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Network Rail awards Dawlish lower sea wall contract to AMCO

Network Rail awards Dawlish lower sea wall contract to AMCO

Network Rail has recently announced it has awarded a contract to AMCO to increase the freeboard to the Dawlish sea wall.   The sea wall, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1846, protects the railway line between Newton Abbott station and Exeter St David’s station.

DfT green lights £50m Bristol fast bus project

DfT green lights £50m Bristol fast bus project

Patrick McLoughlin, Transport Secretary, has approved the £50m rapid transit scheme in Bristol which will provide a new bus service from the south west of the city to the centre via a 4km segregated busway.

Thames Estuary Airport Plans Rejected

Thames Estuary Airport Plans Rejected

The Airports Commission has rejected proposals for a new island airport in the Thames Estuary, strongly backed by Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. Johnson has described the decision as “myopic.

TfL Awards MTR £1.4bn Crossrail Contract

TfL Awards MTR £1.4bn Crossrail Contract

Transport for London (TfL) has awarded Hong-Kong based MTR Corporation a £1.4bn contract to run the new Crossrail contract when operations commence in 2018. It is expected to create around 1,100 new operation and engineering jobs; aro...

Suppliers announced for LU’s £250m upgrade

Suppliers announced for LU’s £250m upgrade

London Underground (LU) has announced its plans to spend £250m towards upgrading its 151-year old power systems in order to meet rapidly growing passenger demand in the capital.   The group of successful firms includes Balfour Beatty Eng...

World’s tallest skyscrapers to be built in China

World’s tallest skyscrapers to be built in China

The British architect firm Chetwoods has unveiled its design of the world’s tallest twin towers to be built in China,   The iconic landmark, called Phoenix Towers, will be located in the city of Wuhan, the capital of central China.

Taylor Woodrow bags £142m Crossrail contract

Taylor Woodrow bags £142m Crossrail contract

The train manufacturer Bombardier Transport UK Ltd has awarded £142m contract to Taylor Woodrow, an arm of the construction group Vinci, to design and deliver a depot for the Crossrail train fleet at Old Oak Common, West London.

Connect Roads scoops £745m Aberdeen contract

Connect Roads scoops £745m Aberdeen contract

The consortium comprising of Balfour Beatty, Carillion and Galliford Try (Morrison Construction) will develop detail design for the £745m Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route and Balmedie/Tipperty project.

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