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Camilo, Anderson join Atkins to lead rail business in North America - February 13, 2017
Atkins has bolstered its rail leadership in North America with recent hires Ulisses Camilo and Patrick Anderson, PG.
Atkins uses drone for construction work at world’s busiest airport - February 8, 2017
Atkins, one of the world’s leading design, engineering, and project management consultancies, helped orchestrate a first for the aviation industry by successfully flying a drone over Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), the busiest airport in the world.
Third quarter trading update - 08 February 2017
WS Atkins plc (“Atkins” or the “Group”), the design, engineering and project management consultancy, today provides its third quarter trading update for the period from 1 October 2016 to date.
Barfield joins Atkins as senior project director - February 7, 2017
James “Tommy” Barfield, PE, has joined Atkins’ department of transportation (DOT) business unit as senior project director, bringing 30 years of management in multimodal planning and transportation design to the firm.
Atkins' joint venture Mid-America Conversion Services begins operating DOE DUF6 conversion plants in Ohio and Kentucky - 03 February 2017
Mid-America Conversion Services, a joint venture of Atkins, Westinghouse and Fluor, begins operating DOE DUF6 conversion plants in Ohio and Kentucky.
Atkins launches London’s first Love Plays programme - 03 February 2017
Love Plays, a programme that captures children’s natural enthusiasm for play and playgrounds to engage them in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM), launches today in London, in partnership with Atkins.
Ground breaking ceremony marks beginning of Plymouth History Centre’s transformation - 03 February 2017
A symbolic spade has been dug into the ground where the new £34 million Plymouth History Centre will sit to mark the beginning of the site’s transformation into a vibrant cultural quarter for the city. The spectacular facility, designed by Atkins, will transform the city’s current museum and art gallery, central library and adjacent St Luke’s church into a cutting-edge, interactive cultural and heritage centre.
Atkins shortlisted for five prestigious Management Consultancies Association awards - 31 January 2017
Design, engineering and management consultancy Atkins has been shortlisted for five Management Consultancies Association (MCA) awards. Each of these accolades recognise the impact of the company’s successful projects, and the work of individual staff, over the last 18 months.
Nashville International Airport begins billion-dollar renovation with Atkins-designed parking garage - January 27, 2017
Atkins joined airport staff, elected officials and other stakeholders at Nashville International Airport (BNA) to break ground recently on a terminal area parking garage.
Atkins and Cranfield University collaborate to tackle cyber security challenges - 27 January 2017
Atkins and Cranfield University have today announced a collaboration to create a new cyber research area that will help to protect manufacturing businesses and critical national infrastructure organisations from the danger of cyber attack.
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