Emily Ashwell's stories
Consultants which have worked on buildings with cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower are being refused professional indemnity insurance for some of their projects, New Civil Engineer can reveal.
Afghanistan’s infrastructure minister is to be the keynote speaker in a special event to mark 20 years of the NGO Engineers Against Poverty.
Contractors should ditch plastic cups at water coolers if they want to win work with the Environment Agency, its boss has said.
Profile | Bryden WoodSubscription
Bryden Wood breaks down projects into mass produceable, off-site manufactured components, to save clients time and money.
Interview | Sir James Bevan, Environment AgencySubscription
Outside the office of Environment Agency chief executive Sir James Bevan, London is sweltering in a full blown 31˚C heatwave.
Construction firms in the capital have been warned to plan for a hard Brexit, which could potentially affect the working rights of one in three of their workers.
Plans have been submitted for athletes’ housing which will be part of Birmingham hosting the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Call for 5G trans-Pennine rail partners Subscription
Firms are being called on to take part in a trial to install 5G technology on the trans-Pennine rail line between Leeds and Manchester.
A new apprenticeship scheme focusing on safety, health and the environment (She) has been launched.
A Level results show improved STEM uptakeSubscription
More students took STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) A Levels this year than in any year over the last decade, despite an overall drop in entries of 2%.