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  • Geoff French

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    ICE31 October, 2013

    Former Scott Wilson chairman Geoff French takes up office as the 149th president of the ICE just as the economy starts to emerge from recession. Antony Oliver discusses his plans to put the Institution at the heart of the nation’s growth agenda.

  • Antony Oliver

    Teamwork is always the key to construction successSubscription

    Archive Article10 October, 2013

    Overall excellence depends on the whole project team pulling together to pool expertise and get the job done as efficiently as possible

  • Manchester Met University win BCIA Prime Minister’s AwardSubscription

    News10 October, 2013

    Manchester Metropolitan University’s new Business School and Student Hub this week scooped this year’s Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award holding off a host of other project successes at the 2013 British Construction Industry Awards.

  • Baroness Jo Valentine, London First

    Business Case: London's infrastructure key to driving investmentSubscription

    Feature10 October, 2013

    Business lobby group London First is devoted to making the capital the world’s best place to do business. Chief executive Baroness Jo Valentine explains why infrastructure investment is key to this ambition.

  • Antony Oliver

    Upskilling the supply chain is vital to efficient growthSubscription

    Archive Article3 October, 2013

    As procurement director David Poole explains this week, investment in the nation’s highway network is set to quadruple from the current £750M a year to £3bn a year in the next decade.

  • Cofferdam: Sheet piling sealed off the route of the tunnel to enable contractors to work in the dry

    Young versus old: Career development opportunities on the Crossrail projectSubscription

    Feature3 October, 2013

    The Connaught Tunnel section of the new Crossrail project has provided an inspirational career opportunity for the young team of Taylor Woodrow engineers leading construction. Antony Oliver reports.

  • Antony Oliver, Editor

    Industry must get in shape for infrastructure boomSubscription

    Archive Article26 September, 2013

    Almost exactly five years ago this column kicked off with the prediction that “the next few years will be tough but if we are lean and effective, civil engineers are in good shape to ride the recession”.

  • Michelle Hicks

    Student engineer wins Women in Property awardSubscription

    News26 September, 2013

    Civil engineering student Michelle Hicks this week flew the flag for the civil engineering profession when she was highly commended in the coveted Women in Property National Student Awards this week.

  • King's Cross

    ACE targets young with engineering app Subscription

    News19 September, 2013

    A new smart phone app designed to inspire future generations to embrace careers in engineering and the built environment was launched last week by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering.

  • railway tracks

    Conflict culture compromises rail safety, says HigginsSubscription

    News19 September, 2013

    Reforming the fragmented and commercially driven structure of the UK rail industry is key to boosting safety on the network, said Network Rail chief executive Sir David Higgins last week.

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