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Nadine Buddoo

As New Civil Engineer’s news editor, I am responsible for daily news coverage – reporting on major projects and breaking stories as they happen. I was previously deputy editor of New Civil Engineer’s sister publication Ground Engineering.

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  • Traffic congestion roads 3x2

    ‘Robust planning’ needed for RIS2, says ORRSubscription

    14 December, 2016

    The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has today (14 December) published its approach to assessing the second Road Investment Strategy (RIS2).

  • infrastructure

    NIC seeks feedback on infrastructure paperSubscription

    9 December, 2016

    The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has today (9 December) published the first paper in a series that explores factors affecting infrastructure supply and demand.

  • Winter Gardens conference centre 3x2

    The Gallery | Morgan Tucker wins Blackpool projectSubscription

    8 December, 2016Updated: 9 December, 2016

    Engineering consultant Morgan Tucker has been appointed as structural and civil engineer for the Blackpool Conference and Exhibition Centre.

  • Mathematics gallery credit Nick Guttridge

    Science Museum unveils mathematics galleryVideoSubscription

    8 December, 2016

    The Science Museum is today (8 December) opening a new mathematics gallery, bringing together more than 100 artefacts from its science, technology, engineering and mathematics collections.

  • infrastructure

    Good design essential for infrastructure plan, says NICSubscription

    6 December, 2016

    The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has outlined plans to put design at the heart of its future infrastructure recommendations.

  • SNS Interior

    Energy storage trial signals low-carbon futureSubscription

    6 December, 2016

    A trial of the largest grid-scale battery in Britain has proved it can potentially transform the energy grid and play a major role in the transition towards a low-carbon economy.

  • smart city

    Report names top UK cities for urban planningSubscription

    6 December, 2016

    Bristol, Plymouth and Newcastle are the UK’s leading cities with regards to their technology-driven planning systems, according to a new report.

  • Cartube Wire Collective London

    Underground transit system for cars plannedSubscription

    6 December, 2016

    Architecture practice PLP has unveiled its concept design for a new transport solution for cities that use autonomous vehicles in underground tunnels.

  • Big Bang

    STEM teachers express curriculum concerns Subscription

    5 December, 2016

    Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) teachers are concerned that the national curriculum is failing STEM careers, according to new research.

  • NCE award 3x2

    New Civil Engineer wins top accoladeSubscription

    2 December, 2016

    New Civil Engineer has scooped the prestigious Magazine of the Year accolade at the International Building Press Awards.

All by Nadine Buddoo