Tuesday 08 May 2018 | Inchyra Hotel, Falkirk It's with great pleasure that we invite you to join us for the Scottish Water 2018 Construction Developer Forum.
Glasgow City Council has given approval to entering into a partnership agreement with Scottish Canals and Scottish Water to deliver the North Glasgow Integrated Water Management System (NGIWMS). This is an innovative system that will use the Forth and Clyde Canal and new technology to tackle the cap
(from left) Pam Ewen, Ian Drummond, Mark McEwen, Nicola Barclay, Cllr Altany Craik, Gordon Nelson, John Mills and Hugh Hall Lochgelly, last year’s winner of Scotland’s Most Improved Town, was the venue of the 11th Fife House Builders Forum this week.
A milestone has been reached on a £100 million Shieldhall Tunnel project in Glasgow. The construction phase on Scotland's biggest waste water tunnel is now complete, with the 1,000-tonne tunnel boring machine (TBM) 'breaking through' in Queen's Park last week.
Gill Henry, head of business development at The Cruden Group and project director of the Social Bite Village In February of this year, Gill Henry, head of business development at The Cruden Group, agreed to take on the role of project director for the Social Bite Village in Edinburgh.
Construction of the biggest waste water tunnel ever to be built in Scotland has reached the half-way stage. Scottish Water’s flagship Shieldhall Tunnel project, in the south of Glasgow, passed the milestone yesterday when the state-of-the-art tunnel boring machine (TBM) building it reached a point
A full investigation has been launched into the cause of an accident which resulted in a worker on the new Aberdeen bypass being taken to hospital yesterday. Emergency crews were called out following reports that the man had become trapped after being crushed by part of a pipe.
Two major projects to tackle flooding that has affected 47 properties in the Springburn area of Glasgow have been completed as part of Scottish Water’s ongoing £250 million upgrade to the city’s waste water infrastructure. The projects, which involved a total investment of more than £16m, will
Lynsey Lennon By Lynsey Lennon, performance team leader - alliance management, Scottish Water
Scottish Water has announced a new £9 million fund to help create solar power projects at its sites across the country. Four contractors have now been selected to develop, design and install photovoltaic (PV) cells to contribute towards national renewable energy targets. The successful companies ar
Scottish Water has appointed Morrison Construction, Coffey Construction and Fastflow Pipeline Services to a £50 million Tier 1 delivery partner framework. Covering its drinking water network assets delivery programme, the deal will see the trio work on drinking water network assets mainly in the ce
A joint venture between Costain and Vinci is to begin on a £100 million waste water tunnel project in Glasgow. Work on the Shieldhall Tunnel scheme has taken a step closer after cabinet secretary Roseanna Cunningham officially launched the 1,000-tonne tunnel boring machine (TBM) at a ceremony last
The City of Edinburgh Council has revealed that the new Portobello High School will open in October this year - three months earlier than expected. The school was originally expected to open this summer but water drainage issues meant a delay until January next year.
Scottish Water is looking for firms to prequalify for two design and build projects at the Daldowie and Dalmarnock sewage treatment works near Glasgow. Each worth £55 million, the two elements may be awarded separately or together. The projects are designed to reduce the impact of discharges to the
Scottish Water is submitting a planning application for a state-of-the-art Waste Water Treatment Works upgrade at its site in Inverurie. If approved, the work will be carried out by Scottish Water’s alliance partner Efficient Service Delivery (ESD), a joint venture between Galliford Try, MWH Treat