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Changes to the CITB HS&E Test in 2018
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In 2017, it was announced that there were going to be several changes to the CSCS test and that they would be implemented in phases, starting in January 2018. However, it is important to know what these changes are, which ones are already live, and which are yet to come – all of which, and […]

World’s Longest 3-Tower Cable Bridge to Open in Scotland
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The Queensferry Crossing new bridge has been under construction now for four years, and has cost more than £1.4 billion. Where does it stand? The Engineering They tell us it will all be finished within the year. The three massive concrete and steel towers that will hold it all up are in place, the decks […]

Job Opportunities for Chelsea Stadium Demolition in 2017
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  Chelsea has seemingly always been struggling with rivals like Man United and Arsenal. The fact that their home stadium was much smaller than those of the other two clubs has, at least in the eyes of some, made it hard for Chelsea to compete. All that may be behind them now, as plans are […]

Deaths of Foreign Construction Workers Increase by 71%
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Construction has always been a somewhat risky occupation. However, the actual risk to each individual worker was seen to be falling – until recently. For example, in 2010-2011 there were 50 fatal injuries to construction workers. In 2014-2015 that was down to 35. But those figures are for the UK as a whole, and they […]