Issue : 03 May 2012
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Delivering new infrastructure through urban areas is challenging enough but work on the Brisbane Airport Link meant the new road had to pass under a major rail link - without interrupting services. GE takes a look at the project.
Work to rebuild Blackfriars station came a step closer to completion yesterday as the station’s final two new platforms open for use.
New London cable car completes test 'flight'Subscription
Construction of London’s first urban cable car came a step closer to opening yesterday as all 34 cabins of the Emirates Air Line took off for their inaugural load testing ‘flight’.
Safety reassessments of the UK’s non-power generating nuclear sites were revealed to have “no serious weakness”, according to an official report out today.
Labour MP Peter Hain this week resigned as Welsh shadow secretary to help campaign for the resurrection of the £32bn Severn Barrage project.
Scheme promoter HS2 Ltd has awarded two design contracts to Parsons Brinckerhoff worth £8M in total under Lot 2 of its Professional Services Framework covering Railway Systems Design Services.
Final call for GSF entriesSubscription
The final date for entering data for the 2012 Geotechnical Services File is 31 May but many companies have yet to start or complete their entries.
Water and sewerage firms need to make a step change in innovation if they are to meet the challenges of ever rising customer expectations, population growth and climate change, water regulator Ofwat warned today.
Hounslow and Hammersmith & Fulham councils have added their backing to Wandsworth Council’s proposal for a new direct rail services between Waterloo and Heathrow.
The deadline for submitting bid for the use of the Olympic Stadium in legacy has been extended by eight weeks, the London Legacy Development Corporation announced yesterday.