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Kier has confirmed that it is stepping in to replace Carillion on its High Speed 2 joint venture with Eiffage and all Highways England jobs where it was in JV with the failed contractor.
It’s time for an engineering revolution.
Crunching Carbon | Urgent call to actionSubscription
Two years on from the historic COP21 deal on climate change, global carbon emissions are higher than ever. What is going to force civil engineers into action?
Crunching Carbon | Who is taking the initiative?Subscription
Two years have passed since the UK launched the world’s first standard for managing infrastructure carbon. So who is using it?
Carillion is to enter liquidiation with immediate effect after weekend-long talks with its banks and the government failed to secure any agreement.
Call to make Hong Kong resilient, smart citySubscription
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam is urging civil engineers to redouble their efforts in helping the city state become more climate resilient and embracing of smart technologies.
Train derails and falls onto freeway in USSubscription
A train on its inaugural trip has derailed and fallen from a bridge onto a motorway in the US, with at least three deaths reported.
Drones | Eyes in the sky for highways engineersSubscription
The days of road closures and hazardous topographical survey work could soon be over.
2017 Graduate of the Year winnersSubscription
What makes for an outstanding civil engineering graduate? New Civil Engineer’s Graduate awards offer the answer.
Lots of excitement has inevitably surrounded chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget and the plethora of reports, strategies and deals that have been published in the weeks following, all largely focused on tackling Britain’s “productivity” challenge.