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Technology that optimises the performance of Formula 1 racing cars is now solving problems for tall buildings.
An estimated 250M people around the world depend on desalination for their clean water supply, and that number is set to increase as populations become more urbanised and groundwater supplies become depleted.
The world runs on water. Clean, reliable water supplies are vital for industry, agriculture, and energy production. Every community and ecosystem on Earth depends on water for sanitation, hygiene, and daily survival.
Extraordinary bridge engineering of the likes never seen before is verging on becoming a reality in the Nordic fjords, with the world’s first submerged floating bridge one of three radical solutions being worked on right now by Norwegian engineers.
Water companies in England are preparing their next Water Resource Management Plans (WRMPs) – documents produced every five years as part of the regulatory Asset Management Plan (AMP) negotiations and which, until now, have looked ahead at demand for the next 25 years.
Crumbling foundations threaten many overbridges on the M5 motorway and the problem calls for a long-term rescue effort.
A digital revolution that’s as much about culture and behaviour as it is about the technology – that is the overarching need that emerges during New Civil Engineer’s conversation with software giant Autodesk’s senior vice president for products Amar Hanspal.
David Waboso shares what London Underground has learned about how to make life easier for engineers in the future.
Paul McCormick started as an apprentice and is now a managing director in Aecom’s transport business. Here he desribes how working abroad has been a highlight in his career and inspiring others drives him forward.