Mark Hansford's stories
The owner and operator of the Polcevera viaduct was actively tendering for €20M (£17.9M) of structural retrofitting at the time of its collapse, as a stop gap while a complete upgrade of the major road network around Genoa was worked up.
What is the single biggest challenge faced by infrastructure clients today? And how can the civil engineering profession help overcome it?
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Tech Excellence | Building Muscat's new airportSubscription
Exacting designs, and a two year warranty period were among challenges facing contractors building the new airport for Oman’s capital, Muscat.
Tech Excellence | Connecting site and plantSubscription
We are a technology company using connectivity to achieve better business performance for our customers,” explains Onwave managing director Stuart Ladbrook.
The final cost of Crossrail will be around £700M over the projected cost, New Civil Engineer understands.
ICE members vote for governance changeSubscription
ICE Corporate Members have voted in favour of significant changes to the governance arrangements of the Institution.
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ICE Corporate Members have less than one week left to vote in the ballot to decide the future governance arrangements for the Institution.
Tidal lagoon boss slams 'pathetic' governmentSubscription
Swansea Bay tidal lagoon backers have slammed the government’s “lack of faith” in British industry after it canned the £1.3bn scheme for good.
Comment | Confronting future water shortagesSubscription
Water regulator Ofwat may not like it, but temporary use bans and drought orders are real and are in the 10 year plans of water companies as they prepare for life without additional resources in the near to medium-term.