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2007 Floods 10 Years Later | The responseSubscription
This summer the flooding gods have struck Houston and southern Texas and the devastation caused there has been broadcast far and wide.
Denmark's digital railwaySubscription
In the old days, pre-signalling, the train driver was given a stick.
Gabon’s president Ali Bongo Ondimba has ambitious plans to develop the country’s infrastructure and has drafted in engineering firm Bechtel to help. Katie Coyne reports.
Engineers hope visitors to London will be able to count walking on the roof of the 02 as one of the top attractions in the capital.
Thames Estuary airport plan blasted as 'bonkers'Subscription
London mayor Boris Johnson’s island airport plan was blasted today by an expert as “stark raving bonkers”.
Sanctions confusion threatens Libya workSubscription
Confusion about the status of UK trade sanctions against Libya could prevent UK civil engineers and construction firms from seizing opportunities in the new democracy.
Progress on new funding models for infrastructure announced in today’s budget was welcomed but more needed to be done to reassure potential private investors said industry.
Chancellor George Osborne made a commitment to delivering on infrastructure projects that would drive the economy and announced a £130M expansion of the Northern Hub rail programme in today’s budget.
Further evidence that bad projects not bad project managers lead to cost overruns on public projects has been revealed in research seen exclusively by NCE.
Declarations of intent valuable but one expert says no work will begin before autumn.