The Longer Read
The £6bn Lower Thames Crossing east of London will be the biggest single road upgrade since the M25 was completed 30 years ago.
Ramboll has developed a dynamic masterplanning tool which cuts out hundreds of hours of work to give clients instant answers.
SME Profile | Davies MaguireSubscription
The founders of consultancy Davies Maguire got through a difficult start to build a flourishing consultancy
Future of Cities | Infrastructure demandsSubscription
Cities worldwide are growing at a rapid pace. But what is the infrastructure need and what are the opportunities for civil engineers?
Future of Cities | Transforming StationsSubscription
Railway stations could be set for a renaissance thanks to their recognised role in making cities more attractive places to work and live. But only if the engineering and design is right.
Future of Cities | Urban MobilitySubscription
Ease up on the hyperbole, iron out the inconsistencies and the government’s new urban mobility strategy might just be judged a masterly piece of work.
How a floating solar farm powers water treatmentSubscription
United Utilities is using innovative technology, updated designs and modular thinking for its floating solar panel array in the North West.
Tunnels | Norway's Follo LineSubscription
With a compressive strength of up to 300MPa, the gneiss in Oslo is one of the hardest rocks ever successfully excavated with mechanised tunnelling technology.
Future of Highways Maintenance | Time for changeSubscription
Ageing highways infrastructure is a growing problem worldwide but one that is felt particularly acutely in large parts of the UK, where the conflicting demands of increasingly heavy usage and challenging budgets mean a constant struggle to maintain road conditions.
As Highways England reaches the halfway point in its road maintenance shake up, New Civil Engineer looks back at how things were, how things are and asks if things have really changed.