Transport Scotland has hit back at claims that the safety of its road bridges is being threatened by funding cuts.
Delays to political decisions on projects due to Brexit have sent business confidence in the UK construction sector tumbling to a six-year low, it has been claimed.
TfL launches roadworks innovation competition Subscription
Transport for London (TfL) is looking for innovative solutions to minimise the impact of roadworks in the City.
Cumbria nuclear plant could be scrapped within days Subscription
Plans to build a nuclear plant in Cumbria to supply 7% of the UKs energy could be abandoned before the end of the week.
The new £4.2bn potash mine in the North York Moors is using a raft of new technologies to excavate its two 1.5km deep shafts and 37km of tunnels.
Major milestone hit on Oroville dam repairsVideoSubscription
The first construction milestone has been met on the project to repair the stricken Oroville dam in California.
Network Rail has outlined £2bn worth of works on the Wessex rail network through Surrey and its surrounding areas for Control Period 6 (CP6).
Civils firms are being urged to adopt cutting-edge asset management technology in a bid to ensure that new cash for road repairs announced in the Budget is spent more efficiently.
RSK has made its eleventh acquisition in the last 12 months taking over UK based geotechnical and engineering contractor Can.
Swiss scientists have determined 80% cuts to emissions from the concrete sector are possible without using carbon capture technology.