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First new Type 26 frigate is named as steel cutting begins on the Clyde

Added: 2 hours ago by Royal Navy

The first new Type 26 frigate to be built for the Royal Navy will be named HMS Glasgow, it has been announced today.

Royal Navy sailors lend a hand to flooded village

Added: 2 hours ago by Royal Navy

Sailors from Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose rolled up their sleeves today to help villagers clean up Coverack following a devastating flash flood earlier this week. Bracing the wet weather on the...

HMS Albion welcomed back into the fleet by royal guest

Added: 2 hours ago by Royal Navy

Ship's sponsor Princess Anne was welcomed on board the Plymouth-based warship today as the guest of honour for the ship’s rededication.

CEK (Carillion, Eiffage, Kier) joint venture awarded two HS2 Lots worth £1.4 bn

Added: 6 hours ago by Carillion

Carillion, the integrated support services company, is pleased to announce that the CEK joint venture partnership consisting of Carillion, Eiffage and Kier, has been successful in its bid for the...

Balfour Beatty joint venture to be awarded HS2 contracts valued at c. £2.5 billion

Added: 6 hours ago by Balfour Beatty

Balfour Beatty,the international infrastructure group, today announces its notification of intent to be awarded two contracts by High Speed 2 (HS2), worth a combined total of c. £2.5 billion.

High speed two "minded to award" Costain contracts

Added: 6 hours ago by Costain

Costain, the engineering group, announces that it has been informed by High Speed Two Ltd ("HS2") that it is "minded to award" Costain, in joint venture, two Main Work Civil Construction packages.

WRc launch new ‘One Stop Shop’ for water meter testing

Added: 3 days ago by WRc

Independent water meter testing from 15mm to 150mm WRc has commissioned a new water meter test rig to enhance their established meter testing capabilities. The new rig provides additional capacity...

WRc puts staff development first, offering ‘Introduction to the Water Industry’ course for new starters

Added: 3 days ago by WRc

At WRc we pride ourselves on the staff development initiatives that are available. As we often employ recent graduates, our new starters may have little prior experience of the sectors WRc...

WRc carries out successful SmartBall and PipeDiver Surveys for Caledonia Water Alliance on behalf of Scottish Water

Added: 3 days ago by WRc

SmartBall (leak detection) and PipeDiver (pipe condition) surveys were carried out on a section of concrete water main. Although detailed processing of the pipe condition data is still ongoing,...

Build better, more affordably, and sustainably

Added: 5 days ago by Cundall

Guest blogger, Lydia Dutton, is Co-Founder of tech start up LOOP – a circular economy platform for the built environment. Prior to LOOP, Lydia led sustainability at Argent – with...

MoD Announces New £135m Contract For RAF Marham

Added: 6 days ago by Royal Air Force

The Ministry of Defence has announced a £135 million contract to support the new fast jets at RAF Marham.

RAF Henlow Could Become 'Blue Abyss' Space And Sea Centre

Added: 6 days ago by Royal Air Force

A new £120m facility for space and deep sea research could be developed at RAF Henlow which is earmarked to close in 2020.

MoD Announces £40m 'Cutting-Edge' Improvements To RAF Typhoons royal

Added: 6 days ago by Royal Air Force

RAF Typhoon fighter jets will get a fresh £40 million investment in technology to improve their defences, Sir Michael Fallon has announced.

HMS Montrose returns to sea

Added: 1 week ago by Royal Navy

The latest frigate to complete her a refit in Devonport sailed for the first time in almost 3 years on Friday (7th July).

'God of the Sea' ready to protect V-boats and Queen Elizabeth from 2020

Added: 1 week ago by Royal Navy

The decade-long gap in providing 'long-range ears' for the Silent Service will be plugged with the arrival of the first new maritime patrol aircraft from 2020.

Shaping the construction site of the future

Added: 1 week ago by Caterpillar

Wondering what the future hold in terms of technology? According to Bob De Lange, for Caterpillar and its products, the possibilities are endless.

Cat Excavator Makes Appearance in Transformers: The Last Knight.

Added: 1 week ago by Caterpillar

Audiences will spot the Cat excavator among the vehicles hiding in an auto salvage yard along with Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) and a group of the heroic Autobots.

INEOS Oxide announces that it has completed the acquisition of Arkema's Oxo Alcohol Business

Added: 1 week ago by INEOS

INEOS Oxide today announced that, following clearance by the European Commission, it has completed the acquisition of Arkema’s Oxo alcohol business, which included the acquisition of...

INEOS Styrolution presents StyLight at K 2016 – a new generation of thermoplastic composites

Added: 1 week ago by INEOS

INEOS Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, will present StyLight*, its first thermoplastic composite based on styrenic polymers, at K 2016, 19 - 26 October 2016, Düsseldorf. The...

Rolls-Royce robots will help engineers remotely repair jet engines

Added: 1 week ago

Engineers will soon be able to repair jet engines from thousands of miles away. Researchers from Nottingham University are working with Rolls-Royce to develop robots that can perform remote repairs...

Made of the right ‘material’ – Meet Jenny

Added: 1 week ago by Sellafield Ltd

We recently took some time to chat with Jenny, a Materials Engineer, currently on our Graduate Scheme working within Technical. Jenny studied Materials Science & Metallurgy at The...

Challenging the sySTEM – Meet Charlotte

Added: 1 week ago by Sellafield Ltd

Meet Charlotte our Graduate System Engineer We interviewed Charlotte – A system engineer currently on our Graduate Scheme about her time at Sellafield so far. Charlotte discussed how her...

Placement Scheme set Matt up for Scholarship

Added: 1 week ago by Sellafield Ltd

Hinton House based industrial placement engineer Matthew Walker is one of just 30 recipients of the prestigious Engineering Leadership Scholarship from the Royal Academy of Engineering.

A first for Britain

Added: 1 week ago by INEOS

The INEOS Insight, today arrived at Grangemouth near Falkirk in Scotland carrying 27,500m3 of ethane from US shale fields. This is the first time that ethane from US shale gas has ever been shipped...

INEOS Top the UKs 2016 Team leaderboard for Movember Foundation

Added: 1 week ago by INEOS

The company raised £33,000 to help tackle some of the biggest health issues faced by men today.

INEOS to build “Uncompromising” 4 x 4 off-roader

Added: 1 week ago by INEOS

INEOS is prepared to invest “many hundreds of millions” producing the new vehicle and hopes this could be done in the UK

INEOS completes construction of its new, state of the art Grangemouth Headquarters as part of its site rejuvention plan

Added: 1 week ago by INEOS

The new multi-million pound building is part of the long term investment being made by INEOS into its Grangemouth site.

RAF Typhoons on NATO Exercise in Hungary

Added: 2 weeks ago by Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force Typhoons deployed to Romania have taken part in a major NATO exercise in Hungary.

RAF soar over Buckingham Palace for HM The Queen's Birthday

Added: 2 weeks ago by Royal Air Force

On Saturday, 17 June 2017, 29 Royal Air Force Aircraft soared over Buckingham Palace, Central London, in an impressive flypast to mark the annual Queen’s Birthday Parade.

First nine-ship for 2017 Red Arrows team

Added: 2 weeks ago by Royal Air Force

THE 2017 Red Arrows team have flown their first “nine-ship” ahead of this year’s display season.

RAF Tornados join NATO partners to put defences to the test

Added: 2 weeks ago by Royal Air Force

1,100 personnel and 48 aircraft from 7 NATO nations, including the RAF’s 31 Sqn “The Goldstars,” have descended on Leeuwarden Air Force Base in the Netherlands for the start of...

Identity of F-35 Lightning Training Squadron Announced

Added: 2 weeks ago by Royal Air Force

The squadron which will train future Royal Air Force and Royal Navy F-35B Lightning pilots at RAF Marham has been announced as 207 Squadron.

INEOS IS BACK IN BRITAIN

Added: 2 weeks ago by INEOS

INEOS today officially opens its new UK headquarters in Knightsbridge, London. The opening will be marked by a reception and evening of entertainment that includes previews of the chemical...

INEOS Compounds announced today that it has entered into a licence agreement with Resysta International GmbH

Added: 2 weeks ago by INEOS

INEOS Compounds announced today that it has entered into a licence agreement with Resysta International GmbH. Under the terms of the Agreement, INEOS will acquire the rights to the exclusive...

Gary Haywood CEO INEOS Shale writes to Jeremy Corbyn

Added: 2 weeks ago by INEOS

Rt Hon Jeremy Corbyn MP 12th October 2016House of Commons London SW1A 0AA Dear Mr Corbyn, I am writing with regard to the recent statements made at Party Conference pledging that a Labour...

INEOS Shale to host stand at Conservative Conference

Added: 2 weeks ago by INEOS

INEOS Shale to attend Conference so they can speak directly to the Conservative activists and members to highlight its role as a force behind UK manufacturing

Major M5 repair work to start

Added: 3 weeks ago by Highways England

The major concrete repair and waterproofing scheme affects the Oldbury viaduct, between junctions 1 and 2 of the motorway.

New crossing to provide transport and jobs stimulus

Added: 3 weeks ago by Highways England

A new crossing beneath the River Thames will unlock billions of pounds worth of economic benefit and create thousands of jobs, Highways England’s Chief Executive said today as he welcomed the...

Frigates secure the seas for HMS Queen Elizabeth on maiden sea voyage

Added: 3 weeks ago by Royal Navy

Two Royal Navy frigates have joined HMS Queen Elizabeth to secure the seas around the giant aircraft carrier as she embarks on her maiden sea trials.

Royal Navy air crew rescues last survivor of sunken tanker

Added: 3 weeks ago by Royal Navy

A Royal Navy air crew has rescued the last survivor of a sunken tanker in the Indian Ocean at the end of a dramatic day-long international rescue which saved 13 lives. Royal Navy Air Engineering...

Multi-billion pound deal signed for first three new Type 26 frigates

Added: 3 weeks ago by Royal Navy

The first of the Royal Navy's next-generation frigates will be laid down before the month is out after a £3.7 billion order was placed for three Type 26s.

BAE Systems using gaming and F1 technology to transform military training

Added: 3 weeks ago by BAE Systems

Training military pilots and engineers takes thousands of hours and millions of pounds of equipment, but BAE Systems are speeding up the process using technology you can buy at Argos.  

A woman in engineering, by a woman who's not an engineer

Added: 3 weeks ago by Atkins

I’m not an engineer, but over the last two years at Atkins, I have often wished I was. I am in awe of their aptitude to locate problems, and corresponding solutions; the complexity of...

Aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth sails for the first time

Added: 3 weeks ago by Royal Navy

The Royal Navy’s largest ever warship today put to sea for the first time to commence sea trials off the coast of Scotland.

Royal Navy wakeboarding championships

Added: 3 weeks ago by Royal Navy

The Royal Navy held its first official RN Wakeboard Championships last month at Boxend Park, Bedford – only a year after the sports first team was created.

HMS Albion set to return to sea

Added: 3 weeks ago by Royal Navy

One of the Royal Navy’s largest warships is returning to sea after being in extended readiness in Devonport for almost six years. HMS Albion is in the final stages of completing an extensive...

Arup engineers celebrated in ‘Top 50 Women in Engineering under 35’ list

Added: 3 weeks ago by Arup

Four Arup engineers have been named in The Telegraph’s Top 50 UK female engineers under 35 list– more than any other firm. Geotechnical engineer Áine Ní Bhreasail, civil...

INEOS signs agreement to build the largest butane storage tank in Europe

Added: 3 weeks ago by INEOS

The tank will allow INEOS to buy butane on the world markets as a raw material for its Köln facility and opens up new trading opportunities for its business across Europe.

INEOS launches search for a site to build its new uncompromising 4x4 off-roader

Added: 3 weeks ago by INEOS

Projekt Grenadier – the code name given to INEOS new 4x4 car venture – is moving into top gear with the company now seeking a production site for the vehicle.

INEOS Plans Massive European Expansion Programme

Added: 3 weeks ago by INEOS

INEOS has today announced plans to construct a world-scale PDH (Propane Dehydrogenation) unit in Europe. The plant will produce 750,000 tonnes per annum of propylene for INEOS units...