Infrastructure market reports

  • Global infrastructure: Aviation
    Features

    Global infrastructure: Aviation

    2014-09-18T06:00:00Z

    What can cost, time and functional metrics tell you about delivering a capital programme in the aviation sector? David Crewe of Turner Townsend explains why it makes sense to reach beyond the traditional measures of development efficiency

  • Foster Estuary Airport
    News

    Estuary airport option ‘would be worst polluter’

    2013-11-15T06:00:00Z

    Consultant says Foster plan would produce 63% more CO2 in 35 years than Constellation plan

  • High speed rail
    Features

    High Speed 2: full speed ahead

    2011-05-13T00:00:00Z

    High Speed 2 is a project people love to hate. But it would reduce train overcrowding, boost business and pump billions into the construction industry

  • rail
    Features

    All change: The rail sector

    2011-04-15T00:00:00Z

    The rail sector is embarking on a journey of disruption, change and uncertainty, with Network Rail’s transformation at the centre of it all. But having dodged the worst of the spending cuts, the sector could become a highly sought-after destination – for those who can handle the risk

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    Features

    David Penfold on Sainsbury’s waste strategy

    2010-09-24T00:00:00Z

    David Penfold is a driven man: he has to cut Sainsbury’s waste to as close to zero as possible. And given the amount of activity that the store engages in, he needs good ideas and even better suppliers.

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    Features

    Five best countries for water infrastructure work

    2010-09-24T00:00:00Z

    Over the next 10 years, mankind will spend £500bn on water works. Chloe Stothart picks the five best countries to look for your share of it

  • Emily Wright grey 91
    Comment

    Waste and water markets: Filling the gap

    2010-09-24T00:00:00Z

    In our latest infrastructure market report we explore the hidden worlds of water and waste

  • The Daveyhulme waste water treatment plant in Manchester uses bio gas from human waste to power the plant.
    Features

    Market overview: waste and water sectors

    2010-09-24T00:00:00Z

    With regulation driving investment and resource efficiency in the waste and water sectors, Matthew Hicks and Andrew Wheeler of Davis Langdon examine how the UK’s obligations are going to be met, and what the opportunities are for consultants and contractors

  • Roxane
    Features

    On the menu

    2010-07-09T00:00:00Z

    With the private sector still subsisting on scraps and the non-infrastructure public sector just grateful that its provisions weren’t cut any further in the emergency Budget, the infrastructure market represents a veritable feast at the moment. So welcome to the latest in our infrastructure market

  • Aviation
    Features

    Infrastructure markets: saving grace

    2010-07-09T00:00:00Z

    If there was one sliver of comfort in the Budget, it was that there were no further cuts to infrastructure spending. Victoria Jackson of Davis Langdon surveys the work that will be on offer in the years ahead