brexit?  According to a report from IHS Markit data research firm, based on answers from over 400 recruitment agencies, demand for staff rose sharply across the private sector in April. However “demand for staff is growing within all sectors and all

HS2 names three JVs awarded the £900m Enabling Works Contracts

HS2 names three JVs awarded the £900m Enabling Works Contracts

With a two-month delay, HS2 has finally confirmed the three joint ventures that will deliver the necessary pre-civil engineering works of HS2 Phase One from London to Birmingham. These works will predominantly be related to archaeology, site clearance and other site compounds preparations.  

Tata Steel Sells Scunthorpe Plant to Greybull for £1

Tata Steel Sells Scunthorpe Plant to Greybull for £1

Tata Steel’s Scunthorpe steel site has been sold to British investment firm, Greybull Capital, helping save approximately 4,400 jobs in the UK.   Included in the £1 deal are the steelworks in Scunthorpe, two mills in Teeside, a mill in Hayange, France, an engineering workshop in

Celebrated architect Zaha Hadid dies from heart attack, aged 65

Celebrated architect Zaha Hadid dies from heart attack, aged 65

World renowned Iraqi-British architect, Zaha Hadid, has died from a heart attack aged 65. New of her death has shocked and saddened the world of architecture and design. Her death in Miami follows a brief hospital stay where she was being treated for bronchitis.   A lengthy statement

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What To Look Forward to in the 4th Year of AMP6 and Beyond

What To Look Forward to in the 4th Year of AMP6 and Beyond

As we move into the 4th year of the 5-year cycle of AMP6, and with AMP7 on the horizon in 2020, the UK will continue to see a shift in focus to increasing efficiency and decreasing total expenditure for companies. In recent AMP periods, the focus lied in increasing value for customers (i.e.

Congratulations to Barhale on Their Recent Award

Congratulations to Barhale on Their Recent Award

At Anglo Technical Recruitment, we pride ourselves on aligning with best and the brightest individuals and organisations. We are honoured to work with Barhale, recent recipient of the New Civil Engineer 2017 ‘Specialist Tunnelling Project of the Year’ for the Elan Valley Aqueduct (EVA)

What Does Carillion’s Collapse Mean?

What Does Carillion’s Collapse Mean?

The ever burgeoning construction job market took a major hit with the announcement of the construction giant Carillion’s liquidation. Carillion, the second largest construction firm in the UK, also provides public services, facilities management, and maintenance through contracts with small

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