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DfT hire consultants for road and rail frameworks

The Department for Transport (DfT) has appointed four consortia to consultancy frameworks for road and rail projects. The consortia are: Ove Arup & Partners and URS; Atkins and Aecom; Parsons Brinckerhoff and WSP; TRL-Halcrow Group joint venture. Each consortium has a supply chain that it can call on to assist in pieces of work.

Tony Meehan, Atkins’ strategic advice services director for highways and transportation, said the Atkins/Aecom consortium included “over 50...

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Jorge
22 May 2012

The project must be developed in these areas;

A. - Central spacious new passengers in Aarhus, further north or center of the city, growth and demands of the population ..

2.-Follow a new path between Aarhus and Randers, parallel to Highway 46.

3.-Central spacious new passenger Hobro, but west of the city, preeviendo future growth and demands of the population.