Queensferry Crossing

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The Queensferry Crossing and West Dunbartonshire Council’s new office were among the winners as more than 90 of the UK’s most outstanding and community beneficial property schemes went head-to-head for top national accolades at the RICS Awards Grand Final.

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A viewing platform could be built 100 metres above the River Forth as part of efforts to boost visitor numbers to the iconic Forth bridges. A ten-year strategy has been launched to promote the Forth Rail Bridge, the Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing and to attract people to the area for

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Galliford Try is to undertake a strategic review of its construction arm that will reduce the size of the business after issuing a fresh profit warning this morning. The firm said the review will focus on its key strengths in markets and sectors with sustainable prospects for profitability and growt

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The improved reliability of travel in the key strategic link between the Lothians and Fife has been outlined in the latest Queensferry Crossing data from Transport Scotland. Since the £1.35 billion cable-stayed bridge opened there have been 20 occasions when the Forth Road Bridge (FRB) would h

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A major new educational resource has been unveiled utilising 3D digital surveys of the three Forth Bridges. This pioneering use of cutting-edge technologies by leading Scottish heritage institutions aims to inspire a new generation of scientists and engineers.

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Queensferry Crossing from south. Image reproduced courtesy of Transport Scotland The delivery of the Queensferry Crossing project has been given a clean bill of health from Audit Scotland for being managed effectively and delivering value for money, though a clearer plan is needed to measure its wid

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Engineering specialist SES Engineering Services (SES) is celebrating after winning three industry awards recognising its world-class offsite manufacturing capabilities and MEP installation at the Queensferry Crossing as well as its outstanding health and safety record on stand-out UK projects. The c

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A list of 23 jobs which are needed to be done before the Queensferry Crossing project is finally declared finished has been released by Transport Scotland. The works, which are scheduled to take until at least September to complete, include concrete, painting and various maintenance tasks.

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National engineering specialist SES Engineering Services (SES) has opened its second Scotland office in Edinburgh. The business, which recently completed its multi-million pound Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) project on the iconic Queensferry Crossing, has established itself as a key prov

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