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Bernadette Ballantyne

Stories

  • Mussayib_Plant

    Fuelling growthSubscription

    20 September, 2011

    Energy investment is taking off in the Middle East. Bernadette Ballantyne reports.

  • Libya

    British engineers "well positioned" for return to Libya, says ACESubscription

    16 September, 2011

    UK Firms are not lagging behind other European countries and are well positioned to return to Libya if key criteria are resolved, the Association of Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) has said.

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    BIM: Sharing the visionSubscription

    14 July 2011

    Advocates of Building Information Modelling (BIM) have been telling everyone for several years now that BIM is the future.

  • Form consortiums now for Qatar metro constuction urges Qatar RailwaysSubscription

    8 July, 2011

    Deputy chief executive officer of Qatar Railways, Geoff Brian Mee, says firms should form consortiums now to be well positioned for design-and-build tunnelling packages.

  • Kuwait university

    New thinkingSubscription

    1 July, 2011

    Innovation in engineering design is bursting out of Kuwait, as consultants SSH International and Gulf Consult explain. Report by Bernadette Ballantyne.

  • Burj Dubai

    Leading the worldSubscription

    30 June, 2011

    Intensive development in the Gulf is driving innovation in the use of building design systems. Bernadette Ballantyne reports.

  • nce11_cost1.jpg

    Achieving effective cost reductionSubscription

    28 June, 2011

    Regulatory pressure is forcing clients to work harder at squeezing more value from their programmes. Smart ways of cutting costs and maintaining performance are the order of the day.