The Cross Tay Link Road (CTLR) team has struck up a partnership with Perthshire Women’s Aid. The team will be supporting the charity which helps Perthshire women, children and young people, who are experiencing, or have experienced domestic abuse. This partnership will be delivered through the
The Cross Tay Link Road (CTLR) is the largest infrastructure project Perth and Kinross Council has ever undertaken. Scottish Construction Now editor Kieran Findlay visited the project to find out how detailed design development and changes to construction methodologies have helped BAM Nutt
Plans for the Coire Glas hydro pumped storage scheme have taken a significant step forward with the receipt of tenders for the project’s main construction works. Six shortlisted tenderers from around the world are taking part in the Invitation To Tender (ITT) process to conduct the civil engin
On a large and remote construction site in Shetland, where BAM Nuttall is battling the elements, covering large distances every day, the Trimble and Boston Dynamics integrated robot solution has become man’s newest four-legged friend.
BAM Nuttall has appointed James Walsh to lead the development of social impact and diversity and inclusivity (D&I) in its highways sector. James joins BAM from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee where he developed the social value strategy and evaluation system. His new
Scottish businesses of all sizes will have a unique opportunity to learn about a huge range of contract opportunities on two major construction projects in Fife at a virtual ‘Meet the Buyer’ event on November 4, as part of Fife Business Week. Delegates will hear about the range of opport