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This week’s magazine leads with the Cambodian bridge tragedy, where bridge sway is feared to have caused the stampede that killed more than 350 at the country’s water festival last week.

Other news includes Network Rail’s response to the decision to delay the Thameslink project by two years because the London Bridge section was considered “too risky”. We also report on plans to encourage private investment in flood defences and on Atkins’ expected approach when it confronts Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude over consultants’ fees.

In the features section we have our annual Piling & Foundations special, lead by a report from Thameslink’s Borough Market - our cover story.

Our letters page has familiar rants on high speed rail and a debate on the relevance of campaigns to promote engineering to women.

The issue also features all the best jobs in our recruitment section.

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