More than 60 youngsters from East London boroughs have taken part in a pioneering programme - launched by the companies constructing London’s new super sewer – using the river to inspire young people to achieve their career potential.
Costain has been selected by Transport for London (TfL) to undertake investigation works and to plan the refurbishment of the A40 Westway dual carriageway and the Marylebone flyover - a vital London transport link used by over 96,000 vehicles entering and exiting the capital each day.
The completion of Cheshire’s £192 million A556 Knutsford to Bowdon dual carriageway was marked with an official opening ceremony last week.
Costain has won a new multi-million pound framework agreement from EDF Energy Nuclear Generation to provide a project controls managed service to portfolios and programmes of work across all of EDF Energy’s eight UK nuclear power stations for an initial three year term.
NEC4, the next evolution of the NEC suite of contracts, has been sculpted from 20 years of user feedback and will become available in June 2017 in a move to inspire and enable project collaboration across the UK and internationally.
Around 140 delegates attended Costain’s fifth Cultural Behavioural Management Conference at Stratford Manor Hotel in February.
Costain, the engineering group, deploying technology-based solutions to meet urgent national needs across the UK’s energy, water and transportation infrastructures, announces a strong performance with significant increases in both revenue and underlying operating profit and a recommended 15% increase in the final dividend.
Costain Graduate Civil Engineer and sponsored student, Gemma Small, has won two impressive awards from The Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) and Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) for her final year dissertation, since completing her Civil Engineering degree at the University of Salford.