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Exclusive | London Bridge dug up to tackle leaksSubscription
The recently-overhauled £1bn London Bridge station is being dug up after water was found to be leaking though to the concourse area.
Claims that a 44t lorry travelling across the Polcevera Viaduct triggered its collapse have been queried by British engineering experts.
Suppliers sought for Very Light Rail system Subscription
The University of Warwick has launched its search for suppliers to develop a Very Light Rail (VLR) system in Coventry.
Calls for new bridge across the Thames Subscription
Calls for a new pedestrian and cycling bridge across the Thames have been made by councillors in south west London.
Waste plastic could be used to partially replace sand in concrete to make construction more sustainable, according to research by the University of Bath.
Pair of 1,000t bridges installed in CambridgeSubscription
The A14 road in Cambridgeshire has re-opened after work to install a pair of 1,000t bridges was completed 18 hours ahead of schedule.
Concerns mount over Euston Station redevelopment Subscription
The long running saga over the redevelopment of Euston Station has been rekindled after a Greater London Authority (GLA) boss admitted that a lack of funding and an unclear plan for the surrounding area could lead to a disjointed station.
A new eight-storey concrete building has been built without eight columns after they were omitted from the ground and first floor drawings, a structural safety report has found.
Delayed New York bridge now openSubscription
The delayed new $4bn (£3.1bn), 5km long Mario M. Cuomo Bridge in New York has now opened after fears a parallel bridge could collapse and damage it were allayed.
The government is looking at other ways of achieving Crossrail 2 goals without building “a single big infrastructure scheme” rail minister Jo Johnson has said.