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  • Researchers have cast six concrete walls at the test site, each containing the different technologies.

    Tideway boss calls for faster innovationSubscription

    News5 March, 2017

    Research into innovative engineering and construction techniques must accelerate to make an impact, a major infrastructure boss has said.

  • Old Oak

    Old Oak pressures government for better transport hubSubscription

    News Insight5 March, 2017

    The project promoter of a new mega development in the capital is to step up pressure on government over funding of the scheme’s crucial infrastructure hub.

  • West Coast Main Line

    Return of inter-city trains mooted for WillesdenSubscription

    News5 March, 2017

    Reinstatement of a West Coast Main Line station at Willesden Junction in north west London has been mooted as new way to ease pressure on Euston station.

  • Skills shortfall

    Engineering faces 20,000 skills shortfallSubscription

    News21 February, 2017

    Conservative estimates suggest the UK market will suffer a shortfall of 20,000 engineering graduates each year, according to a new skills report.

  • Waves

    Motts wins North West tidal advisor jobSubscription

    News20 February, 2017

    Consultant Mott MacDonald is to advise on two newly proposed tidal power schemes in the North West.

  • 18 April: Ceca stand-down

    Support builds for site stand-downSubscription

    News20 February, 2017

    Key clients and contractors have added their support to what is understood to be the first ever UK-wide health and safety stand-down, where they will stop work for a day to enable staff to develop commitments to improve working practices.

  • Renewable Energy

    EDF appoints WSP to consulting roleSubscription

    News20 February, 2017

    EDF Energy has appointed WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff as engineering consultant for its UK fleet of wind farms, gas storage sites, coal and gas power stations.

  • London smog

    Tube travellers suffer worst pollutionSubscription

    News14 February, 2017

    Tube and bus passengers in London suffer greater effects of poor air quality than drivers, despite the latter being the cause of the majority of pollution, according to recent research.

  • Lower Thames Crossing

    Lower Thames Crossing gets new project bossSubscription

    News13 February, 2017

    Highways England has appointed Tim Jones as project director for the new £4bn Lower Thames Crossing tunnnel scheme.

  • German e highway uckermark

    Germany | Electric road freightSubscription

    Feature8 November, 2016

    Not content with meeting minimum European Union (EU) requirements for cutting carbon, Germany wants to do the most it can. By 2050 it plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 95% against 1990 levels.

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