In Depth In Full
Hyperloop's super high speed UK visionSubscription
Humans have always demanded to move faster: horse, car, train, aeroplane, and now the Hyperloop.
Queensferry Crossing | The race to opening daySubscription
From a blank piece of paper, to a world icon, the £1.35bn, 2.7km Queensferry Crossing took 10 years to complete, with just six for construction.
Shoreham raises flood defencesSubscription
Shoreham-by-Sea, on the south coast between Brighton and Worthing, has become vulnerable to tidal flooding from the River Adur, as last seen in December 2013.
2007 Floods 10 Years Later | The responseSubscription
This summer the flooding gods have struck Houston and southern Texas and the devastation caused there has been broadcast far and wide.
2007 Floods 10 Years Later | Environment AgencySubscription
Flooding is a killer. The stark reality of this was never clearer than 10 years ago in the UK, when 13 people died and about 55,000 homes flooded in a series of devastating storms.
Engineering a Better World | Water gridVideoSubscription
Drummond Modley, Wessex Water’s programme manager outlines the sustainability benefits of a new water supply grid installed across three counties in the South West.
Tunnelling | Stockholm City LineSubscription
Sweden has just celebrated the completion of one of its most ambitious infrastructure projects.
Business Culture | EthicsSubscription
Are engineers adequately equipped to deal with the ethical dilemmas they may be faced with?
Factory Thinking | Transforming ConstructionSubscription
Factory Thinking has well and truly arrived for construction in the UK. Whatever you call it – jumping factories, flying factories, offsite factories or modular building – construction is increasingly resembling manufacturing.
Factory Thinking | HousingSubscription
The UK needs more houses. About 250,000 a year, according to some estimates, to stabilise prices and provide enough affordable homes. But the country only produced 164,000 for 2015/2016, according to the National House Building Council.