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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

Tata Steel confirms plans to sell UK operations

Tata Steel confirms plans to sell UK operations

Doubts have been cast over thousands of jobs across the country as Tata Steel has confirmed it is selling its UK assets. The company employs hundreds of people in the West Midlands alone. The decision was confirmed following a lengthy board meeting in Mumbai.   In January, Tata announced

Shortlisted companies announced for HS2 civil engineering contracts

Shortlisted companies announced for HS2 civil engineering contracts

HS2 Ltd has announced the shortlist of nine bidders in the race to win one of seven civil engineering contracts that will contribute to the high speed line’s construction, with contracts valued between £7.1bn and £11.8bn.   Transport minister Robert Goodwill said the

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How to attract women into engineering?

How to attract women into engineering?

In celebration of the International Women’s Day, Anglo Technical has decided to make a quick overview of the position of women in the workplace and in engineering, in the UK and worldwide.   Over the past few decades, women have proven they are able to engage in lots of activities that

IR35 is coming

IR35 is coming

On Thursday 6th of April 2017, new UK Government IR35 legislation finally kicks in for Public Sector LTD company contractors or as HMRC like to call it “Personal Service Company (PSC)” contractors.   It has already caused a shift in the amount of LTD company contractors currently

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