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Media items which have appeared on web sites recently concerning TPS, our projects, and items contributed by our staff.

In the news 2017

 

Vision Tameside Phase II

 

Phase II of Tameside MBC's programme to redevelop several areas of Ashton-under-Lyne is mixed use development of council offices, a college, library and a Wilko supermarket.  TPS's Edinburgh Associate Director Andy Forshaw has contributed to New Steel Construction's article looking at the steel structure of the building.

TPS provided topographical & buried services surveying, geotechnical engineering, civil & structural engineering, highway engineering, BREEAM services and onsite environmental management services.

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HMP Berwyn Opens

 

It cost £250m to build and has a capacity of 2,106 prisoners - 500 more than the biggest current prison in England and Wales was built to hold. HMP Berwyn in Wrexham welcomed its first inmates on 28th February.

TPS have provided Civil and Structural and Engineering and Transportation Planning.

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Bournville again:
can a new Birmingham hospital recreate the Cadbury effect? 

 

A few miles from Bournville, the world's first planned community, the new Midland Met hospital aims to regenerate one of England's most deprived areas with ideas derived from that 19th-century 'benevolent model'.

TPS are supporting Carillion with civil and strucutral engineering design, transportation planning, land and engineering surveying, drone surveys, health and safety management and advice

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London City Airport 30th Anniversary 

 

London City Airport opened for busiiness 30 years ago this year and the BBC has a small gallery of pictures celebrating its history. TPS engineers have been involved in projects at the airport over 10 years or so, including the original ramp extension over the King George V dock.

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