Amey has secured additional funding of £759,000 to design a revolutionary Impact Protection Vehicle (IPV), that will protect roadworkers from harm when putting out traffic management on live carriageways.
More than 250 new Amey employees were welcomed to their new roles this week following the announcement by Transport Scotland that the infrastructure and highways services company will be the new provider to inspect, maintain and improve the motorways and trunk roads across the south west of Scotland
Amey has updated its policy on sick pay for self-isolating workers after the firm’s previous description of COVID-19 as “less severe” than influenza was revealed by unions. In an email to negotiators at the GMB union, Simon Schumann-Davies, head of human resources in Amey’s h
The preferred bidders have been named for two improved road maintenance contracts in the south of Scotland worth more than £1.4 billion in total. Bear Scotland Ltd will take over the South East Unit and Amey OW Ltd will operate the South West unit. The new contracts will commence on 16th Augus
Amey has announced the appointment of Amanda Fisher as acting CEO. Ms Fisher is the current managing director of the facilities management, defence and justice (FMDJ) business at Amey and will replace Andy Milner, who is leaving the company after a long career and almost four years in the role of ch
A state-of-the-art tunnel boring machine called Tunnelling Tanya has reached a significant milestone and ‘broken through’ in Paisley ahead of the completion of Scottish Water’s major investment to improve water quality and the natural environment in two local rivers. The TBM broke
Infrastructure firm Amey is being asked to fork out £50 million after taking too long to repair four damaged bollards. Birmingham City Council had initially issued the firm with a £250 fine after it failed to remove the two pairs of bollards within an hour of them first being damaged in
Bridge works specialist Spencer Group has delivered its “hugely challenging” project to complete repair works on the Forth Road Bridge. A team carried out works to replace truss end links which connect the bridge deck to the towers after a fracture caused the closure of the crossing in D
CEOs and directors from 32 energy and utilities employers have launched a sector inclusion commitment to attract more diverse and inclusive talent. Sector employers including Amey, Balfour Beatty, Clancy Docwra, Keltbray, Kier and Morrison Utilities are among the contractors signing up.
CityFibre has reached an agreement with infrastructure provider Amey to extend its 150km network in Edinburgh to homes and businesses across the city. On completion, the £100 million project will extend the state of the art communications infrastructure to over 2100km of network.
The blocks were installed in steps for safe working at height Forth Bridges operating company Amey has completed an unusual project to infill a disused railway tunnel underneath the approach roads north of the Forth Road Bridge.