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Think you know all that happened in 2018? Take our big quiz and find out!

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New Civil Engineer has teamed up with leading stormwater management solutions provider Wavin to provide you with a fun quiz to test your knowledge of the civil engineering year that was 2018.

The year has certainly had more than its fair share of memorable moments, be they the collapse of Carillion, the terrible bridge collapses in Florida and Genoa, or the embarrassing delay to opening of Europe’s biggest infrastructure project, Crossrail. There have been highs too, with civil engineers making the news and impact worldwide with some incredible innovations. But how well do you remember them? 

New Civil Engineer’s take on Channel 4’s the Big Fat Quiz of the Year asks readers to reflect on the year that was 2018 with a civil engineering slant; recalling the highs, the lows and the most memorable moments captured by New Civil Engineer in print and online.

The quiz is being brought to you in association with leading stormwater management solutions provider Wavin.

Each day from Monday 17 December through to Thursday 20 December we will pose 10 questions that will ask you to cast your minds back to the stories, the people and the projects that made the news in 2018.

Answers on Friday 21 December when we will also announce the winners of our very special prize.

Today’s questions all relate the events that were making the news in the first part of the year.

So cast your minds back, best of luck and enjoy recalling the year that was! Click on the logo to begin:

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