Mark Hansford's stories
Circular Economy | Dutch Plastic RoadSubscription
A modular road made from recycled plastic is being trialled in the Netherlands.
Former transport minister John Hayes has issued a lambasting critique of civil engineering companies and their inability to design “beautiful” infrastructure.
Survey | Designing steel to concrete connectionsSubscription
How confident do you feel designing steel to concrete connections? Share your views through New Civil Engineer’s confidential survey.
Regional transport authorities have been confidentially told by government to start preparing mothballed road projects for delivery ahead of a £1bn funding bonanza this Autumn.
Balfour Beatty is teaming up with industry best practice body Constructing Excellence to create an initiative to get more women in construction to director level and beyond.
Setbacks should not prevent us from innovatingSubscription
This is an industry on the cusp of a technological revolution.
Crossrail has confirmed that Elizabeth Line services between Paddington in central London and Abbey Wood in the south east of the capital will not open until autumn 2019.
Low temperature anaerobic digestionSubscription
An Irish start-up using a pioneering system of low-temperature anaerobic digestion is set to start transforming the way wastewater is treated.
Eighteen years after the London East West Study was first published, Crossrail is nearing completion.
Five game-changers picked to present at TechFestSubscription
Five outstanding young companies with potentially game-changing ideas for the civil engineering sector have been picked to headline New Civil Engineer’s Festival of Innovation and Technology, taking place in London next week.