Fresh from graduating from an Interactive Journalism Masters programme at City, University of London, I joined New Civil Engineer in September 2018.
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The supply chain working on the Wylfa nuclear power station project in North Wales is being “run down” after project developer Hitachi and the government admitted they had failed to agree funding terms.
A £100M project to build a power connector under the Menai Strait is under threat following developer Horizon’s decision to suspend the Wylfa nuclear plant project.
Analysis by the RAC Foundation has shown that local highway authorities across the country are increasingly adopting a risk-based approach to fixing road defects.
Hitachi suspends £20bn Wylfa nuclear plant Subscription
Developer Hitachi has suspended work on the new nuclear plant at Wylfa Newydd, on Anglesey, North Wales.
British chemical giant Ineos has invested £2.66bn into the biggest petrochemical plastics plant to be built in Europe for 20 years.
The first wind farm to be built by a Chinese developer in the UK has begun to generate electricity following its completion.
Tax relief for construction R&DSubscription
Around £3.5bn of research and development (R&D) tax relief support was claimed in the 2016/17 financial year, corresponding to £24.9bn of R&D expenditure according to the Office for National Statistics.
665km North Sea interconnector set for approval Subscription
A project to construct an interconnector between Scotland and Norway is expected to be formally approved this week.
Debate | Determining the social value of projects Subscription
How can engineers determine the social value of civil engineering?
Industry experts, analysts and contractors are concerned about the impact Brexit will have on tender prices.