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Plant special: comment

NCE this week launches a new regular series of articles to bring civil engineers up to date with the latest improvements and innovations coming out of the construction plant sector.

As pressure to deliver infrastructure design, construction and maintenance to increasingly tight budgets grows, the innovations and advances coming out of the plant industry have become crucial to the industry’s success.

A thorough knowledge of available plant technology and of the thinking going on about future development is vital to helping every professional make the right decisions when delivering efficient, safe and economic infrastructure.

Each month NCE will carry features looking at how plant is being used on construction sites right now to drive innovation and new thinking into the design and construction process.

And we will be bringing you analysis of the lessons learnt from around the world and comparison of UK working methods with other countries alongside shorter updates on new innovations.

Knowledge of and choice of the right plant and construction methods are critical to the success of modern civil engineering. Working closely with the industry, NCE’s new plant update will be central to giving you the information you need.

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