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Forthcoming features

10 August

BRIDGES

Suspension and stayed, box and bowstring, steel and concrete, we look at the latest developments.

14 September

RAIL

The winners of NCE`s Rail Awards and a review of the booming railway infrastructure sector.

21 September

M60 MANCHESTER OUTER RING ROAD

The final section of the M60 route around Manchester is due to open this autumn. Our feature will celebrate construction of Britain's 'last' publicly funded motorway.

28 September

WATER

Efficiency demands and water standards continue to drive innovation and improvement.

5 October

CONCRETE

From slurry to super strength, precast and pre-stressed, we look at the latest uses for construction's most flexible material in our annual supplement with the BCA.

19 October

BRITISH CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AWARDS

Who are the winners in the industry's Oscars supported by NCE, the architects journal and the Daily Telegraph?

9 November

STEEL

Uses and functions on site - whether as reinforcement, structural member, or cladding cover.

16 November

RAIL

More projects and prospects in rail, an infrastructure sector that continues to be one of the most significant for civil engineers.

7 December

FOUNDATIONS

Fundamentals, from spread footings to deep piles, the latest in technology and site practice for this vital area.

Supplements

23 November

INTEGRATED TRANSPORT IN MANCHESTER

Supported by the Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive our feature will highlight transport initiatives in the city as part of the build-up to the Interchange integrated transport event next April.

22 March 2000

CONSULTANTS FILE

Listings and statistics of Britain's consultants.

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