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    Future Tech | IT optimises Boston towerSubscription

    Feature22 May, 2017

    A new 17-storey Boston office building is showing how technology can shape costs alongside the geotechnical and structural engineering.

  • Engineering Equality

    The women issue | Confidence conundrumSubscription

    Feature5 May, 2017

    Did you spot it? Regular New Civil Engineer readers with a keen eye may just have noticed something different about last month’s issue.

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    Healthy Transport | Fighting for AirSubscription

    Feature11 April, 2017

    The headlines have said it all since the beginning of the year – the UK’s transport is responsible for people dying too early.

  • Rendering of Euston station

    HS2 reveals key station packagesSubscription

    Inside Track7 April, 2017

    HS2 Ltd has unveiled the scope of the latest suite of contracts for refining the design of the four vital stations needed for phase 1 of the new high speed railway line between London and the West Midlands.

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    M6 to M56 link inspires innovationVideoSubscription

    Feature24 March, 2017

    It is often the projects presenting the trickiest obstacles that give engineers the best platform on which to shine.

  • 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

    Inside Track5 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.

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