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Director makes the news!

One of DPSS’s Directors, Paula Oates, has made the local news! Paula has managed to get 2 holes in one in as many years. This has been recognised by the receipt of 2 Hugo Boss watches. Paula got both holes in one at her home club of Burnham Beeches, one on the 13th hole in […]Read More »

Harringworth Viaduct Survey

This month DPSS have been surveying the Harringworth Viaduct , all 1275 yards of it! The Harringworth Viaduct, also known as Welland Viaduct and Seaton Viaduct crosses the valley of the River Welland between Harringworth in Northamptonshire and Seaton in Rutland. It has 82 arches, each of which has a 40 feet (12 m) span. It […]Read More »

DPSS are recruiting....

DPSS are looking for the following… Labourers Comms Engineers Cablers Please send CVs to  Read More »

First Aid Training

Becky & Martyn of DPSS Cabling Services undertook their First Aid at Work Training yesterday. They both enjoyed learning about CPR and First Aid. They have learnt skills they can use not only in the workplace but at home too. Here are some Photos of the day….      Read More »

New Hayes & Harlington Crossrail Station

  Hillingdon Council has approved plans for the redevelopment of Hayes & Harlington Station for Crossrail. The new station will be built north of the existing station by Taylor Woodrow. The redevelopment will include a new footbridge and four lifts, a waiting room, platform extensions and a new canopy. Work at Hayes & Harlington Station […]Read More »

Construction activity jumps highest since Oct '14

UK Construction has seen the sharpest jump in the number of new orders in February since October 2014. The steeper rates of increase were seen in Residential, Commercial and Civil Engineering. Residential activity saw the steepest rate of growth. Construction companies have linked their new orders to the improving economic conditions and a positive outlook […]Read More »

Consultants named for Crossrail 2

Arcadis Hyder, CH2M Hill and Aecom are among the consultants chosen by TfL to further develop plans for Crossrail 2. The proposed rail route is planned to run from north-east London to south-west London and is being developed by TfL and Network Rail. It has been estimated to cost £27.5bn. London mayor Boris Johnson has […]Read More »

Crossrail could be extended into Hertfordshire

The Government is considering plans to extend Crossrail into Hertfordshire. Quicker trains would run on a new rail link between Old Oak Common and the West Coast Main Line. Passengers would also no longer have to change at Euston making it easier to get on with the job of rebuilding the station so it matches […]Read More »

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