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Lack of AEC Collaboration Hitting Project Deadlines


Despite widespread adoption of better AEC industry processes, such as BIM Level 2, research reveals that less than one in ten (8%) AEC professionals feel that the level of cross-stakeholder…

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Offsite Awards success for ‘impressive’ SES Engineering Services


Leading national engineering specialist, SES Engineering Services, has scooped a major prize at the 2016 Offsite Awards, recognising its outstanding use of mechanical and electrical (M&E) pre-fabrication on a pivotal…

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Thousands of well paid energy jobs being ignored

Laura Poole

Despite Brexit fears thousands of jobs in the energy sector are still up for grabs. Under a government initiative to ensure the UK becomes more energy efficient, around 53 million smart…

Beatriz with Dave Bartell of Expert Tooling
Beatriz proves she’s Expert

Jess Ramsey

A young engineer from the North East is proving engineering isn’t a man’s world, after being shortlisted at a prestigious national industry award. Beatriz Martinez, a 27-year-old design engineer at Sunderland-based engineering…

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Boston Manor Park receives essential renovations

Nicola Collins

Boston Manor Park’s path and nature trail has undergone much needed renovations thanks to help from Brentford based business Rudridge. Voluntary group Friends of Boston Manor, who help maintain Boston Manor…

Erol Erturan
Never Mind The Bollards

Steven Wright

CONSTRUCTION professionals can still secure the last remaining places at an upcoming conference that will explore how the built environment is responding to increasing security risks, and how the construction…

Ann Bhatti, Connect Derby manager, leading Marketing Derby Bondholders around the new iHub building
Bondholders turn out for tour of iHub

Donna Hill

Marketing Derby Bondholders turned out in force for a tour of the exciting new iHub innovation centre on Infinity Park. Bondholders were amongst the first to see the cutting edge accommodation…

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Stagecoach Apprentices in Merseyside and Preston Shine Bright

Maria Carr

Two apprentices from Stagecoach Merseyside and South Lancashire have been recognised for outstanding performance at a national awards ceremony. Jack McCloughlin and Thomas Moorby both took two awards at the UK…

Steven Hugill, from The Northern Echo, speaks at the Durham Oktoberfest 2016 panel debate.
Plans for 2017 Durham Oktoberfest have already started

Felicity Collinson

Organisers behind the region’s biggest engineering and manufacturing expo are already making plans for next year – the event’s tenth birthday. On Thursday, last week, hundreds of people from across the region…

Ian Peart from Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group with Ella Tsui-Lau, Head of STEM, Chantelle Dewb
College builds links with leading aerospace group Marshall

Macclesfield College

Two engineering students from Macclesfield College were chosen to participate in a prestigious industry programme run by leading aerospace company Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group in Cambridge. Ella Crews and Agata…

Bex Gill with Sir John Armitt, President of the ICE.
Newcastle engineers gain elite status

Laura Mohan

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has awarded three Newcastle civil engineers with its elite chartered status. Lynsey Gray and Bex Gill, who work for multinational civil engineering firm Arup and…

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16 jobs saved as Bradford engineering business rescued from administration

Nick Hill

Alatas Engineering Limited, the bradford-based provider of mechanical engineering services and hydraulic solutions, has been saved from administration. The firm, based in Low Moor, was acquired in a deal negotiated by…