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Jackie Whitelaw's stories

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  • Infrastructure in 2011

    Major project report: Infrastructure in 2011Subscription

    Archive Article16 December, 2010

    Infrastructure in 2011: A special report on prospects for the year ahead.

  • Ivor Catto

    Overseas work boosts Hyder’s first half profitsSubscription

    News17 November, 2010

    Hyder Consulting’s tight focus on key markets in Australia, China, the Middle East, Germany and the UK helped it increase pretax profits by 67% to £9.5M in the half year to 30 September.

  • The Mersey Gateway was among the few named road schemes to get the green light

    Spending review 2010: Roads are losers as Osborne favours railSubscription

    News28 October, 2010

    The government made clear its preference for rail investment over road improvements in last week’s spending review.

  • Time for changeSubscription

    Feature29 September, 2010

    What does one consultant want next for the water industry? Jackie Whitelaw talks to Scott Aitken, Grontmij’s UK and Ireland water and energy director about the Ofwat review and the October public spending cuts.

  • Trucks arrive from Albania

    On the road to libertySubscription

    Feature22 September, 2010

    Kosovo’s new motorway is a first step in developing the infrastructure and economy of a new country. Jackie Whitelaw reports.

  • URS provides operations, maintenance and logistics services to the NASA space programme

    Scott Wilson joins US giant URS for £218MSubscription

    News16 September, 2010

    Scott Wilson’s 5,500 staff formally joined the ranks of US giant URS Corporation last Friday when the firm completed its acquisition of the UK business.

  • East London Line: One of scott Wilson's recent major projects

    Scott Wilson and URS bosses talk exclusively to Jackie WhitelawSubscription

    News16 September, 2010

    “Our asset is entirely flesh and blood, and the way you grow is with new people,” says URS chairman and chief executive Martin Koffel speaking on Monday, the first day of his ownership of UK consultant Scott Wilson. “And our measure of success is service jobs added.”

  • Up to 24 trains an hour will depart from Blackfriars

    Capital work brings national connectionsSubscription

    Archive Article9 September, 2010

    The new station forms a key part of the Thameslink Programme, the government funded £5.5bn upgrade of one of the rail network’s busiest routes. Rolling stock and, crucially, this programme is improving the frequency and capacity of services running north-south through the heart of the capital from Bedford to Brighton.

  • Managed Motorways signage

    Highways Agency dices up project support frameworkSubscription

    News19 August, 2010

    The Highways Agency is attempting to work closer with specialist consultants by splitting its project support framework into smaller chunks.

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    Calva reaches critical stageSubscription

    News19 August, 2010

    Engineers have completed a critical operation to salvage the southern central pier of the Workington “Calva” bridge and bring it one step closer to long term survival.

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