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Barhale awarded Thames Tideway Tunnel contract

Barhale awarded Thames Tideway Tunnel contract

Civil engineering and infrastructure specialist Barhale has announced it has been awarded the £9 million main civils package at Barn Elms Sports Centre work site in Richmond, part of the Thames Tideway Tunnel (TTT) project.

Thames Tideway Tunnels Project

Thames Tideway Tunnels Project

The Thames Tideway scheme – coupling improvements to London’s three main wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) with the construction of a storage-and-transfer tunnel nearly 35km long – forms one of the city’s most ambitious wast...

Peatland work kick-starts multi-million pound project

Peatland work kick-starts multi-million pound project

A programme of peatland restoration has kick-started a £2.1million natural flood management (NFM) project in the North East. It will help reduce flooding further down the dale, as well as encouraging carbon capture and improving the land for nature.

£1.5 Million Glasgow Water Deal For Fastflow

£1.5 Million Glasgow Water Deal For Fastflow

The Fastflow Group, a utilities and property services specialist, has been engaged to carry out a major water mains diversion for Glasgow’s biggest regeneration project.   The £1.5 million contract involves the installation of arou...

Sustainable aviation fuel takes off in European Union

Sustainable aviation fuel takes off in European Union

A new EU-backed project has been launched to demonstrate the first industrial-scale production and use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in Europe.    Biofuels Flightpath Initiative was launched 2011 to promote the market developmen...

Digital Railway plans move to next stage

Digital Railway plans move to next stage

THE Department for Transport has unveiled the next stage of plans for modernising the railway by launching a Digital Rail Strategy.   Chris Grayling, Transport secretary, told the audience at an event in York that digital signalling will now be extended to the Northern Transpennine route.

Scottish Water begins environmental investment project

Scottish Water begins environmental investment project

Scottish Water is embarking on a major project on its wastewater infrastructure in the West End of Glasgow to improve the environment and water quality in the River Kelvin.   The project forms part of Scottish Water’s £250 million,...

Statoil to Step Up Offshore Norway Exploration

Statoil to Step Up Offshore Norway Exploration

Norway's Statoil (STO) will ramp up its search for oil and gas deposits on the Norwegian continental shelf next year, the company said on Friday.   "We are looking at drilling 25 to 30 wells in Norway in 2018.

BP awards Wood Group with EPC contract for Mad Dog 2 project

BP awards Wood Group with EPC contract for Mad Dog 2 project

Wood Group has again confirmed its strong relationship that will unite them to BP as it wins two new engineering contracts related to the development of Mad Dog phase 2 project.   Following the recently signed global services agreement with BP, Wood Group was then awarded the $4.

Laing O’Rourke has won £235m building job

Laing O’Rourke has won £235m building job

The project to build a materials research centre for the University of Manchester. The plans for the for the Sir Henry Royce Institute scheme were backed by former chancellor George Osborne in the 2014 Autumn Statement.

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