Tag : water
Video | 91-year-old dam collapses in TexasSubscription
A 91-year-old dam in Texas, United States, has collapsed, draining a 170ha resevoir in a matter of minutes.
London’s gas, water and electricity infrastructure is to be digitally mapped to help engineers working on utility projects.
With the commentary around infrastructure decision-making in recent months, it is sometimes easy to forget the major changes over the last decade that have improved the system for infrastructure prioritisation and planning.
The Government should adopt the National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC) recommendations, according to a recent panel discussion.
FM Conway has been fined almost £8,000 for illegally using fire hydrants while carrying out roadworks.
Cities, or more broadly, urban environments, have been with us for thousands of years.
Exhibition highlights water engineeringSubscription
The latest ICE public exhibition, “Water: From Source to Tap”, opened on 22 March – World Water Day.
40% of people ignorant of ‘fatberg’ blockagesSubscription
New ICE research shows that nearly 40% of people in the UK remain unaware of fatbergs – major sewer blockages caused by build-up of non-biodegradable items, such as wet wipes and congealed fats.
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?
Leading water consultant GHD has claimed that tighter regulator restrictions are driving water companies to think outside the box ahead of the next funding period.