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Bryden Wood breaks down projects into mass produceable, off-site manufactured components, to save clients time and money.
Two innovative inflatable weirs are protecting Leeds city centre from catastrophic flooding.
Outside the office of Environment Agency chief executive Sir James Bevan, London is sweltering in a full blown 31˚C heatwave. It is a stark reminder of the challenges the Agency is facing in terms dealing with climate change.
How good are civil engineers at their jobs? And how easily can each of them prove they have the skills and training to enable them to practice today?
Exacting designs, and a two year warranty period were among challenges facing contractors building the new airport for Oman’s capital, Muscat.
We are a technology company using connectivity to achieve better business performance for our customers,” explains Onwave managing director Stuart Ladbrook.
The roads sector is picking up, with the growing use of new technology creating new career opportunities
Last year New Civil Engineer brought news of Mace’s NCE100 award winning jumping factory. Twelve months on we return to see whether it has lived up to its promise.