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A resurfacing and civils firm based in Renton, West Dunbartonshire, has secured a major framework with Network Rail to provide surfacing across its Scotland route for the next five years. The Tier 1 contract was secured by Complete Paving Requirements (Scotland) Limited (CPR) which will provide

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A £2.3 million project to strengthen and re-paint two bridges in the southside of Glasgow will get underway this month. Network Rail is carrying out the essential improvement works on Queen Mary Avenue and Albert Road, next to Crosshill Station, from June until November. The work is designed t

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Network Rail is delivering a new £33 million train depot and staff accommodation facilities within the existing Cadder railway yard, between Bishopbriggs and Lenzie, as part of the Scottish Government’s ongoing investment in Scotland’s railway.

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Network Rail has submitted plans to redevelop a former car park to provide new operational and passenger facilities at Glasgow's Queen Street Station. Located in the area off North Hanover Street, the new concourse will house passenger facilities — including retail and food/drin

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Network Rail and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) have today announced Edinburgh-based architectural practice 7N Architects as the winner of their railway station design competition. The contest sought architects, engineers and designers from across the world to reimagine how small t

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Work is now under way to build the new Reston station in the Scottish Borders. Following successful completion of preparatory work, primarily diverting an existing water main, the team on site have now started work to create the embankments for the new station platforms.

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Network Rail has launched an appeal for applications to become engineering apprentices in Inverness and Helmsdale in the Highlands. To mark Scottish Apprenticeship Week, Network Rail is highlighting its openings for apprentice engineers, who will learn and receive expert training and on-the-job expe

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Network Rail has appointed Mott MacDonald as the design contractor for the Edinburgh Waverley Masterplan.  The £900,000 contract, awarded by Network Rail on behalf of the Masterplan partners, will involve design work to assess and select the most appropriate options for the various elemen

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