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Interview | Peter Mumford, Highways England


Of course in the 1960's and 70's no-one even dreamed about "digital engineering", but better project management and technology and innovation were certainly trms that were used in connection with the regional Road Construction Units that we then had. Perhaps a bit of history repeating itself rather than the dawn of a new era? Somewhere along the way the RCUs were disbanded because there wasn't the need to build so many roads (???). Perhaps our road system would be in better shape if a consistent approach had been maintained over the years. Michael Paul Crailsheim, Germany

Posted date

21 December, 2018

Posted time

5:10 pm