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Consulting engineer Arup will undertake whole lifecycle carbon assessments for all its buildings projects – new and retrofit – from next year and will no longer take on any new energy commissions involving the extraction, refinement, or transportation of hydrocarbon-based fuels

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Communities across Scotland are set to see a significant increase in legacy benefits created by local construction projects with the signing of a new Community Legacy Charter. In signing the charter, SCAPE Scotland and a collective of the nation’s leading construction, civil engineering a

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A specialist survey to inform the final design and construction of the proposed satellite launch site in Sutherland is expected to get under way today on the A’ Mhoine peninsula. Regional development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) plans to establish Space Hub Sutherland as a cor

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Arup is to adopt an innovative hybrid model that will give its 15,500 worldwide employees greater flexibility in deciding how and where they work.   Known as Work Unbound, the new model means that its 6,000 UK-based members will be able to work their hours flexibly over the

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Thousands of staff working at multi-national firm Arup have been instructed to contact their banks and check for unexpected activity after the firm confirmed employees have had their personal details, including bank details, address and name, compromised following a major cyber security attack.

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Scotland's hydrogen sector will receive £100 million over the next five years to support an ambition to generate enough renewable and low-carbon hydrogen to power the equivalent of 1.8 million homes by 2030.

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New research launched by Crown Estate Scotland shows how Scotland’s ports and harbours can "tap into the huge potential" created by the development of offshore wind, as the organisation announced £0.5 million for the sustainable development of the sector.

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A new research report by an email management software for project-based businesses developed by Arup has revealed the lack of capabilities in retrieving information relating to a project across the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industries.

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The Scottish Government has enlisted Arup to undertake an assessment of the potential to use hydrogen within the Scottish energy system. With targets to achieve net-zero energy by 2045, the government is working alongside Scottish Enterprise and Highlands & Islands Enterprise to outline plans to

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Work to transform Paisley Museum into a world-class destination can start next year after planning permission was granted for the £42 million project. Designs by international architects AL_A will turn the Category A-listed Victorian building into a leading European museum telling the unique s

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