Emily Ashwell's stories
SME Profile | BrehenySubscription
In a world where engineering firms are vying for pole position in the race to become digitised, how does Breheny, a traditional civils firm, shape up for the future?
Low Carbon Leadership | SwecoSubscription
An initiative to manage carbon on a major infrastructure project has resulted in an upfront emission reduction of more than 35%.
Interview | Beth West, LandsecSubscription
User experience and the perfection of it is the holy grail in industries ranging from gaming to shopping.
Crossrail has confirmed that Elizabeth Line services between Paddington in central London and Abbey Wood in the south east of the capital will not open until autumn 2019.
MPs investigating the collapse of Carillion have claimed that the watchdogs appointed to monitor government contracts are “more Johnny English than James Bond”.
Gallery | Dundee's spectacular V&A museum opensSubscription
The Arup engineered V&A Dundee is to open to the public this weekend.
Galliford Try has ruled itself out of working on two of Highways England’s complex infrastructure projects: the Stonehenge Tunnel and Lower Thames Crossing.
Network Rail is putting “electrical earmuffs” on lineside equipment to combat the electrical interference from the new bi-mode trains set to run on the East Coast Main Line with its signalling equipment.
WSP to build case for trans-Pennine tunnelSubscription
Highways England has appointed WSP to build the strategic case for the trans-Pennine tunnel ahead of the road operator announcing its second road investment strategy (RIS2).
London transport bosses have vowed to press ahead with Crossrail 2, despite a delay of up to a year in the central London section of the original Crossrail line.