- Design-and-build contract for approx. 13 km tunnel section with portal and ramp
- Part of underground transport system for Woodsmith Mine in North Yorkshire, England
- World’s largest deposit of polyhalite one step closer to mining
Fugro’s leading expertise in over-water geotechnical characterisation has saved time, cost and congestion during riverbed assessment for London’s major sewer upgrade, the Thames Tideway Tunnel.
Yayoi Kusama and Conrad Shawcross to create major public artworks for London’s Elizabeth line
Crossrail Limited today announced that as part of the planned demobilisation of its delivery and leadership team, Chief Executive Andrew Wolstenholme OBE is stepping down after seven years at the helm to take up a new role in the private sector. Programme Director Simon Wright OBE will lead the organisation in a combined role as Chief Executive & Programme Director, as it completes its remaining work.
Anglo American plc Production Report for the fourth quarter ended 31 December 2017.
Anglo American reports a 5% increase in total production on a copper equivalent basis for 2017. This was achieved despite actions taken to remove higher cost volumes in platinum and metallurgical coal, which resulted in a 2% decrease in Q4 2017 copper equivalent production compared to Q4 2016(1).
After high-intensity Christmas Engineering, London Bridge Station opens
The accomplishments of Fugro drilling practitioners at different milestones in their career have been recognised at the British Drilling Association’s (BDA) annual awards.
Our team working on the £300m revamp of Bond Street Tube station reached a proud milestone on the morning of the 17 November, just in time for the Christmas shopping surge.
Costain has appointed Jacqueline de Rojas as a non-executive director. The appointment is with effect from 20 November 2017. Jacqueline is a leader in the UK technology sector and an experienced non-executive director.
Global alliance, launched by UK and Canada, to lead the rest of the world in committing to an end to the use of unabated coal power.
Mr G. Cash, BA, RIBA will retire as chief executive of BAM Construct UK Ltd with effect from 1 January 2018. The Executive Board would like to thank Graham Cash for more than 31 years of loyal service and, in particular, his contribution in leadership roles within the Group since 1995. Graham Cash has been a member of the board of BAM Construct UK since 2007.
The £27.1 million Anchorsholme scheme to reduce flood risk to 4,800 properties in Blackpool has been officially opened. The Blackpool Council scheme has been funded by the Environment Agency through government grant aid and delivered by Balfour Beatty.
The construction phase of Scotland’s biggest waste water tunnel, which will help tackle flooding and improve river water quality in the Glasgow area, has been completed.
Large diameter pipeline inspection and measurement: Custom designed explosion-proof laser triangulation sensor includes camera system
Balfour Beatty, the international infrastructure group, has officially opened its major A21 upgrade project for Highways England.
A significant milestone has been marked with the official completion of the permanent track for the Elizabeth line – London’s newest railway.
Costain will conduct a front-end engineering and design (FEED) study for onshore plant to receive gas from a new sub-sea pipeline in Dimlington, on the East Yorkshire coast. The gas will come from the Tolmount gas field, one of the largest discoveries in the Southern Gas Basin in recent years. The Tolmount field is jointly owned by Premier Oil (50%) and Dana Petroleum (50%).