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Taking issues

Visit www. magazine for the latest in-depth information to complement the biggest stories in NCE magazine each week.

This week lItaly's new Messina crossing - full details lBuilding Bertie's Bowl - Dublin's new political football stadium.

Multi-modal studies under fire - again.

Our desk study microsites cover the biggest issues and the hottest projects in civil engineering including:

Heathrow Terminal 5 - soon to be one of the biggest construction sites in the world.

M6 toll (BNRR) - the politics and technicalities behind the UK's first privately built toll motorway.

The World Trade Center - the fall and rise of this now iconic business centre.

The Millennium Bridge - Everything you need to know about this infamous structure - engineering triumph or architectural failure - you decide.

Wembley Stadium - one day we'll build it. Until then here's all the facts and figures.

Transport policy - all the facts, policies, dates, rebates and reports in one place.

The Tube - London's political hot potato.

Rail - the place to find out everything that's going on or under debate in the rail infrastructure industry.

Flooding - The why's and where's of this emotive issue plus bundles of facts about what is being done.

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