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Scottish Water has extended its contract with m2, a joint venture (JV) between Stantec UK and Mott MacDonald, for the provision of technical consultancy support services. The m2 JV will continue to strengthen its collaboration and provide support to the development and delivery of Scottish Water&rsq

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International engineering, design and project management business Stantec has acquired independent UK planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore as it continues in a buy and build strategy.

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Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) has received planning permission to build 89 new homes on a former lorry depot site at Locharbriggs. Designed by Collective Architecture, the development forms part of the Association's plan to deliver 800 affordable homes across the region

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Highly-experienced transport director John Owens has joined the UK transport team at Stantec as director of roads. Supporting the development of Stantec’s transport service offering and the growth of the UK transport team, his role will see him working with major clients, contractors and local

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A high level feasibility study into the construction of a bridge or tunnel across the Corran Narrows in West Lochaber has concluded that a fixed link is a viable proposition from an engineering, planning and economic perspective that deserves more detailed examination and costing.

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A study is underway into the feasibility of replacing Scotland’s second busiest ferry service with a fixed link bridge or tunnel. The Highland Council, HITRANS and Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) are joint funding the study at the Corran Narrows in Lochaber.

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