Monday21 April 2014

Infrastructure costs

Rail: Doncaster Gateway - Balfour beatty

Civils firms warn recovery remains 'fragile'

6 Feb 14

Latest Civil Engineering Contractors Association survey warns growth in the infrastructure sector has begun to slow


Infrastructure: UK rail

10 Dec 13

Challenging efficiency targets are driving radical changes in the way that rail assets are managed. EC Harris report on Network Rail’s expenditure plans for the next five years


Global Infrastructure: Light rail

19 Sep 13

Key issues and benchmark costs of the rapidly growing light railway market

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Infrastructure: Combined cycle gas turbine plants

11 Jul 13

Unless new electricity generating capacity is built soon there will be an energy security crisis in the UK. Barbra Carlisle and Paul Webber of EC Harris examine the role of gas in electricity generation


Infrastructure: Water companies

02 November 2012

Water companies are changing their business models and the way in which they work with their construction partners. Simon Rawlinson and Mike Nugent of EC Harris examine the water industry’s growing focus on whole life performance


Infrastructure: Biomass energy

16 March 2012

The biomass sector is gaining momentum and should prove easier for construction firms to break into than either off-shore wind or nuclear energy. Simon Rawlinson of EC Harris and John Busby of Arcadis examine this emerging market


Infrastructure: Nuclear decomissioning

21 Mar 13

David Hayes, Barbra Carlisle and Simon Rawlinson of EC Harris examine how the UK’s £3bn-a-year programme is evolving to deliver greater certainty and value for money


Infrastructure costs: Airports

29 June 2012

As the debate on UK runway capacity gets ever more intense, all of the UK’s airports are focusing on how they can use their existing assets more effectively. Paul Willis and Simon Rawlinson of EC Harris review the key issues affecting infrastructure replacement and enhancement


Spotlight: Major infrastructure

03 February 2012

Vast civil engineering projects such as Crossrail are likely to keep concrete producers busy over the next couple of years, and lengthen lead times for diaphragm wall construction, says Brian Moone

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