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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.
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.
Bridges | River Usk a joint solutionSubscription
The bridge carrying the M4 over the River Usk in Newport, South Wales is on first sight unremarkable, but the same cannot be said about work being carried out to repair it.
Complex modernisation at Dixon HouseVideoSubscription
Demolishing and reconstructing half a building, while maintaining a 120 year old stone façade, has proven quite the challenge.
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Drones | Eyes in the sky for highways engineersSubscription
The days of road closures and hazardous topographical survey work could soon be over.
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.
Easter rail resurrectionSubscription
Residents of Hackney Wick in east London can rejoice at the resurrection of their local rail infrastructure this Easter.
Engineering Newcastle's triple-deckerSubscription
From the top of the A19/A1058 Coast Road roundabout near Newcastle, streams of gridlock can be seen stretching as far as the eye can see. But not for long.
Expanding Bank Tube stationSubscription
Cramped sites and complex underground work characterise the project to expand Bank Tube station in the City of London.