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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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Raeburn Drilling and Geotechnical Ltd has been awarded a near £4 million ground investigation contract for the next phase of the A9 dualling programme. The work will encompass the 6-mile stretch of the route between Tomatin and Moy, the most northerly section of the programme.

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Further work to improve the A737 moved a step closer this week with the decision by Transport Scotland to award the construction contract to Interserve as part of a £9 million project to realign a stretch of the key route. The A737 The Den Realignment will see the firm construct a one kilometre sec

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Transport Scotland is inviting tenders for two new road maintenance contracts worth over £930 million. The procurement process for the next generation of South West and South East Unit contracts was formally notified with the issue of the Prior Information Notices (PINs) to the Official Journal of

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Remedial works needed to correct defects on the new River Don bridge will not cause further delays to the completion of the Aberdeen bypass, according to Transport Scotland. The transport body confirmed that repairs were required after “minor defects” were identified in the new crossing in Dyce.

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Transport Scotland has removed route options for the A96 Dualling Hardmuir to Fochabers scheme following a public engagement exercise. Discussions with local communities, road users and other stakeholders have resulted in the following route option elements no longer being considered:

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Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has urged the Scottish Government to investigate “extremely serious allegations” regarding safety issues on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) construction project.

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Galliford Try has indicated that the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) remains on course for practical completion this summer but the firm expects to face additional costs due to delays. The £745 million project to build a 28-mile bypass around Aberdeen, already subject to delays and having

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Transport Scotland has entered into a multi-supplier framework agreement for advance works as part of the A9 Dualling Programme. The first contract to be awarded under this framework agreement was awarded to Perth-based civil engineering firm I&H Brown Limited for demolition works on the Luncart

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The expected opening of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) project has been deferred until Autumn 2018 – six months later than planned, economy secretary Keith Brown has confirmed. The consortium tasked with delivering the £745 million project Aberdeen Roads Limited (ARL) said the impac

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A new Masterplan is to be developed to outline a long term vision Edinburgh’s Waverley Station. The Waverley Masterplan will consider the future growth anticipated at the station, the impact of city centre developments on how people use it and how it can play its part in the continued success of S

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Another £80 million is set to be invested into new plans being taken forward for the regeneration of Queen Street Station in Glasgow. Working in partnership with various stakeholders, Scottish Ministers have decided to progress a greatly enhanced development at the North Hanover Street car park sit

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A map showing the path of the new road A new road linking Musselburgh with the new Shawfair community and Danderhall is set to reduce road traffic through Millerhill village by as much as 80% when it opens towards the end of this year.

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