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Highways England has reported a worsening gender pay gap by 11% according to initial official figures filed ahead of this year’s reporting deadline.
Transport for London (TfL) has set aside £19.6bn to build six line extensions across its Underground, Overground and tram networks by 2038.
Rival Heathrow expansion groups Arora Group and Heathrow Hub are set to clash over the government’s Aviation National Policy Statement (NPS), according to a legal document exclusively obtained by New Civil Engineer.
Transport for London (TfL) has completed a deal to sell and lease back Crossrail trains, freeing up £1bn to invest into its transport network.
Eric Wright Civil Engineering has won the £5M contract to build the new Pooley Bridge in Cumbria after the original structure was destroyed by storms.
Costain will deliver major improvements on the A19 as part of Highways England’s Regional Investment Programme.
Thermodynamic engineers at The National Centre for aerospace, energy and transportation research (DLR) in Colonge, Germany have suggested replacing coal power plants with giant ‘carnot batteries’ to store energy from renewable generators.
High Speed 2 (HS2) promoter HS2 Ltd has cleared a key construction site close to the new Old Oak Common “super-hub” station.
Highways England has announced a new feasibility study for major improvements to road links along the trans-Pennine corridor.
Gatwick’s acquisition by French infrastructure giant Vinci has been approved by the European Commission.
Two Suffolk councils have are refusing to back EDF’s plans for the Sizewell C nuclear power station.
Swedish construction giant Skanska has said it expects to fall short of its 3.5% construction operating margins target this year or next.
The body set up to improve rail links between Oxford and Cambridge has appointed WSP to examine the infrastructure and capacity required to enable more trains to run in and out of Oxford station.
The £7.3M project to repair and refurbish the grade I listed, 199-year-old Union Chain Bridge on the English-Scottish border is expected to get the go ahead today as ministers meet to approve the plans.
MPs overseeing the £3.5bn refurbishment of the Palace of Westminister fear the project could be delayed by two years.
The Hong Kong government has announced a £60bn plan to build a series of artificial islands.
A who’s who of engineering consultants will advise the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) and Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) on its transport strategy for the next four years.
Trade body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has estimated that £200bn is needed to improve ageing North Sea oil and gas infrastructure over the coming 16 years.
Energy regulator Ofgem has been accused of being “short sighted” following its ruling on plans for new interconnectors in the Shetland and Western Isles in Scotland.
The ICE has warned the government that it will run out of money for roads within 10 years unless it replaces fuel tax with a longer term method of raising money.
Lots of consultancies talk about having a diversely skilled workforce, but Nichols is proof that successful project managers come from all disciplines.
Transforming the procurement and delivery of civil engineering projects is a major issue for the industry at large. Leading the way are specialist SME companies like PCSG.
Roni Savage has taken her firm Jomas Associates from the kitchen table to leading light in Goldman Sachs’ small businesses programme.
When CPMS managing director Mat Baine was a child, a job in rail was the last thing his careers advisors had in mind for him.
Backers of 3D Repo had to learn to pitch to investors as they sought to grow.
Winning the design work for a £27M property project helped the two engineers behind Design2e’s launch.
In a world where engineering firms are vying for pole position in the race to become digitised, how does Breheny, a traditional civils firm, shape up for the future?
Bryden Wood breaks down projects into mass produceable, off-site manufactured components, to save clients time and money.
Staff retention and close work with contractors underpin Dr Sauer & Partners’ success, enabling it to punch above its weight on major projects.
Birmingham-based FJD Consulting has just been crowned New Civil Engineer’s NCE100 Trending 20 champion, indicating that it has some great stories to tell.
New Civil Engineer research exposes challenges around designing steel to concrete connections.
Marsh Industries technical sales director Stephen Le Tissier questions whether the current testing regime within European Standard BS EN 858 still provides an acceptable level of pollutant after separation.
SoluForm supplies hand placed concrete solutions for wet and dry environments.
Liebig anchors have wide variety of applications across the civil engineering sector.
Specialist contractors are pioneering modern foundations solutions for new homes.