Issue : 13 December 2012
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GE Awards deadline extendedSubscription
Ground engineering businesses have another week to enter the ever-popular GE Awards and be in with a chance of collecting one of the trophies at the event on 25 April in London.
GE Awards entry deadline draws closeSubscription
With the deadline for entries for the 2013 GE Awards just 10 days away, now is the time to get your entry started or to finish off ones that weren’t completed before the Christmas break.
University of Edinburgh PhD student David Connolly is celebrating double success after his win at a regional competition helped him to secure a place representing the UK at an international geotechnical conference.
Transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin today set out plans for the government £333M boost to road maintenance with £215M allocated to local authorities.
Bauer’s Russian subsidiary has won a contract to undertake the foundations work for the Lakhta Tower in St Petersburg, which at 420m will be Europe’s tallest building when it is completed in 2018.
Hochtief wins £812M Dutch PPPSubscription
Contractor Hochtief-led consortium has today won a public private partnership PPP contract to construct, upgrade and operate a major link road near Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
A83 landslide mitigation options publishedSubscription
Transport Scotland has published the draft feasibility report prepared by Jacobs to look at options for the landslide-affected A83 route.
Ofgem earmarks £24.2bn to upgrade gridSubscription
Energy regulator Ofgem has today announced £24.2bn will be spent upgrading the country’s gas and electricity networks over the next eight years.
Keller confirms positive finish to 2012Subscription
Keller has issued a trading update to confirm that it expects to deliver revenues of £1.3bn and a pre-tax profit significantly above market expectations for its full year results.
TfL approves draft businss planSubscription
The Transport for London (TfL) board approved its draft business plan last Wednesday and will now begin lobbying government for funding, NCE has learned.