Price soars on Warsaw metro as deadlines loomSubscription
Poland's plans to host UEFA's Euro 2012 football championships suffered a major setback last week when bids for a vital 6.5km metro line in Warsaw came in 100% over budget.
Rail companies in Eastern Europe were in talks this week to cut the Berlin-Moscow journey time from the current 27 hours to 16 hours.
Warsaw in tall tower raceSubscription
Warsaw last week began a race with London to build Europe's tallest building by unveiling plans for a 282.4m high skyscraper.
Safety - A cone deployment device for use on busy roads will bring huge safety benets to maintenance crews. Jon Young meets its inventor.
PFI used its initiative on safetySubscription
Safety - PFI has been driving improvements in health and safety long before the arrival of CDM, argues Skanska technical director Adrian Sprague.
Gordon Brown speaks up for engineering diplomasSubscription
IStructE stands rm over exam debacleSubscription