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Technip awarded large North Sea contract

Technip awarded large North Sea contract

Enquest has selected Technip for a large subsea contract in the North Sea, delivering engineering, procurement, installation and construction for the Kraken development which is located 400km north-east of Aberdeen and 130km east of Shetland.

Osborne to develop Mercers Yard in Covent Garden

Osborne to develop Mercers Yard in Covent Garden

Contractor Osborne has scooped a £19m redevelopment contract of Mercers Yard in Covent Garden, London. Osborne will refurbish 13-14 Langley Street, which is an original Covent Garden warehouse, into a flagship retail store.

Birmingham New Street adopts CHP energy scheme

Birmingham New Street adopts CHP energy scheme

The ambitious TuNar project proposes the importation of solar energy generated in Tunisia, North Africa, delivered to Europe via a 450 km undersea cable to a substation near Rome where it will be fed into the European Grid.

BBM JV awarded £23m Leeds flood defence scheme

BBM JV awarded £23m Leeds flood defence scheme

A BAM Nuttall and Mott Macdonald joint venture has been awarded a works contract for a flood alleviation scheme in Leeds, designed to provide Leeds homes and businesses with protection from a 1 in 75 year flood from the River Aire and Hol Beck.

Southern Water spends £25m to meet NEP conditions

Southern Water spends £25m to meet NEP conditions

Southern water has invested £25m on upgrading the Millbrook wastewater treatment works due to the need to cut nitrogen levels in effluent water being discharged into the Test Estuary.   The main driver behind this project is du...

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.

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