The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has awarded its first Chartered Infrastructure Engineer (CIE) title to Chris Landsburgh, a decarbonisation director at infrastructure consulting firm AECOM, based in Glasgow. Chris has been involved in the infrastructure sector for over 10 years and specialis
AECOM has become a party and signatory to the Defence Estate Optimisation (DEO) Portfolio Service Alliance Contract. The company will provide technical oversight of the design and build elements of the DEO portfolio in Scotland and North England over circa seven years, having been awarded the Techni
Infrastructure consulting firm AECOM has officially opened its new Bothwell Street office in Glasgow. The new office brings together AECOM’s Glasgow team on one site and is one of the first major office redevelopments AECOM has undertaken for its staff to reflect the new employee preference fo
Dunfermline-based Deanestor has been awarded its largest contract to date in the education sector – a £5 million project for BAM to manufacture furniture and fit out the two high schools on the new Dunfermline Learning Campus. The Deanestor team will supply and install more than 42,000 i
North Lanarkshire Council has published details of a proposed housing development in Wishaw. The council is now seeking planning permission for nine flats to be built on the site of Wishaw Methodist Church in Caledonian Road.
A water and wastewater sectors service provider has promoted from within to fill the position leading Scottish Water’s DV2 contract. Steven McCulloch steps into the role of supporting the delivery of one of Scotland’s biggest capital investment non-infrastructure programmes.
A public consultation has started to help the process of identifying options for improving transport connections on the A947 from the Parkhill junction on the bypass (AWPR) to the A96 junction at Bucksburn including through Dyce.
A public consultation has begun into four design options for a new active travel bridge crossing at Banff for pedestrians and cyclists. Early last year, Aberdeenshire Council commissioned a study to explore options for a new crossing at the River Deveron between Banff and Macduff.