Nicholson and Treviicos JV to stabilise US shoreline Subscription
A Nicholson Construction and Treviicos JV is to stabilise the shoreline for Charlestown Bus Facility in Massachusetts, US.
Researchers at the University of Melbourne and the Melbourne School of Engineering have developed a software tool that can predict landslide boundaries two weeks before they happen.
The Cross City line between Birmingham New Street, Longbridge, Redditch and Bromsgrove has reopened following a two day closure while engineers investigate the cause of earth movement.
Caste Cove Beach in Weymouth will fully reopen after a project to rebuild the access steps received £20,000.
Per Aarsleff, which owns UK-based Aarsleff Ground Engineering, has said that it has revised upwards its full year expectations from DKK450M (£53.8M) to DKK470M (£56.2M).
A consortium led by Porr has been confirmed as the winning bidders for the an €966m (£842M) design and build contract for an 18km section of the Brenner Base Tunnel in Austria.
Designer sought for Stornoway deep water portSubscription
Stornoway Port Authority is seeking designers for its plans for a deep water port as part of its 20-year master plan.
Highways England has said that Lagan and Sisk’s work on constructing the WSP-designed three level junction between the A19 and A1058 in North Shields is now 75% complete.
Network Rail has said that the programme for redevelopment of Livingstone South station has been extended after the project encountered unforeseen ground conditions during piling work for new lift towers.
The public development organisation in French Guiana Établissement public d’aménagement en Guyane has issued tender documents for a four year deal for geotechnical engineering services.