Manchester’s public transport infrastructure is not ready for a congestion charge, engineers have said, following calls for a scheme to improve air quality.
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Industry leaders have urged caution over proposals to make contractors on public schemes accountable to Freedom of Information (FoI) requests.
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A full year on from the horrific Grenfell Tower fire on 14 June 2017, our profession is starting to understand how deeply its decisions affected the events of that night.
Crossrail 2 is struggling to find financial backers, Network Rail has fundamentally changed its business to attract third party funding and the debate on how infrastructure projects in the UK should be financed is gathering great speed.
The UK’s power plants are ramping up their efforts to go coal free.
Sub-contracting weakens regulatory oversight during construction, industry figures have said after the Grenfell Tower Inquiry published a series of damning expert reports into the tragedy.
In years gone by engineers and environmentalists have traditionally been at loggerheads.
Dogs, drones and smart meters are all being deployed to tackle the enormous amount of water the UK wastes.
The UK needs to change its approach to the roll out of charging infrastructure to avoid an electric car crisis.
After seven months of uncertainty the government has finally given the green light to the much-delayed £1bn East London Silvertown Tunnel scheme. However, despite finally getting the go-ahead, the project still faces a number of challenges in the coming ...