Construction work to replace the Grade A-listed A939 Gairnshiel Bridge will begin in earnest this month. The A939 road from Gairnshiel Lodge eastwards towards Ballater is due to close for two weeks from Monday, August 22.
A new 5km road will improve road safety and air quality in Maybole while offering more reliable journey times on the A77, transport minister Jenny Gilruth said yesterday as she opened the town's new bypass.
New bridges, roads, cycling and pedestrian routes are all under construction at the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS) in Renfrewshire and expected to be open in May 2021 as Wills Bros Civil Engineering delivers the infrastructure underpinning the development. The Glasgow Ai
Transport Scotland has hailed the “significant progress” made in constructing the A77 Maybole Bypass since Michael Matheson, cabinet secretary for transport, infrastructure and connectivity, marked the start of work in May last year.
A major infrastructure contract has been awarded to improve the vital South West A77 route. Wills Bros Civil Engineering Limited has won a £31.5 million construction contract to build the Maybole Bypass on the A77.
A £21 million construction contract has been approved to create the connections underpinning a major innovation district being developed in Renfrewshire. The Glasgow Airport Investment Area project will see new roads, bridges, cycleways and footpaths being built to connect into a site at the c
Wills Bros Civil Engineering has been awarded a £1.96 million contract to design and construct a new public transport bridge linking the north end of Inverness Campus with the Inverness Retail and Business Park. Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is leading the development of the campus and the
Four bidders have been shortlisted for the £9 million improvement project on the A9 at Berriedale Braes and have been invited to participate in the next stage of the procurement competition. The successful bidders for this key project are: RJ McLeod (Contractors) Ltd, Morrison Construction, Roadbri
The first section of dual-carriageway to be built as part of the A9 dualling programme will be open to traffic in the coming days as companies bidding to construct the next sections are revealed. Cabinet secretary for economy, jobs and fair work, Keith Brown, announced the news during a visit to ins