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Julie-Anne Ryan

Stories

  • Flood

    Flood tech gets smartSubscription

    17 November, 2014

    Land owners that store flood water could soon find a market that makes it worth saving and selling at a later date, thanks to new prediction and control technologies. Julie-Anne Ryan reports.

  • Trailblazer: Rail was an early  adopter of collaboration principles

    Rail: The shared advantage of collaborationSubscription

    17 July, 2014

    The rail industry has been among the first sectors to adopt the new British Standard for collaborative working. Report by Julie-Anne Ryan.

  • Woman engineer

    Day of Action for EqualitySubscription

    18 June, 2014

    With the first National Women in Engineering Day taking place next week, Julie-Anne Ryan looks at some of the events being held on the day, and talks to the people involved.

  • Shoreline: The pipes are moved into position

    Marine: Colwyn Bay rechargeSubscription

    19 May, 2014

    The popular seaside town of Colwyn Bay is getting a boost from a £6.8M scheme that will recharge the beach and provide valuable flood defences.

  • Managed storage

    Flood management: Diversion tacticsSubscription

    13 March, 2014

    Water management professionals are bracing themselves for this spring’s weather cliché, as humourists predict a hosepipe ban by June. But do they have a point?

  • Ground monitoring

    Reaching a new levelSubscription

    GE May 2013

    The ground monitoring industry has made some huge technological advances in recent years, but understanding what the results mean is still essential for success. Julie-Anne Ryan reports.