March 16th 2016 by Stephen Nicolson
Arjen Broens, with more than 25 years of experience in construction, infrastructure, energy and renewables (CIER) is hoping the Highlands will provide him with the ideal environment in order to enhance his skills and hone his talents – but there’s a problem.
March 15th 2016 by Duncan MacPherson
Balfour Beatty, the construction and infrastructure giant that built the Beauly Denny 400kV Overhead Transmission Line locally, has reduced its losses and announced today that it is confident their “Build to Last” programme was on track.
March 15th 2016 by Andrew Morrison
There are new rules affecting public procurement – most come into force on 18th April 2016. Whether you are a bidding organisation or a contracting authority – are you ready?
March 14th 2016 by News
Morgan Sindall has been appointed by Moray Council to deliver a £1.1 million refurbishment of the Forres Academy Swimming Pool in the town of Forres, north east Scotland.
March 11th 2016 by Duncan MacPherson
With more than 40,000 visitors expected to attend London’s ExCeL, Ecobuild 2016 cements itself as the UK’s premier event for Innovation and sustainability in the built environment.
March 10th 2016 by News
Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities, Keith Brown has announced that over £350 million worth of sub-contracts have been awarded for the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route