Breedon Aggregates has won a deal to supply drystone, ready-mixed concrete and asphalt to the £35 million first stage of the A9 dualling project. The contract from Wills Bros John Paul JV Limited is valued at up to £10 million.
A design contract notice worth up to £50 million for the A96 Dualling programme has been published today. Covering around 29 miles of the western section of the A96 east of Auldearn to east of Fochabers, the contract follows the award earlier this year of a major design contract worth £30m for the
Construction work started yesterday on the £3 billion A9 Dualling programme between Inverness and Perth. The Scottish Government’s flagship infrastructure investment project will see around 80 miles of upgraded road being delivered by 2025, with work beginning on the five-mile long section betwee
A9 near Dalwhinnie An exciting new educational initiative is being launched which will give pupils in schools along the A9 between Perth and Inverness the opportunity to learn more about the massive engineering project, apply mathematical, scientific and design aspects of the scheme to their schoolw
Fugro has commenced ground investigations along a 45.8-kilometre section of the A9 road, under a £2.5million contract for Transport Scotland. The contract is for an advanced phase of ground investigation of the superficial deposits and bedrock along the A9, from Pass of Birnam to Glen Garry.
Infrastructure secretary Keith Brown Construction work signalling the start of the A9 Dualling Programme moved a step closer yesterday with confirmation of the intention to award the first major contract to a joint venture of Wills Bros Civil Engineering and John Paul Construction.
Keith Brown The next stage of the project to dual the A9 between Perth and Inverness has begun.
Jacobs UK Ltd has been awarded a £30 million contract to take forward work for the first section of the A96 dualling programme.
Derek MacKay Transport minister Derek Mackay visited Kincraig today to view the progress being made to construct the first stretch of the A9 Dualling Programme between Perth and Inverness.
A joint venture of Atkins and Mouchel has secured the last of three design contracts in the project to upgrade the A9 to a dual carriageway. The £40 million contract involves design work for the road between Dalraddy and Inverness.
Keith Brown Transport Scotland has announced the names of four bidders competing to win the contract to deliver the first A9 dualling scheme between Kincraig and Dalraddy.