Workers on the £1.4 billion Queensferry Crossing construction project have reached a new deal with their employers after staging a walk-out in a pay dispute. Around 50 workers, the majority of them employed by Galliford Try, downed tools on the Scottish Government's flagship project yesterday after
Over a quarter of the bridge deck is now in place on the Queensferry Crossing with a year to go before opening. The operation to lift the 750 tonne deck sections into place began in September and 36 are now installed out of the total of 122, meaning 29.5 per cent of the deck is now in place.
The start of deck lifting on the Queensferry Crossing has rounded off a pivotal week for Scotland’s transport network, according to infrastructure secretary Keith Brown. Following the official opening of the Borders Railway, and construction work commencing on the A9 dualling project, the complex
Shepherd Engineering Services has secured a multi-million pound contract to deliver Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) services to the new £1.4 billion Queensferry Crossing over the Firth of Forth in Scotland. The two-year project will see Shepherd deliver MEP systems for the replacement roa
Work on a section of the new £1.4 billion road bridge over the River Forth ground to a halt after a routine concrete pour went wrong. A source on the project said it was “a miracle” no one died when pipes carrying concrete from sea level to an upper deck on the new Queensferry Crossing burst ea
A view of the Forth Bridge, a snap of the Grangemouth oil refinery and a scene from the ongoing work at the new Queensferry Crossing have been shortlisted in the RICS Infrastructure Photography competition. The UK-wide contest showcases the very best in infrastructure photography and was judged by R
Michael Martin Former chief engineer of Morrison Construction, Michael Martin, has been named as project director of Forth Crossing Bridge Constructors (FCBC), the consortium building the £1.4 billion Queensferry Crossing.