Transport for London (TfL) has commissioned infrastructure solutions company, Costain, to provide detailed design and construction services for the second phase of improvements to the A40, one of London’s key east-west arteries.
CICES, the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors, has welcomed its new Chief President, Batsetswe Motsumi. Mr Motsumi replaces outgoing President, Dr Andrew Evans.
Costain, the sustainable infrastructure solutions company has reached another milestone in their work on the A30 Chiverton to Carland Cross dualling scheme in Cornwall. Video footage shows the 32-year-old Tolgroggan bridge between Scorrier and Boxheater near Redruth, being dismantled and removed during a full weekend closure of the road.
Costain, the infrastructure solutions company, will use its environmental expertise to work on 16 sites in Severn Trent’s portfolio. The work, which is worth £79.83m, is within the previously announced framework agreement and part of Severn Trent’s Capital Delivery Framework. It will be delivered over the next four years, straddling both the existing and new regulatory periods (AMP7 & AMP8).
• Traffic has successfully been switched to the new Allerdene bridge • The milestone will optimise traffic flow and enhance connectivity at the Coal House junction
Infrastructure solutions company, Costain, has been selected by Manchester Airports Group to design critical civils upgrades to Manchester, London Stansted and East Midlands airports. These upgrades will improve the quality and safety of customer journeys for the approximately 50 million passengers who use the airports each year.
Company’s latest Carbon Reduction Plan shows big reduction in Scope 1 emissions Scope 2 emissions cut by 19% Emission intensity down by 10%
• One of the UK’s leading construction and engineering firms sets ambitious sustainability targets in its 3 year refinancing to 24 September 2026 • HSBC UK Bank and Lloyds Bank acted as joint sustainability coordinators for the refinancing