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The Stockingfield Bridge in north Glasgow has won the 2022 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award, which recognises civil engineering projects that have made a positive impact on their local communities. The two-way spanning cable-stayed pedestrian and cycle bridge opened e

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Jacobs has been awarded the Design & Project Services Framework with energy utility National Grid in the UK to support their full construction of the Electricity and Gas Transmission cycle. Through the new four-year framework, Jacobs will provide feasibility and survey works, front-end conceptua

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An 80-metre section of the Kincardine Bridge is to be replaced, in a major upgrade for the Category A listed structure. Tender documents were issued on Friday for a contract with an estimated value of £16 million.

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The blueprints to new or improved connections that could increase the number of active travel journeys to and from Dundee amenities and the Western Gateway community have been unveiled in a new study.

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Technology-enabled solutions provider Jacobs has reaffirmed its commitment to responding to the climate change emergency by offering its entire workforce the Climate Solutions Accelerator course, a 90-minute online course designed to educate participants on climate change and the actions that c

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Dundee City Council has appointed consultants Jacobs to investigate active transport links between the Western Gateway and the city’s amenities.

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A Scottish civil engineer is hoping that Lego will choose his design of the Forth Bridge for a future box set after spending a painstaking four months building a 4.7 metre model of the landmark. Michael Dineen, who worked in South Queensferry for two years, went to extraordinary lengths to get

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More people will gain access to engineering and construction education after Glasgow Caledonian University secured £5.4 million to become one of Scotland's largest providers of Graduate Apprenticeships. The funding award, from Skills Development Scotland (SDS), will allow the University to off

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Work to shape the future of Scotland’s transport infrastructure investment has taken a step forward. A contract to support the second Strategic Transport Projects Review (STPR2) has been awarded to a combined team of Jacobs and Aecom.

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