Don't forget the environment in the rush for recovery
Ministers are desperate to see ‘shovel-ready’ projects moving - but they need to be 'shovel-worthy’ too.
Arup and Ramboll win regional framework berth with Highways England
Ramboll and Arup win place on six-year regional framework for technical and design support to Highways England.
Taking on the infrastructure delivery challenge
The government needs to work with industry to help drive change and ensure effective delivery.
UK construction must grasp the opportunity for rail freight
There are real opportunities to unlock environmental and economic benefits by increasing the volume of goods transported…
UK needs 'shovel-worthy' projects to make a difference to people's lives
Social value and doing things differently were highlighted at the latest Infrastructure Intelligence Road to Recovery we…
“Think about the future,” says WSP boss
Mark Naysmith, WSP UK chief executive, takes a leadership position on the issue of construction skills.
Chancellor hopes businesses and workers will do their bit to keep economy afloat
Don’t make your staff redundant is the chancellor’s unspoken message to businesses.
Cautious welcome for housing and green recovery steps, but industry expects more
Industry leaders cautiously welcome Rishi Sunak’s summer economic update but expect more in the autumn budget and spendi…
Industry and government launches Construction Talent Retention Scheme
Online portal launched to support redeployment of staff at risk of redundancy across the construction sector.
Arup’s ‘parklet’ approach to reclaiming the streets
A green infrastructure solution to the challenge of social distancing.
Editor’s message and July/August 2020 magazine download
The July/August 2020 digital edition of the Infrastructure Intelligence magazine is now available for download.
West Midlands Interchange set to create 8,500 jobs
Proposed new Strategic West Midlands Interchange is poised to deliver significant benefits to Staffordshire and the west…