Mark Hansford's stories
Your View | Plaudits for TfL's new PPE, tackling climate change and tunnel boast challengedSubscription
This week you’re applauding Transport for London for its new range of PPE designed for women, commenting on climate change and challenging the trans-Pennine tunnel boast.
This week’s hot topics include Sir Philip Dilley’s resignation as Environment Agency chairman, the value of upper catchment management in flood defence and the worth of contractor in-house design teams.
Your View | A crunching carbon specialSubscription
New Civil Engineer’s Crunching Carbon feature challenged engineers to wake up to realities of climate change and accept their role in tackling it. The challenge has provoked strong debate.
Young Poles tour major UK projectsSubscription
You spoke, we listened. This week marks the beginning of a bold new era for New Civil Engineer. And we’re very excited about it.
Yorkshire: Green PioneersSubscription
Yorkshire remains at the cutting edge of the UK’s green energy boom, says exclusive research for NCE
Yorkshire and Humber: An energy power houseSubscription
Yorkshire & Humber’s aspiration to be a global leader in green energy technologies shows no sign of abating, with nuclear now added to the mix. Mark Hansford reports.
Yorks RDA chief slams climate change effortsSubscription
Civil engineers are not doing enough to tackle sustainable development, the sustainability boss of a regional development agency said this week.