Monthly Archives: October 2021

Hitachi Rail awarded contract to design digital signalling solution to improve reliability and safety for Gloucester area

Hitachi Rail and Linbrooke enter into exclusive design stage with Network Rail to develop signalling solution for Gloucester area. New and innovative Hitachi Rail digital signalling technology will improve reliability and safety for the benefit of both passengers and trackside engineers. Contract award is important milestone towards a major multi-million pound project to overhaul signalling […]

Landmark contract creates more than 100 jobs

Skanska Costain STRABAG JV, working to deliver HS2, has awarded a contract for producing precast tunnel segments in a new Hartlepool factory. The landmark contract will see a new factory created on an old oil rig fabrication site in Hartlepool. It is the second such contract awarded for HS2’s London tunnels. Our joint venture partner […]

Amey invests in the next generation workforce across highways contract

Five apprentices have been welcomed into their new roles across Amey’s Area 10 contract, as Highways Maintenance Operatives.   This level 2 apprenticeship programme is being offered by SB Skills Solutions and provides both practical and theoretical training, covering all aspects of highways maintenance.    Account Director on the Amey, Area 10 contract, Lucy Fell said: “We want to invest in […]

Ipsotek, an Atos company, improves Station Safety and Security for Sydney Trains

Ipsotek, an Atos company and a pioneer in artificial intelligence powered video analytics, has today announced the fulfillment of its contract with Sydney Trains, operator of rail services across the metropolitan Sydney area, to increase security capabilities at 13 stations. Following a competitive tendering process, Ipsotek was selected by Sydney Trains to deliver an AI-based […]

Turner & Townsend lands Lower Thames Crossing role

National Highways has chosen Turner & Townsend for the £23.3m commercial partner contract on the Lower Thames crossing. For the next eight years, T&T will take responsibility for commercial and contract management on the £6.8bn Lower Thames Crossing, which will connect Essex and Kent with new roads and a tunnel below river Thames. As commercial […]