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New Civil Engineer's Big Fat Quiz of the Year - Final Round

Crossrail tunnel

It is the final round of the New Civil Engineer’s Big Fat Quiz of the Year. Time to make those last points count in the picture round.

The year has certainly had more than its fair share of memorable moments, be they the collapse of Carillion, the terrible bridge collapses in Florida and Genoa, or the embarrassing delay to opening of Europe’s biggest infrastructure project, Crossrail. There have been highs too, with civil engineers making the news and impact worldwide with some incredible innovations. But how well do you remember them?  

Yesterday’s round focused on everything that made the news in New Civil Engineer from October to December this year. 

Today is of course, the picture round.  

The quiz is being brought to you in association with leading stormwater management solutions provider Wavin. 

If you missed our other rounds, its not too late!  

You can catch up on Monday’s round here and you can see the questions from Tuesday’s round here.

Wednesday’s round can be found here

Its not too late to complete all the rounds!  

Answers will be published tomorrow, Friday 21 December, when we will also announce the winners of our very special prize. 

Make the last round count! Click on the logo to begin:


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