News tagged Design-and-build
  • Image overhaul needed for engineering careers to achieve gender balance

    Engineering is one of the oldest industries on earth and we’ve marvelled at the people who design and build since the Egyptians and their pyramids. But on the face of it, for those outside of the industry, we haven’t changed much – nor has the… The post Image overhaul needed for engineering careers to achieve gender balance appeared first on New Civil Engineer.

  • Latent defects and appropriate remedial solutions

    David Weare is a partner and Ian Smith is a senior associate at Fladgate LLP The recent decision in St James’s Oncology SPC Ltd v Lendlease Construction provides helpful guidance to PFI-project companies, design and build contractors, and employers generally when dealing with latent-defect claims.… The post Latent defects and appropriate remedial solutions appeared first on Construction News.

  • Contractor fined over open-air site toilet

    Design and Build specialist ignored HSE improvement notice about site welfare facilities

  • Graham picked for new £30m Worcester school

    Worcestershire County Council has selected John Graham Construction to design and build a new secondary school in Worcester.

  • VolkerFitzpatrick wins £50M contract to rebuild abandoned Portishead railway line

    Network Rail has awarded the £50M design and build contract for the restoration of the abandoned Portishead Branch Line to VolkerFitzpatrick. The post VolkerFitzpatrick wins £50M contract to rebuild abandoned Portishead railway line appeared first on New Civil Engineer.

Resources tagged Design-and-build
  • Metroun Quantity Surveying - JCT Design & Build Contract Options, 30122020

    This video will explain the Design & Build contract OPTIONS from the most recent version of the JCT Contract, 2016

  • Design & Architecture: London’s Newest Railway

    The Elizabeth line is the most significant addition to London’s transport network in a generation. The railway spans 41 stations, including 10 new stations from Paddington to Abbey Wood. Julian Robinson, Crossrail’s Head of Architecture, and Andy Byford, TfL Commissioner discuss what the Elizabeth line will mean to London, the process of designing a new railway and important features of Elizabeth line stations which will make everyone’s journeys as easy, comfortable and safe as possible.

  • Design & Architecture: Paddington Elizabeth line station

    The design of the Elizabeth line station at Paddington was inspired by the work of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Matthew Digby Wyatt in the Grade I listed mainline station. The new station incorporates the DNA of their original grand design, with a build based on Brunel’s 10-foot grid pattern, and a design that makes the most of daylight; resulting in a contemporary and elegant addition to the mainline building.

  • First iconic purple Elizabeth line roundels installed

    One hundred and ten years on from the installation of the first roundel sign at St James’s Park Underground station, the latest version of Transport for London’s (TfL’s) historic design has begun to make an appearance across London’s newest railway – the Elizabeth line. The first new roundels have been installed at stations including Tottenham Court Road, Farringdon and Custom House in a significant milestone for Europe’s largest infrastructure project.

  • Platform for design: Farringdon station

    Lead architects have worked with multidisciplinary teams of engineers, urban realm designers and operators to deliver stations that best serve the communities they serve. Each new station has been designed to respond to its unique setting and community, from streetscapes to concourses and ticket halls. At platform level a more consistent design spans the route to aid interchange and way finding.

Posts tagged Design-and-build

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