Highways contractor Kier has apologised after works it carried out to resurface carriageways in Lincolnshire failed.
Two new 318t transformers have been transported to National Grid’s Sellindge substation from the Port of Dover in overnight operations involving a specialised dual-truck vehicle.
Engineers have cautioned against figures published by the RAC Foundation which show that almost 200 post-tension bridges managed by local authorities in the UK have not had a specialist inspection in 18 years.
Thames Water has been handed a £2M fine by the Environment Agency after allowing raw sewage to flow into a river in 2015.
Thirteen contractors have secured places on a North West Construction Hub framework worth up to £1.5bn.
New recommendations released by the health advisory body, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), have recommended that new roads should give the highest priority to pedestrians and cyclists to promote more active lifestyles.
A power company in the United States has successfully conducted a test with a beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone flight to monitor power lines, paving the way for long distance remote monitoring of infrastructure.
US-based energy-tech firm Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) has revealed three energy from waste (EfW) plants it is building with Interserve will be handed to clients later than expected.
Council calls for Lower Thames Crossing re-thinkSubscription
Gravesham Borough Council has hit out at Highways England’s plans for the £6bn Lower Thames Crossing (LTC) in Kent, saying it was “strongly opposed” to a number of the proposals put forward in the public consultation for the scheme.
Gallery | Images of London's future skylineSubscription
New images of the prospective 2026 London skyline have been released by the City of London Corporation. They include a suite of under construction or proposed towers being built in the area.