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Ringway bags £420M Highways England contract Subscription
Highways contractor Ringway has been awarded a £420M contract to manage and maintain roads in the east of England for Highways England.
Transport for the North (TfN) and Newcastle City Council are mounting a joint bid to carry out maintenance work to the iconic Tyne Bridge.
Today marks two years since the Grenfell tragedy, and despite moves to create a new building safety regulator the government is still under pressure to make further reforms.
Nuclear developers have called on the UK to collaborate with the US and Canada to ensure they are at the forefront of small modular reactor technology.
Industry backs zero-carbon legislation Subscription
Industry leaders have rallied around prime minister Theresa May’s announcement that the UK will eradicate its net contribution to climate change by 2050.
The Data & Analytics Facility for National Infrastructure (DAFNI) has announced it is ready to help the UK respond to “catastrophic events”.
The boss of the suspended Wylfa nuclear power plant has urged the industry to step up and “fight” for its future.
Workers threaten to down tools at Drax power plant Subscription
Hundreds of engineers and plant staff at the Drax biomass energy plant in Yorkshire are threatening strike action.
Plans for Europe’s largest solar farm revealed Subscription
Spanish-based utility company Iberdrola has unveiled plans to build a 590MW photovoltaic solar plant in Spain.
Construction starts on £45M York flood scheme Subscription
Contractors have begun the process of raising and improving flood defences in York as part of a £45M project to bolster the city’s flood resilience.