COVID Won’t Go Away Freedom Day finally arrives this week but only last week the Construction Leaders Council advised contractors & construction companies that masks should still be worn in canteens and site offices. The CLC warns against relaxation of social distancing rules and encourages the continuation of protective worn equipment such as masks in enclosed spaces such as welfare facilities and on public transport. Meanwhile, a wave of NHS Test &a
£1bn Midlands Logistics Site Canadian developer Oxford Partners & multi-national Logistics Capital Partners will invest £1bn in the new West Midlands Interchange which has approval for 8 million square feet of logistics space. Construction is expected to start in 2022 and complete in 2023 with warehouses ranging from 200k to a million square feet, up to 30 metres high. The roofs will be able to be fitted with solar panels for renewable energy.
Controversial £100m Middlegate Water Treatment Plant Contract up for Grabs Anglian Water will hold a supplier information day on 7 July for interested bidders to deliver long term water supplies to the region. The project will use a design, build, finance and operate (DBFO) model, a public-private partnership that is a high-risk high-cost alternative to traditional design and build contract, placing much risk on the contractor and costing a price that refl
About this event How can you use Private 5G services to simplify and streamline operations, better utilise resources, increase performance / productivity and lower overheads? Increasing capacity by becoming more efficient, using common infrastructure, flexibility and scalability are must-haves for the future of manufacturing. Put simply, 5G can deliver more opportunities for people and business. In this exclusive online event, we'll discuss: ...