Defence

DIO awards Clyde Construction Framework


The flagship construction framework has been awarded by the DIO, on behalf of the Ministry of Defence.

Tough new rules to protect UK’s critical infrastructure


Tough new measures designed to protect the UK’s critical infrastructure from cyber attacks have come into force.

Lincolnshire coast flood scheme gets underway


The Lincolnshire Beach Management project involves the raising of beach levels lost naturally to the sea.

A14 delivers for the Armed Forces


The UK’s biggest road upgrade, the A14 upgrade has committed to Armed Forces Covenant, becoming the first project to sign up.

Shrewsbury flood defence maintenance


Work has begun to replace 25m of sandstone cladding on the Frankwell flood defences in Shrewsbury

£56M investment for Wales’ flood and coastal defences


A £56M programme of investment has been announced which will see improved flood and coastal defences across Wales.

River Aire natural flood management


As part of a natural flood management scheme, thousands of trees in total will be planted across the upper River Aire.

Protecting the UK’s national infrastructure from cyber threats


The potential for a major cyber attack on UK infrastructure, such as the energy supply, has grown significantly in recent times

A different approach to tackle flooding


Environment Agency Chief Executive, Sir James Bevan, says a new approach is needed to tackle flooding over the next 50 years.

CarillionAmey and DIO team up for Worthy Down housing project


CarillionAmey recently teamed up with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and Anglian Building Products to complete work on a housing project in Worthy Down. The project worth around £1.42 million was completed within 36 week and saw more than sixty homes on Blackwell Road have had External Wall Insulation (EWI)