Environmental Services and Construction News for October
Published: 08 Nov 2011
We have looked at the industry’s recent developments on the Construction News site to bring you a round-up of all the news relevant to your job search in environmental services. With the face of the sector changing all the time, it is of key importance that those entering the industry, or just shifting their position within it, know what’s going on, and how these developments may affect them or the job market as a whole.
London Gateway 'to create 700 construction jobs' in coming months
Around 700 construction jobs will be created in the coming months to enable the London Gateway shipping port to open in two years’ time, it has been announced.
Public sector maintenance provides opportunities
The papers seem to be full of doom and gloom when it comes to public sector projects. However, while perhaps there might be a decline in new build, there is plenty of potential for maintaining what’s already there.
Contractors named on Olympic Park transformation shortlists
Balfour Beatty, BAM Nuttall, Lend Lease and Skanska have been named on two shortlists to deliver Olympic Park transformation post-2012 Games.
Rail Industry sets out £5.6bn investment plans
The rail industry has set out plans for £5.6bn of investment in new schemes between 2014 and 2019.
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