Steel starts on site at Ground Zero memorialSubscription
Steel installations for the 9/11 memorial and museum started this week at the World Trade Center, where construction began two years ago.
Construction College opens near GlasgowSubscription
A new £3.8M construction college was launched in Scotland yesterday, which will provide training for up to 160 construction apprentices and 6,000 adult learners a year.
Bihar cut-off by floodsSubscription
Floods that hit northern India two weeks ago have crushed infrastructure in disaster-struck Bihar, one of the country's poorest states.
Network Rail must cut disruptions caused by engineering work by a third over the next five years, the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) said yesterday.
India Market Report: UK companies have been building beachheads to take advantage of an anticipated boomSubscription
Its population numbers over 1.1 billion, second only to China, and the country covers over 3,000,000 km². Huge potential indeed, but India finds itself under increasing pressure to modernise if it is to compete in a global market.
In the papers today - Wednesday 5 SeptemberSubscription
Hurtling through the countryside at speeds of more than 200mph Eurostar set a new record for a rail journey from Paris to London yesterday. The train took 2hrs, 3mins, 39secs to complete the 306 miles from Gare du Nord to St Pancras. The journey, the first to Eurostar’s new terminal, was made possible by the opening of a 25-mile piece of high-speed track between Ebbsfleet, Kent and the heart of London – The Daily Telegraph
Karachi bridge collapses - 10 deadSubscription
A month-old expressway bridge has collapsed in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Saturday, killing at least 10 people.
Flood-hit residents in protest marchSubscription
UP TO 2,500 Tewkesbury residents people marched on the town centre last weekend to campaign for better flood protection.
Bovis Lend Lease launches training companySubscription
Halcrow and Costain top the CAT leagueSubscription