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The tallest building in the City of London will be topped out today.
The design team working on expansion plans for Chelsea Football Club’s Stamford Bridge stadium are attempting to revive the project by slashing costs by as much as £500M, New Civil Engineer can reveal.
Paddington Cucumber gets green light Subscription
Plans for a cylindrical residential tower in Paddington, London have been given the go-ahead by Westminster council.
Exclusive | Mace 'following' Tulip tower projectSubscription
Mace is considering a bid to build the “Tulip tower” in the City of London, New Civil Engineer can reveal.
Triple-decker junction opens in North East Subscription
The North East’s first triple-decker junction worth £75M has been opened on time by Highways England.
The government looks set to perform a U-turn on its approach to smaller nuclear reactors, after previously being accused of “crushing” their development.
WSP wins Cambridgeshire suspension bridge jobSubscription
WSP has won a contract to design a pedestrian suspension bridge in Cambridgeshire.
Industry leaders are waiting for rail, road and energy decisions in today’s Spring Statement.
Transport for the South East (TfSE) has appointed WSP and Steer to develop a new transport strategy for the region in a bid to increase economic growth and productivity in the region.
WSP has revealed the difficulties in tackling the redevelopment Fulham FC’s Craven Cottage stadium.