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Leak-detecting sniffer dogs could soon be a familiar tool for water firms after the handlers behind United Utilities’ sniffer dog Snipe said they are training up five more dogs.
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GE August 2013
By Claire Smith
Listings of the top 100 companies in the geotechnical market based on turnover
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24 May 2018Emily Ashwell
Curtins, CGL, Breheny Civil Engineering, Sweco UK and Jacobs all won awards for their business culture at last night’s New Civil Engineer 100 Companies of the Year 2018.
13 July 2018Rhiannon James
Water companies must do more to protect the environment, according to a new report from the Environment Agency.
14 May 2018Jess Clark
Fracking mogul Jim Ratcliffe has been named the UK’s richest man with an estimated fortune of more than £21bn.
19 March 2018Fiona McIntyre
Vinci UK’s civil engineering arm Taylor Woodrow lost £18M in 2017, depsite a return to profit for the UK business overall.
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