Tag : Aecom
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.
Humber Bridge to undergo 12-month cable inspection Subscription
Cleveland Bridge and Aecom are to undertake a 12-month inspection of the Humber Bridge.
An Aecom apprentice has opened up about going from a baggage handler at Luton Airport to working on its expansion.
Aecom makes UK contracting U-turnSubscription
Aecom is to stop bidding for tier one contracting jobs in the UK, just four years after launching its construction arm.
Arup, Aecom and Arcadis are among the winners named on Network Rail’s £5bn, 10-year “next generation of rail systems” framework.
Delays to the decision regarding the Heathrow Southern Rail proposal is a “great example” of how the government is slowing London’s infrastructure project pipeline, according to Aecom chief executive of civil infrastructure EMEA Colin Wood.
A contract to support the second review of Scotland’s strategic transport network, including road and rail assets, has been awarded to a Jacobs Aecom JV.
Aecom to rule on five bridge options in WalesSubscription
The Welsh Government is now considering a unique proposal for a third bridge over the Menai Strait in Wales featuring a giant statue of an ancient welsh king, but the project is still in consultation with consultants Aecom and Knights with other options to consider.
Aecom wants Scotland spaceport jobSubscription
Aecom has put itself in the running for work on the first UK spaceport, which will launch satellites off the north coast of Scotland by 2020.