Issue : 23 August 2012
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Keller mixes it up at MurrayfieldSubscription
Construction of the Murrayfield Stadium station on the new Edinburgh Tram scheme reached a milestone earlier this month with completion of ground improvement work by Keller Foundations.
Fugro secures Mexican survey workSubscription
Fugro has been appointed by Mexico’s national oil company Pemex to carry out a major offshore high resolution geophysical and geotechnical survey.
Johnson slams Greening demotion over HeathrowSubscription
London mayor Boris Johnson has criticised prime minister David Cameron’s decision to switch Justine Greening from transport secretary to international development secretary, claiming it shows the government’s intent to expand Heathrow airport.
Hendry replaced as energy ministerSubscription
Charles Hendry was replaced yesterday by fellow Conservative MP John Hayes as energy minister in prime minister David Cameron’s reshuffle.
Olympics chief gets Treasury roleSubscription
London 2012 chief Paul Deighton has yesterday been appointed Treasury minister responsible for economic delivery as part of the government’s major reshuffle.
Aecom to oversee £1.4bn Istanbul schemeSubscription
Consultant Aecom has been appointed project manager for a $2.2bn (£1.4bn) hospital, residential and commercial scheme in Istanbul, Turkey.
Spelman ousted as environment secretarySubscription
Environment secretary Caroline Spelman is to be replaced by Owen Paterson as part of the Prime Minister’s reshuffle, according to NCE sister magazine MRW.
Construction sites across Yorkshire will be targeted by Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspectors in September as part of a crackdown on reducing death and injuries when working at height.
Hochtief unveils new jack up vesselSubscription
Construction firm Hochtief has unveiled a new jack up vessel the Innovation yesterday in Bremerhaven, Germany as it targets major growth in the offshore wind farm sector.
Cuadrilla seeks shale gas extensionSubscription
Developer Cuadrilla is this week seeking a 36 month extension to shale gas exploration at its site in Lancashire.