The last project in a programme of wastewater infrastructure works across Scotland has successfully completed an urban flood prevention scheme that will protect central Lanark and properties in the area from flooding.
Footway and road safety improvements on the A78 at the Ardgowan Road in Wemyss Bay have begun. The work is being undertaken by Amey, on behalf of Transport Scotland as part of the Network Management Contract for the South-West Trunk Road Unit.
Infrastructure services and engineering company Amey has announced the winners of its employee-focused springboard to net zero campaign aimed at generating innovative ideas to help the business reach its carbon reduction ambitions.
Infrastructure services and engineering company Amey has appointed James Holmes to take responsibility for its rail infrastructure operations. As the new rail sector director, Mr Holmes will be an integral part of the Transport Infrastructure Executive Team. With a clear strategic focus for the
Engineering consultancy Amey Consulting has officially launched a workplace wellbeing app. The move follows a successful large-scale pilot involving 300 employees that generated nearly 1,300 in-app conversations about mental health and a 22% increase in social connectedness over the pilot perio
Amey Consulting has won a place on Scotland Excel's £72.5 million Civil Engineering and Technical Consultancy Framework. Spanning four years, the framework is open to 32 local Scottish authorities as well as several other Scottish public sector organisations.