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“My journey on the Tube will never be the same again,” says Caroline Sheridan, six months into her role as London Underground’s renewals and enhancements director.
Construction gender pay gap revealedSubscription
First time publication of employer salary data will make uncomfortable reading for construction bosses looking to recruit more women.
Last week the government launched its long-awaited consultation on proposed changes to its building regulations guidance document,
Elizabeth line trains are shown running through new station infrastructure in a series of images released by Transport for London.
Energy regulator Ofgem is investigating gas firm Cadent over its record keeping, after some 1,000 buildings were found to be missing from its gas pipe records.
RSK buys civils consultant CWASubscription
Environmental engineering services firm RSK is continuing its £140M expansion project with the acquisition of two more civil engineering firms.
Fire safety desktop studies could be banned Subscription
A consultation on whether to restrict the use of desktop studies in fire safety tests has been launched after Dame Judith Hackitt said they are “not properly managed” in her interim report on building regulations in December.
Energy firm SSE Generation has won more than £100M in damages over a tunnel collapse at the 100MW Glendoe hydroelectric power scheme in Scotland, which took place nearly 10 years ago.
A key road bridge that remained closed for months during a much-delayed Interserve-led repair scheme has been closed just weeks after it finally opened.
Essex port launches £90M expansion dealsSubscription
Two civils contracts worth a combined £90M have been put to market by the Port of Tilbury in Essex.