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Council delays project after only attracting one bid

MORAY Council has confirmed that repairs to a road near Keith wont be fixed this year, after the project only attracted one bid. The A95...

Galvanic anodes provide link to long-term repair

The availability of effective concrete repair and protection systems is vital to the upkeep of bridges. Jamie Squires, product manager at Sika, looks at...

Sustainability through durability

This article contains paid-for content created in collaboration with Total UK – Bitumen Division. Rick Ashton, market development manager at Total UK – Bitumen Division,...

Contractor wanted for next phase of £3 billion A9 dualling project

THE procurement process for the most northerly section of the Scottish Government's £3 billion programme to dual the A9 between Perth and Inverness has...

Upkeep issues could leave Scotland-Northern Ireland bridge idea all washed up

A specialist in ageing infrastructure has cast doubt on the practicalities of constructing a bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland. The idea of a ‘fixed...

Council formally expresses ‘deep concern’ over impact of road closures

ARGYLL and Bute Council has formally expressed its 'deep concern' over the impact of closures to the A83 Rest and Be Thankful and the...

Contractor sought for £115m phase of £3bn project to dual A9

TRANSPORT Scotland has commenced the procurement for the £115 million contract for the next phase of the £3 billion A9 dualling programme. The contract will...

Green light for new £1.8m bridge at Lossiemouth East Beach

PLANNING approval has been granted for the build of a new £1.8 million bridge at Lossiemouth East Beach. The new crossing is to be situated...

Road connections between Motherwell and Ravenscraig to be upgraded

PLANS to upgrade the road connections between Motherwell and Ravenscraig have been approved. The blueprint includes a new signalised roundabout at Airbles Road/Windmillhill Street as...

Scottish university to reuse energy trapped in bridges

ENERGY trapped within bridges is to be harvested and reused in a major new international project led by Heriot-Watt University. Traffic and wind regularly causes...

Trains to return to Borders village for first time in half a century

PLANNING approval has been granted for the build of a train station in the Scottish Borders in the village of Reston. A two-platform Network Rail...

A-listed 19th century bridge receives £1.3m renovation

THE A-listed Mauldslie Bridge in South Lanarkshire has been strengthened and preserved following a £1.3 million renovation project. Owned by Scottish Water, the bridge crosses...

Tackling flooding and potholes ‘big priorities’ for Fife Council

NEW plans have been unveiled by Fife Council to tackle flooding and potholes in the constituency. The local authority said it will put £5.45 million...

Ground specialist eyes ‘steady’ Scottish growth

AARSLEFF Ground Engineering MD Kevin Hague is targeting ‘steady’ growth in Scotland as the business responds to its third significant challenge in recent years. Aarsleff...

Early September completion date targeted for ‘complex’ A68 repair job

BEAR Scotland has said it aims to complete repairs to the A68 near Fala by early September. A severe weather incident on August 12 resulted...

Glasgow’s cycling network set for £4.8m boost

GLASGOW'S cycle network is set to be boosted after the city's council confirmed that up to £4.8 million of a new grant is to...

The missing link: overcoming buildability challenges to deliver concrete bridge

CCL tells Project Scotland about its role in a project to reduce the number of vehicles on Congleton’s roads and boost the local economy...

Contract awarded for construction of £358,000 all-abilities path in Inverness

A £358,000 contract has been awarded to Pat Munro Ltd for the construction of a new all-abilities path at Inshes Park in Inverness. The Highland...

Green light for biggest ever single roads and infrastructure investment in North Lanarkshire

THE biggest single roads and infrastructure investment in North Lanarkshire's history has been given the go ahead. Glasgow city region cabinet approved the £190 million...

Balfour Beatty to deliver new Edinburgh cycle route

BALFOUR Beatty is to lead a £13 million project to create an active travel route linking the east and west of Edinburgh. The City of...
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