Thirteen contractors have won places on Highways England’s £8.7bn Regional Delivery Partnership framework.
Historic Dorset bridge reopens after collapseSubscription
An historic Elizabethan bridge in Dorset has been reopened to walkers and cyclists after partially collapsing earlier this year.
Australian mining company BHP Billiton is facing a multi-billion pound lawsuit being handled by a UK-based law firm, over the Samarco dam disaster in Brazil in 2015 which killed 19 people.
Rail and road projects must be assessed on their outcomes rather than purely on cost, the incoming industry regulator chair has warned.
Market forecasts show a boom in the demand of plastics used in construction despite recent climate change warnings about the use of plastics.
Projects should be subject to a far more “rigorous examination” of their benefits before they are approved, the chief executive of the National Audit Office (NAO) has said.
Incoming ICE president Andrew Wyllie has stressed the importance of improving diversity within the industry.
Drilling for the first deep geothermal power plant, the United Downs Deep Geothermal Power project (UDDGP), has began near St Day, Cornwall.
Modifications to the design of High Speed 2’s (HS2) Birmingham Interchange station have knocked 12 months off the construction programme, New Civil Engineer can reveal.
Liverpool City Council are seeking to procure a four-year multi-lot framework as it seeks for contractors to deliver more than £30M of reactive highways works.