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Built Environment News

  • Engineering in the UK: Outlook for 2019

    / 21 December /
    Between 2015 till date, engineering has grown exponentially in the United Kingdom (UK) and Europe as a whole. This growth in the range of a 6% rise in number of UK engineering enterprises within the past couple of years has gone on to prove just how relevant to the economy engineers and the science
  • 10 reasons why candidates should use a recruiter

    / 27 July /
    Candidates may often wonder if there is any need to go through a recruiter when job hunting when they can directly respond to various vacancy positions on ads, the internet, magazines and the likes.   Well, below are ten excellent reasons why a recruiter may be the best bet for potential job
  • How to handle 3 different types of difficult interviewers

    / 18 June /
    This article will take a different approach to helping you succeed in your next job interview. While the vast majority of interview-based tips focus on the interview questions and your answers to them, this article is going to focus on the interviewer and how to handle three different type of
  • Embracing a tech enabled workplace

    / 11 June /
    Technology is very important when it comes to delivery of support services to organisations in an effective and competent manner. Facility management (FM) brings systems, place, process and technology under one umbrella. The scope of facility management covers the following areas: “space

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  • Barhale awarded £9m Edmonton ERF sewer diversion contract

    / 4 March /
    The North London Waste Authority has confirmed that under the £4.9m (€5.8m) deal Barhale will carry out the works on the existing Angel and Chingford sewers as part of the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP) at the Edmonton EcoPark. When fully operational, the 78MWe facility
  • Severn Trent reveals £1.2bn environmental plans

    / 5 March /
    The plans will see the company commit to a range of pledges and schemes designed to reduce emissions, improve the environment and support customers. The commitments include: Boosting biodiversity in 5,000 hectares of land – roughly equivalent to half of Coventry, two-thirds of Nottingham or
  • HS2 ‘go / no-go decision’ expected next month

    / 21 January /
    It is understood that prime minister Boris Johnson will make a final decision on the project at the same time that the government-ordered Oakervee review is made public. It had previously been suggested that the Oakervee report would be made public ahead of a final decision from