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Atkins wins double contract to support transportation in Wales

Atkins wins double contract to support transportation in Wales

Atkins – a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group – has won places on the South Wales Trunk Road Agent (SWTRA) Consultancy Services framework and the Transport for Wales (TfW) Engineering Consultancy Services (ECS) framework.   Atkins is one of three primary suppliers appointed to the

Rail Passengers advised essential travel only until Sunday 26th June

Rail Passengers advised essential travel only until Sunday 26th June

Travellers wishing to use Southern, Gatwick Express, Great Northern or Thameslink services over the next five days should expect severe disruption and amended timetables. This advice applies to the next two strike days (23 and 25 June) as well as non-strike days (22 and 24).   On Sunday 26

HS2 has been granted approval for major Birmingham viaducts

HS2 has been granted approval for major Birmingham viaducts

HS2 Ltd has been granted planning permission by Birmingham City Council for two viaducts which will take the new high speed railway into Curzon Street Station in the city centre.   Curzon Viaduct No.3 and Lawley Middleway Viaduct are part of the Curzon Street Station Approach area, which is

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

Loram secures £25 million Network Rail contracts

Loram secures £25 million Network Rail contracts

Loram secured two contracts with Network Rail to support the company’s Infrastructure Monitoring Fleet, which plays a key role in delivering Asset Management and Safety Assurance Plans.   The first contract confirms Loram as the maintainer of 65 dedicated rail vehicles which Network

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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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