Technical Excellence: Setting the standardSubscription
The global recession has done a lot to focus minds on how to keep critical assets going.
Future Engineers: The North will rise againSubscription
For a view on the role of infrastructure and those building it for future prosperity, look to the North West of England.
Finding the bestSubscription
There are currently plenty of job opportunities in infrastructure, however a lack of experienced, qualified engineers is becoming a cause for concern Jon Masters reports.
Business: Mabey Hire interviewSubscription
Mabey Hire’s acting CEO Steve Farmer is predicting big growth for the firm in the next five years, with hire sales forecast to shoot up by 50% on the back of strong service support. He tells Jon Masters how innovative equipment and data gathering technology is helping the company stand out in the market.
Roads: Road runnersSubscription
In the 10 years since the Highways Agency started operating England’s strategic roads network there have been some significant changes. Jon Masters reports.
Careers: Plug-in growthSubscription
Consultants working in the energy sector are forming a picture of the skills they need for a rapidly growing market.
Energy: Wind of changeSubscription
With the UK’s first onshore wind farms now over 20 years old, a new trend is emerging to replace the existing turbines with more powerful models.
Concrete: Stockley west viaduct approachSubscription
A variety of innovative methods have been used to build a major structure on Crossrail’s surface running section west of London, as Jon Masters discovers.
Careers: The road aheadSubscription
Consultants are gearing up for a major boost in road design and construction that will see them recruiting in large numbers, as Jon Masters reports.
Rail: Vacancies to plugSubscription
A combination of major line upgrades and work on the surface sections of Crossrail is behind a big recruitment drive at Network Rail.