In Depth In Full
Low cost metro plan for Cambridge Subscription
Cambridge is exploring a small scale, low cost metro concept.
Drones | Eyes in the sky for highways engineersSubscription
The days of road closures and hazardous topographical survey work could soon be over.
2017 Graduate of the Year winnersSubscription
What makes for an outstanding civil engineering graduate? New Civil Engineer’s Graduate awards offer the answer.
ICE200 | Spreading the WordSubscription
Civil engineers have for centuries been at the heart of social and economic progress and helped improve the world in which we live.
Interview | Jim O'Sullivan, Highways EnglandSubscription
Highways are in Jim O’Sullivan’s blood: his father and grandfather both worked on the roads in England and Ireland.
High Speed 2 is pushing for change in the geotechnical sector by making site investigation work more digitally focused.
Interview | ICE President Lord Mair Subscription
Robert Mair is not a typical academic despite his educational background.
Interview Andy Mitchell, Tideway build upSubscription
To relax, Andy Mitchell has got into paddle boarding. It’s an evolution from triathlons, which the Tideway chief executive recounts he first got into while working on the Thameslink programme.
Dutch sand engine comes to NorfolkSubscription
Last month Britain was transfixed by the red sun and yellow skies that accompanied the up to 80mph blasts of Storm Ophelia as she tracked across the country.
Singapore's transport programmeSubscription
Singapore’s government has a will to propel the country into being one of the most advanced countries in the world, and when it says it will build something, it does it.