Building a sustainable future starts with investment and innovation in our infrastructure sector. Connecting energy systems of neighbouring countries through subsea cables, building biogas facilities that turn organic matter into renewable energy, making remote communities less isolated with the installation of fibre networks and building research facilities and superlabs that allow the next generation to find life-changing therapies are just some of the projects we have contributed to this year.

  • These new sites will help the UK move away from fossil-based natural gas.
  • A new campus providing sustainability-led facilities catering to a wide range of life science tenants.
  • The new building will provide a game-changing approach to STEM teaching and research for MMU.
  • The interconnector will create the first direct power link between Great Britain and Germany.
  • A new multi-storey data centre with a link bridge to an existing facility.
  • This teaching and training solution brings elements of field training into the classroom.
  • The proposed new road with a tunnel beneath the River Thames will connect Kent and Essex.
  • We have been appointed to the framework to support the requirements for a major programme of work.
  • We developed a new fully in-house Project Management Office (PMO).