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 started to help the process of identifying options for improving transport connections on the A93 from Aberdeen to Banchory. The study, which will particularly focus on active travel and public transport connections, continues the ongoing work of Aberdeen City Council and p
The Outer House of the Court of Session has allowed a proof to determine the true creditors of the incorporated joint venture responsible for the construction of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route in an action of multiplepoinding raised at the instance of the joint venture.
Galliford Try has been ordered by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) to restate its 2018 accounts after an investigation found the company should not have recognised an £80 million claim recoverable from Transport Scotland on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) contract when it did
Consultants have advised Galliford Try to only expect to recover around £100 million from the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) project, the firm revealed today as it reported a £61.5m operating loss for the year ended June 30.
A new book highlighting the artefacts and structures found during archaeological excavations on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie to Tipperty (AWPR/B-T) project is now available to read. The book, a summary of the discoveries called Highway Through History, provides information on land
Galliford Try has again written off exceptional costs from completion delays to the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR), sinking its construction division into the red in the first half of its financial year. In a trading update this morning the contractor reported it had taken a further £
Physical work on the remaining four-and-a-half miles of the Aberdeen bypass has been completed although final safety checks still have to be carried out before the project can fully open, the transport minister has said. Aberdeen Roads Limited (ARL) will undertake further examinations on the Don Cro
Transport Scotland has named Farrans Construction as the preferred contractor to deliver the A90/A96 Haudagain Improvement project in Aberdeen. The firm was named on a final shortlist of two in March alongside Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering Ltd, which pulled out of the running later in the year.
Hopes the final section of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) would open before Christmas have been dashed after the Aberdeen Roads Ltd (ARL) consortium confirmed it will not meet the deadline it set itself just over a fortnight ago. Balfour Beatty and Galliford Try’s consortium told
The Craibstone to Stonehaven and Charleston section of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) will open early on the morning of Wednesday 12 December. This significant new section of road, which includes the A90 between Stonehaven and Craibstone and the A956 between Cleanhill and Charleston, w