The opening of the Northern Line Extension in south London is to be pushed back by nine months, New Civil Engineer understands.
Drainage suppliers to Crossrail, Tideway and HS2 have all been provisionally found to have been part of an illegal cartel.
Demolition of the Polcevera viaduct remains in Genoa, Italy, is to begin this weekend.
A government infrastructure boss has called for an end to “cost thuggery” used to “beat down” contractor pricing.
TfL has revealed plans to start work on a major new cycle route in South East London next summer.
The House of Lords has backed offsite construction, calling for a greater use of new technologies.
The number of engineering challenges on the £6bn Lower Thames Crossing (LTC) will make it one of the most complex development consent orders (DCO) ever submitted, its project director has said.
Coming in 45% over budget and two-years late, BBC is “unable to deliver value for money” on the delayed EastEnders set rebuild, the National Audit Office has concluded.
Engineering firm Spencer Group and train manufacturer Hitachi are launching a joint bid for a £500M contract to build new trains and a maintenance centre for the Tyne and Wear Metro.
The manufacturer of the combustible cladding used on the Grenfell tower has claimed that other materials used in the building’s refurbishment were to blame for spreading the fire which killed 72 people.