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Alun Griffiths wins A4119 upgrade

Alun Griffiths wins A4119 upgrade

Alun Griffiths has been appointed to widen the A4119 to dual carriageway from Coed Ely to Ynysmaerdy.   The main construction phase is on course to start on site in late summer 2022.   The A4119 project is designed to improve connectivity and encourage economic activity into the

Kier Highways Solutions awarded £1.7m surface dressing contract

Kier Highways Solutions awarded £1.7m surface dressing contract

Within the surface dressing contract, Kier will deliver c.500,000sqm of surface dressing across West Sussex using 750t of surface dressing emulsion, which will be manufactured at the Kier-owned bitumen plant in Wymondham, Norfolk.   The contract will begin in Summer, and will be

Graham awarded £17m Chelmsford bridge scheme

Graham awarded £17m Chelmsford bridge scheme

Work on the Chelmsford East Beaulieu S278 (RDR Phase 3) project is now under way with an anticipated completion date in spring 2023.   The £16.8m project will connect the A130 Essex Regiment Way and the Beaulieu and Channels housing developments on the west side of the Great Eastern

The A63 Castle Street project reaches milestone

The A63 Castle Street project reaches milestone

The new bridge is a step forward in National Highways’ £355m A63 Castle Street scheme to improve safety and create better connections in Hull city centre.     The bridge was lifted into place with a 200-tonne crane. Two stair areas and seven ramp sections weighing up to 12

More than 40% of young people put their career plans on hold

More than 40% of young people put their career plans on hold

More than 40% of people aged 16-24 are putting their career or education plans on hold until the pandemic is over, a new survey has found.The research, commissioned by BAE Systems to mark National Apprenticeship Week, found a fifth (21%) said they are more confused about their career path than

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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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