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The £6bn Lower Thames Crossing east of London will be the biggest single road upgrade since the M25 was completed 30 years ago.
Network Rail’s new chief executive Andrew Haines offers New Civil Engineer a refreshing candour and no-nonsense attitude.
Anyone who can recall their school days will know why prefabricated buildings once had such a bad name – lessons in damp, cold structures which felt like little more than cardboard boxes sitting on paving slabs.
When it comes to learning lessons, the team delivering Hinkley Point C has a full textbook to go on.
How digital engineering will change Highways England projects.
Incoming ICE President Andrew Wyllie is focused on the changing demands placed on the civil engineering profession
With athletes competing in 17 different sports over 11 days, in front of 1.5M spectators, the organisers of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games are gearing up for a massive logistical challenge.
Richard Hepworth’s to do list is eyewatering.
User experience and the perfection of it is the holy grail in industries ranging from gaming to shopping.
Outside the office of Environment Agency chief executive Sir James Bevan, London is sweltering in a full blown 31˚C heatwave.
The road to the creation of a modern Welsh transport system has been far from smooth.
Network Rail is in transition. Its bosses are keen to shake off the perception that it is difficult and obstructive to work with.
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that the city made famous by the likes of the Empire State building and Chrysler building is to ban the construction of energy-sapping skyscrapers.
Heathrow Airport Limited’s (HAL) expansion plans are marching on after surviving five simultaneous legal challenges at the High Court mounted by rival bidders, environmentalists, London mayor Sadiq Khan and local councils.
Enormous cost increases on every single one of Crossrail’s seven central London station contracts have been revealed.
Bechtel has claimed that High Speed 2 (HS2) promoter HS2 Ltd accepted an “abnormally low” bid from the winner of its Old Oak Common construction partner contract.
Extensive design changes made as a result of technical challenges at two of Tideway’s sites are to blame for a cost increase of £280M on London’s super sewer, the company’s chief operating officer told New Civil Engineer.
Just as Crossrail’s fortunes looked like changing, the most damning of assessments has been laid at its door.
Fixing potholes, reducing congestion and lowering emissions have long been the three main scourges for those tasked with improving the UK’s roads.
The start of the High Speed 2 (HS2) construction programme has been pushed back again as contractors struggle to keep the project to its £56bn target build cost.
Flanked by listed buildings, pedestrianised streets,and with limited access to bring in heavy plant and cranes, ISG engineers were tasked with taking down a former flagship department store on Edinburgh’s Princes Street.
Railway stations could be set for a renaissance thanks to their recognised role in making cities more attractive places to work and live. But only if the engineering and design is right.