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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.

South East Water starts £4.3m Canterbury WTW upgrade

South East Water starts £4.3m Canterbury WTW upgrade

South East Water is about to commence work on a multi-million pound upgrade of the Kingston water treatment works, near Canterbury, to improve the quality of its water and to upgrade existing boreholes which collect ground water.

Work starts on £120m Scottish Water Renfrewshire project

Work starts on £120m Scottish Water Renfrewshire project

Preparatory works have begun on the first phase of the £120m, 13-mile long drinking water network which is expected to benefit over 200,000 people in Ayrshire and East Renfrewshire.   The improvement works follow on from an ann...

Calif. plans $15.7B water project

Calif. plans $15.7B water project

California is proposing its most ambitious water project in a half-century. At $15.7 billion, it would run two giant tunnels, each four stories high, for 35 miles under the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta in Northern California, sending water to cities and farms to the south.

Green light for Canary Wharf residential tower

Green light for Canary Wharf residential tower

Chinese developer Greenland Group has received planning permission from the London Borough of Tower Hamlets to build a 67-storey residential tower, delivering 869 new homes in what will be the tallest residential tower in western Europe.

Hinkley Point C pylon scheme gets green light

Hinkley Point C pylon scheme gets green light

Plans to erect 140 pylons as part of a new powerline connecting Hinkley Point C to Avonmouth have been given the green light by the Department for Energy & Climate Change.   The new connection will carry 400,000 volts near numero...

Construction project starts delayed across London as costs soar

Construction project starts delayed across London as costs soar

Findings from infrastructure consultancy Arcadis’s annual International Construction Costs Index report has highlighted that the soaring costs of land and construction in the capital are leading to delayed projects starts as contractors become increasingly nervous.

£52m energy from waste plant given green light

£52m energy from waste plant given green light

Final close has been reached today on a £51.6m renewable energy power plant to be built in Northampton. The proposed plant will convert 60,000 tonnes of dry waste wood feedstock into 9MW of electricity using gasification technology by Nexterra Systems Corp.

Winning bidders for Thames Tideway Tunnel announced

Winning bidders for Thames Tideway Tunnel announced

According to Rigzone, 71% of respondents in a survey of 963 UK oil workers are considering moving overseas to find work due to a lack of job security in the North Sea and Scotland. 52% of those surveyed by Rigzone also reported a lack of co...

£12m scheme to extend Scotland’s Lerwick Harbour

£12m scheme to extend Scotland’s Lerwick Harbour

Wednesday 9th September 2015 Holiday Inn, Birmingham, UK   The 3rd Annual Utility Week HR Forum once again brings together HR, training, recruitment and people development professionals in a unique forum aimed specifically at the utilities sector.

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