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  • HOK Heathrow plan

    Comment | Is now the time to be bold or realistic?Subscription

    Comment15 July, 2016

    So we have our new prime minister. One thing’s for sure, the news comes as a big tick for women’s equality. What is less certain is how it affects infrastructure and our industry’s workload.

  • 3028427 meadowhall station artist impression

    HS2 shifts Sheffield station to city centreSubscription

    News Insight7 July, 2016

    High Speed 2 (HS2) Ltd has proposed ditching plans to send its services to a parkway station on the outskirts of Sheffield in favour of using the existing central station.

  • Building Information Modelling

    BIM pioneer awarded engineering medalSubscription

    News22 June, 2016

    Civil engineer and computer scientist Jonathan Ingram is to be awarded the Royal Academy of Engineering Prince Philip Medal for his work developing the system that heralded Building Information Modelling (BIM).

  • Midland Metro

    Green light for Midland Metro extensionSubscription

    News21 June, 2016

    Plans for an £18M extension of the Midland Metro in Wolverhampton were given the go-ahead today.

  • Gotthard Tunnel

    Comment | Underground construction just keeps on getting betterSubscription

    Comment17 June, 2016

    Society is increasingly demanding underground space to meet its needs and the civil engineering profession is increasingly responding to that need.

  • Gotthard Tunnel

    Going Underground | Longer, DeeperSubscription

    Feature9 June, 2016

    Society is increasingly demanding underground space to meet its needs.

  • New M5, Sydney

    Jacobs/Aurecon wins Australia M5 design jobSubscription

    News18 May, 2016

    Consulting giants Jacobs and Aurecon are to carry out engineering design for the New M5 Project in Sydney, Australia.

  • V&A Elytra Filament Pavilion

    Robot-built pavilion launches V&A engineering seasonVideoSubscription

    News Insight18 May, 2016

    The Victoria and Albert Museum today unveiled a robot-built fibrous pavilion to mark the launch of its new season of engineering. 

  • Norway submerged floating bridge

    Floating Solutions | Norway's extraordinary bridges planSubscription

    Feature15 April, 2016

    Extraordinary bridge engineering of the likes never seen before is verging on becoming a reality in the Nordic fjords, with the world’s first submerged floating bridge one of three radical solutions being worked on right now by Norwegian engineers.

  • Amar Hanspal

    Digital culture change | Amar Hanspal interviewSubscription

    Interview1 April, 2016

    A digital revolution that’s as much about culture and behaviour as it is about the technology – that is the overarching need that emerges during New Civil Engineer’s conversation with software giant Autodesk’s senior vice president for products Amar Hanspal. 

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