Free downloadable flooding guidance from CIRIASubscription
CIRIA is offering free online access to its report Standards for the repair of buildings following the recent flooding.
In the papers today - Friday 27th JulySubscription
The death toll from Britain's floods grew yesterday amid rising anger at the Government's handling of the crisis.
Capita Symonds bags HA contractSubscription
Capita Symonds' has won an extension to a major traffic management contract for the Highways Agency.
BB hand Piccadilly line extension over to T5Subscription
Balfour Beatty have completed their work on the extansion of the Piccadilly Line to Heathrow Terminal 5.
The proposed Thames Gateway bridge, which would link Greenwich and Newham, has been sent for a second Public Inquiry, much to the annoyance of the Mayor Ken Livingstone.
Traffic levels reach all-time highSubscription
According to statistics today published by the Department for Transport, estimated traffic levels in Great Britain rose by 1.4 per cent between 2005 and 2006, the first year that total traffic has exceeded 500 billion vehicle kilometres.
In the papers today - Thursday 26th JulySubscription
BAE Systems and VT group are to combine their surface warship building and maintenance activities, following the government's long-awaited decision to press ahead with plans to build two new aircraft carriers, costing more than £3.5bn.
Gas explosion hits DallasSubscription
A huge series of explosions at a liquid natural gas (LNG) plant near Dallas, Texas yesterday, has injured three people.
Graduate civil engineers have seen average pay climb by 20% over the last two years to a whopping £34,535 according to the ICE's latest salary survey released this week.
Cost escalation on major projects meant that that Highways Agency failed to meet its target for delivery of major road schemes last year, according to its annual report published yesterday.