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Jackie Whitelaw's stories

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  • Andrew McNaughton, Balfour Beatty chief operating officer

    Engineers told to name the projects that matterSubscription

    News3 June, 2010

    Civil engineers were this week urged to draw up a shortlist of Britain’s priority infrastructure projects and explain their business cases to the Treasury.

  • The UK business is being focused around transport among other sectors

    Turner & Townsend to increase overseas businessSubscription

    News2 June, 2010

    The first task for cost consultant Turner & Townsend’s (T&T) new UK managing director Steve McGuckin is to help increase the amount of work the business does overseas.

  • The close cooperation culture of the job has been vital to successful construction of complex projec

    East London Line special: Working together as a teamSubscription

    Archive Article27 May, 2010

    Collaboration between client, contractor and supply chain was crucial as the construction project developed in scope, writes Jackie Whitelaw.

  • East London Line

    East London Line special: An introductionSubscription

    Archive Article27 May, 2010

    This week the London Overground East London Line opened a full service from West Croydon in south London to Dalston in the north. In a remarkable achievement, the project has been delivered early. Jackie Whitelaw reports.

  • East London Line: Major project report

    Major project report: East London Line Subscription

    Archive Article27 May, 2010

    London’s new railway: planning, design and construction of a new 10km rail route for London overground.

  • The Consultants File 2010

    Consultants File 2010: Tough getting tougherSubscription

    Feature1 April, 2010

    After 15 years of growth and work on the doorstep, the last 12 months saw the return of the prospecting civil engineer. The sector, large, medium and small, set off with suits crammed in back packs to win work around the world to make up for the tough market at home.

  • Training centre

    £8M released for tunnel and rail skills trainingSubscription

    News25 March, 2010

    Rail and construction industry training received an £8M boost from the government last week when the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) released support funding for the tunnelling and rail engineering skills academies.

  • Energy infrastructure

    More for less for contractors: Up for a fee fight?Subscription

    Feature25 March, 2010

    Consultants are in the firing line. How can they contribute to cutting 20% off infrastructure costs? Jackie Whitelaw reports.

  • St Austell

    You've got to be in it to win itSubscription

    News28 January, 2010

    Get the attention you deserve by entering the NCE/ ACE Consultants of the Year Awards.

  • Vince Clancy, Turner & Townsend

    Infrastructure will be most resilient sectorSubscription

    News21 January, 2010

    Cost consultant Turner & Townsend has said that infrastructure will be the most resilient sector in the UK over the next two years.