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in connecting people, places and communities through innovative and responsible infrastructure

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A421 improvements

Upgrading a main transport corridor to reduce congestion and improve access to land earmarked for future developments

An aerial view of the A421 dualling project site

Barking Riverside extension

An elevated terminus station and extension of the overground line to serve one of the largest new residential developments in Europe

The exterior of Barking Riverside station

Dorset Visual Impact Provision

Enhancing an area of outstanding natural beauty by replacing towers and overhead lines with underground cable

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A view from beneath the Barking Riverside project looking upwards, showing the base of the viaduct

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Morgan Sindall Group announces half year results

Morgan Sindall Infrastructure, which has sites across the UK, has contributed to half year results released today (4 August 2022) by parent company Morgan Sindall Group plc, the construction and regeneration group.

The Mayor of London celebrates opening of Barking Riverside station

The new station connects communities in East London through the extension of the Gospel Oak to Barking Overground line

Remains of ancient structures found at new rail line site in Northumberland

Evidence of life in Northumberland dating back thousands of years has been uncovered at the site of a new station along the Northumberland Line.

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