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Digital Dispatches | Global challenges explored

Guides france

New Civil Engineer explores the global challenges facing civil engineers in our new digital guides.

Our Digital Dispatches offer: Detailed analysis | Insight from thought leaders | Immersive video and graphics | Real-life case studies | Interrogatable data

Latest Guide:

Guides france

The civil engineering challenges behind France’s latest grand projet: one of the world’s longest segmentally-launched viaducts – using one of the world’s longest launching gantries and what is unquestionably the world’s largest offshore overhead travel crane. 

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Guides germany

 Not content with meeting minimum European Union (EU) requirements for cutting carbon, Germany wants to do the most it can. By 2050 it plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 95% against 1990 levels. Decarbonising transport is key.

Guides paris

Urban planning in Paris is experiencing a renaissance with housing, public spaces and transport connections all joined seamlessly with each other and the historic city. 

Tech guide

New Civil Engineer, in partnership with Bentley Systems, has researched both the need for technology adoption and the industry’s readiness to exploit it, gaining insight from consultants, clients, designers, contractors, as well as academia. 

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