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Airports | All in a week(end)s workSubscription
“What people have to understand is, it’s a week’s worth of work done in 48 hours,” says Galliford Try senior project manager Craig Lennon.
Still too boring for TV?VideoSubscription
Back in 2014 New Civil Engineer asked: “Why Are Civil Engineers Too Boring For TV?”
Bamboo is “stronger than steel”, fast growing and very sustainable – but is it a realistic alternative structural material?
Remodelling Hampstead pondsSubscription
All year round, London’s Hampstead Heath teems with people out for walks, flying kites and even swimming.
UK-first in water treatmentVideoSubscription
Hidden behind the town of Oswestry, near the Welsh border, is a £54M water treatment works overhaul that includes a UK-first.
Debate | Elevating the case for infrastructureSubscription
This year promises to be a hugely significant one for civil engineering. But will the promises turn into reality? New Civil Engineer asks the experts.
Waterloo upgrade | Use your WITVideoSubscription
At London Waterloo station, more than most other places, timing is everything.
Crunching carbon | The dash for ashSubscription
Ash for concrete is in increasingly short supply, which means new challenges for suppliers seeking to cut carbon.
Morocco | African high speed railSubscription
Morocco is building a high speed railway. Morocco, you say? Yes, Morocco. Why? Hard to say really.
Future Tech | Industry of the future?Subscription
New Civil Engineer unites the brightest minds in the industry to discuss how technology might shape the industry in 2017 and for the next five years.