£150,000 OVERNIGHT SURFACING IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED FOR THE A92 SOUTH OF RATHILLET

December 23, 2021

Works start Sunday 9 January A section of the A92 is set to benefit from resurfacing improvements worth £150,000 with works due to get underway from Sunday 9 January. The overnight improvements will address defects in the road surface on the single carriageway section of the A92 near Rathillet, creating a safer and smoother road … Continued

£125,000 ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE WORKS PLANNED AT M90 Cocklaw & Keltyhill BRIDGE NEAR Kelty

December 23, 2021

Friday 7 January   ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE PLANNED AT M90 Cocklaw AND Keltyhill BRIDGE POSTPONED BY ONE WEEK TO MONDAY 17 JANUARY Please be advised that due to operational reasons the planned essential maintenance at the M90 Junction 4 Cocklaw Overbridge and Keltyhill Footbridge, outlined in the release below, have been postponed by one week. The … Continued

ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE FOR A9 DALNABO OVERBRIDGE NEAR BALLINLUIG

December 22, 2021

Works start on Wednesday 5 January for 12 weeks   Essential maintenance work is set to get underway on the A9 Dalnabo Overbridge near Ballinluig, with works scheduled to begin on Wednesday 5 January. The project will involve the removal and replacement of all surfacing and bridge deck waterproofing, as well as concrete repairs and … Continued

TRUNK ROAD IMPORVEMENTS ACROSS NORTH WEST SCOTLAND

December 22, 2021

Since October 2021, BEAR Scotland has delivered over £14m of resurfacing, safety improvements and maintenance schemes on behalf of Transport Scotland across many different routes and structures on the North West trunk road network. Over 20 resurfacing projects have been undertaken which included significant projects on the A82 adjacent to Loch Lomond, the A83 at … Continued

RESURFACING M90 JUNCTION 2A OFF-SLIP

December 22, 2021

Overnight slip road closures on 13 and 14 January 2022 BEAR Scotland, Transport Scotland’s operating company, is planning to resurface two sections of the M90 Junction 2A off-slip over two nights, commencing Thursday 13 January. A total of 0.6 kilometres of carriageway will be resurfaced. To ensure the safety of roadworkers as well as the … Continued

Principal / Senior Engineer – Perth, home working – Temporary

December 22, 2021

BEAR NE Bridges Team is looking to recruit an Engineer at Principal/Senior Engineer level to assist on the delivery of bridge repair, maintenance and upgrade schemes on structures within the NE trunk road network, as part of the term maintenance contract to Transport Scotland.  This is a temporary role up to the end of March … Continued

OVERNIGHT RESURFACING WORKS ON THE A68 DRYGRANGE BRIDGE  

December 22, 2021

One night road closure on Wednesday 12 January 2021 Transport Scotland’s operating company BEAR Scotland is planning to resurface the A68 Drygrange Bridge on the night of Wednesday 12 January. Drygrange Bridge carries the A68 over the River Tweed north of Ravenswood roundabout. A total of 300 metres of carriageway will be resurfaced. To ensure … Continued

M90 HUMBIE RAIL BRIDGE JOINT REPAIRS

December 21, 2021

Wednesday 22 December UPDATE: WORKS POSTPONED DUE TO INCLEMENT CONDITIONS Please note: in a further change to previously advertised arrangements the southbound closure of the M90 was completed successfully on Tuesday 21 December. The planned northbound closure on Wednesday 22 December has had to be postponed due to inclement weather. The works will be rescheduled and an … Continued

REPAIRING GANTRY SIGNS ON THE M90

December 20, 2021

Overnight closure of M90 northbound Wednesday 12 January 2022 pThe northbound carriageway of the M90 approaching M90 Junction 1A Queensferry will be closed on the night of Wednesday 12 January, to allow defective sign panels to be repaired on overhead gantries. The M90 northbound will be closed from M9 Junction 1A Kirkliston to M90 Junction … Continued

BEAR SCOTLAND EDUCATION PROGRAMME REACHES OVER 4,000 PUPILS AND TEACHERS

December 17, 2021

Over the last year BEAR Scotland has engaged with over 4,000 school pupils and teachers through its education outreach programme. Educational materials have been produced, online sessions have been delivered, and BEAR has worked with schools to develop engineering activities and challenges for the curriculum. A package of new materials has been produced for schools … Continued