Low carbon | Cost equationSubscription
Cutting carbon saves cost. Five years after publication of the Infrastructure Carbon Review, the evidence is compelling.
Elevate | Get your CV rightSubscription
New Civil Engineer is hosting a week long online recruitment event to help engineers boost their careers.
Water Resilience | Clancy DocwraSubscription
Contractors have always known that the operational knowledge and experience of their operatives, built up over time, is as valuable in the field as anything. Now Clancy Docwra has the evidence to prove it.
Software | Reinforcing existing structuresSubscription
Advances in technology mean reinforcing steel can be added to existing concrete structures increasingly efficiently, and Hilti is opening up to clients a range of projects that were previously prohibited.
NCE100 Trending20 shortlist revealedSubscription
New Civil Engineer can reveal the NCE100 Trending20, our pick of the most innovative small and medium-sized firms in the industry.
Service | Basement waterproofingSubscription
Newton Waterproofing created a bespoke solution for an east London basement.
Design | Perfecting the steel/concrete interfaceSubscription
Getting the right connections between steel and concrete elements is a critical part of many major projects. But designing and specifying the correct anchor can be a time consuming process.
Detailed proposals are to be developed for a £1.5-£1.7bn metro system, including an underground station, linking Cambridge and its surrounding areas.
Products | Making BIM more accessibleSubscription
Building information modelling (BIM) has been an unlit fuse for years – and product manufacturers may soon be handed a match.
Push for clearer Northern Powerhouse plansSubscription
The ICE hosted the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Infrastructure (APPGI) for a briefing session in early October. The session concentrated on the ICE’s recently published Delivering a Northern Infrastructure Strategy report.