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Alan Bromage's stories

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    Solid argumentSubscription

    Archive imported1 September, 2006

    CONCRETE ENGINEERING - With 'dig and dump' on its last legs as a way of dealing with contaminated earth, a group of key industry bodies is sounding its support for soil stabilisation and solidification techniques. Alan Bromage reports.

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    Olympic goalSubscription

    Archive imported1 September, 2006

    CONCRETE ENGINEERING - The concrete industry has played a big role in the construction of many recent football stadiums. Alan Bromage explains why this means it can play a big part in the build up to the London 2012 Olympics.

  • Rising to the challengeSubscription

    Archive imported1 November, 2005

    Concrete engineering Towers twice the height of Nelson's Column will be needed for the next generation of wind turbines.Alan Bromage believes concrete is the right solution.

  • Concrete - So solid crewSubscription

    Archive imported1 September, 2004

    New Concrete Engineering Brownfield remediation - Although a relatively new technique to the UK, soil stabilisation and solidification looks set to become the technique of choice for the remediation of brownfield sites, believes Alan Bromage.