Water

  • Andy Mitchell interview:Rejoining London to the Thames

    The £4.2bn Thames Tideway Tunnel is the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken by the UK water industry. Infrastructure Intelligence caught up with chief executive Andy Mitchell to take stock of its progress, and get his take on the industry – including why engineers need to be more imaginative in naming projects
    2 years 6 months ago
  • Andrew Heather, Mott MacDonald

    The UK water industry needs to embrace climate resilience

    Climate change represents a growing threat to our water infrastructure. Investment must be targeted at building resilience, but this must be matched by improved communication between companies and the regulator, says Andrew Heather.
    2 years 9 months ago
  • Tom Standring, MWH Treatment

    It all needs to go PEA shaped... to meet AMP6 efficiencies

    To meet the AMP6 efficiencies challenge, which averages out at a 20% overall improvement, there needs to be a real left shift of expertise with increased supply chain involvement says Tom Standring of MWH.
    2 years 11 months ago
  • Scotland seeks leading position in developing new water technologies

    Economic development agencies Scottish Enterprise and the Highlands and Islands Enterprise have launched a new initiative aimed increasing innovation within the water sector. The Hydro Nation Water Innovation Service will build more effective links across...
    3 years 1 month ago
  • Martin Shouler, Arup

    Who gets it? Living in a world of water scarcity

    California’s almond exacerbated drought is one example of the developing issue of competition for water. Arup’s Martin Shouler says professionals can work together to solve the problem.
    3 years 1 month ago
  • British Water BIM conference supported by MWH

    Water companies need to lead on BIM

    Andrew Cowell of MWH on the recent British Water BIM Conference
    3 years 2 months ago

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