Project Scotland

Civil engineering

Residents to benefit from Irvine road project

CONSTRUCTION has been completed on a major road project in Irvine, paving the way for a new residential development opportunity. Robertson Civil Engineering …

Robertson lays the groundwork for refurbishment project

ROBERTSON has started enabling works on a £12 million project at the University of Edinburgh’s Darwin building.  The work will last 18 months, with …

Gaining Ground

GROUNDFORCE is one of the country’s leading suppliers of rental equipment, specialising in specific sectors of the construction industry – mainly …

Nationwide campaign shines a light on civil engineering

CIVIL engineering projects from across the UK are taking part in a special campaign over the next fortnight, to show the public the positive impact civil …

Helensburgh transformation strikes a CHORD with locals

PHASE Two of the Helensburgh CHORD project is well underway. The aim is to improve the appearance of the town and stimulate economic regeneration. Phase Two …

Wick apprentice is named top Scot

21-year-old Craig Harvey, from Wick, was crowned Scotland’s top Civil Engineering Apprentice at the SBATC Apprentice of the Year awards. The title was …

Sensors power next generation SHM in civil engineering applications

Sherborne Sensors’ Mike Baker examines how field-proven sensor technology lies at the heart of Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) innovation. STRUCTURAL …

Scottish super-quarry gets connected for the first time

Europe’s largest quarry predicts boost in productivity thanks to satellite broadband installation from Scottish Company, Internet Anywhere It’s the largest …

There’s life in the old girl yet

IN 2009, the Forth Estuary Transport Authority embarked on a competitive tender process for an estimated £15m package of works for the approach viaduct bridge …