Issue : 27 September 2012
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Remediation work to stabilise abandoned mine workings in Scotland is now underway in order to allow construction of a new rail line to start next year.
Bauer has been appointed to construct the foundations for Saudi Arabia’s Kingdom Tower, which at 1,001m will be the first building in the world to be taller than 1km.
Wind farm boost for NewhavenSubscription
Eon has selected Newhaven Port for the operations and maintenance of a proposed offshore wind farm.
British bridge design specialist and former Wilkinson Eyre director Keith Brownlie is to team up with renowned German architect Christian Ernst.
Areva pulls out of Horizon biddingSubscription
Nuclear reactor vendor Areva and its Chinese partner Guangdong Nuclear Power have pulled out of the bidding to own nuclear new build firm Horizon.
Rampion metmast successfully installedSubscription
Fugro Seacore has announced that its work on installing a metmast for the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm has been successfully completed and the mast is now recording data for developer E.ON Climate and Renewables.
A consortium of Iberdrola and Eole-Res has announced the start of two geotechnical and geophysical feasibility investigations in the Bay of Saint Brieuc to provide foundation information for a new offshore wind farm.
Paul Wiltcher joins Bauer TechnologiesSubscription
Bauer Technologies has announced that Paul Wiltcher has taken on the role of managing director from Michael Jones who has joined Bauer’s global business in Germany.
Ramboll director appointed president of CIWEMSubscription
The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) has announced the appointment of Ramboll director Paul Hillman as its new president.
Energy from waste plant wins approvalSubscription
Energy secretary Ed Davey yesterday approved plans 60MW energy from waste plant in Lostock, Cheshire.