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Civil & Structural Projects

  • £30bn plans for London tunnel ring road

    / 14 May /
      The London Mayor revealed his plans to alleviate congestion in central London with a 22-mile-long underground ring road.   Transport for London has been commissioned to explore the feasibility of building the new underground tunnel.
  • Plans approved for Norton Bridge railway flyover

    / 8 April /
      According to Network Rail, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has approved the final phase of a £250m Stafford Area Improvements Programme.   The planned flyover at Norton Bridge, which will help increase capacity a...
  • Network Rail announced £38bn expansion plans

    / 30 March /
      The five-year plan targets the busiest parts of Britain’s rail network and includes the following changes:   Up to 700 more trains a day between major northern cities 20% increase in the capacity of London's commuter...
  • More ambitious plans for HS2 Euston station

    / 18 March /
      In his new report for the government, called HS2 Plus, Sir David Higgins stresses the first stage of the project should be extended to Crewe, instead of merely Birmingham.   He said the construction of a new hub at Crewe was "the right strategic answer".
  • £300m funding for BAE Systems submarine yard

    / 14 March /
      The Defence Secretary, Philip Hammond, announced a £300m investment for BAE Systems’ submarine yard in Cumbria.   The work will include both new infrastructure and the renovation of existing facilities in preparation for th...
  • Carillion Buckingham JV bags £87m Oxford-London rail link

    / 9 March /
      The joint venture between Carillion and Buckingham Group Contracting will design and build the new section of line for alternative link between Oxford and London and the East West Rail scheme to Bedford and Milton Keynes.
  • £30m funding for Heatherwick's Thames 'Garden Bridge'

    / 26 February /
      The proposed design for pedestrian bridge over the River Thames between Temple Station and Queen’s Walk on the South Bank is a product of a joint collaboration between Heatherwick Studio, Dan Pearson Studio and Arup.