Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - Articles and news items
Issue 3 2011 / 31 May 2011 /
By any measure, a new main line railway station is a rare commodity. There has been only a handful over the past 20 years, some linked to regional airports. But the south-east region in the UK now has its own, all-new, congestion-easing rail-air interchange at Southend Airport – the work of infrastructure engineers Stobart Rail. Situated just a few minutes up the line from Southend Victoria, the new station will play a key part in the airport’s evolution from a sleepy general aviation base into a busy east-of-London terminal, ready to service the influx of visitors expected for the 2012 Olympics. In an interview for European Railway Review, Stobart Rail’s Managing Director Kirk Taylor and Project Manager Stephen Harker, explain the importance of this all-new interchange and the planning and construction involved.
Rail industry news / 3 August 2010 /
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. announced that it received a contract from Network Rail to progress the development of a major rail infrastructure project…