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Floods Debate | SuDsSubscription
In January this year the government published its 25 Year Environment Plan, pledging to expand its use of natural flood defences and placing greater importance on sustainable drainage systems (SuDS).
TfL spent almost £300,000 on its Gloucester Road eggy artwork, New Civil Engineer can reveal.
A trio of legal challenges against Heathrow expansion have not damaged bosses’ confidence that the third runway will be delivered on time.
Cambridge’s £1.5bn - £1.7bn metro scheme could be funded through investment from “very, very large pension funds”, business taxes and a land value cap system, according to the city’s mayor.
Plans for the UK’s first stadium dedicated to women’s football, for which Arup is providing civil and structural engineering services, have been submitted to Sheffield City Council.
Debate | Innovation in TransportSubscription
As the march towards digitisation strides on, the transport sector must do more to keep up. But how can we encourage innovation in our industry, and what would it look like?
Debate | Project InitiationSubscription
Although the construction phase of a project can have its challenges, major infrastructure schemes are increasingly finding themselves stumbling at the early stages.
Data sharing could save HS2 £10MSubscription
A new data sharing scheme could save HS2 some £10M according to the project’s brainchild.
ICE backs inquiry into £9.5bn rail schemeSubscription
The Institution of Civil Engineers’ (ICE) Hong Kong branch is worried professional integrity was “compromised or traded off” in a construction scandal engulfing a £9.5bn Hong Kong rail scheme.
Self-healing roads manufactured offsite and embedded with solar panels are the future of England’s major highways, making roadworks and closures obsolete, according to a Balfour Beatty study.