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Exacting designs, and a two year warranty period were among challenges facing contractors building the new airport for Oman’s capital, Muscat.
We are a technology company using connectivity to achieve better business performance for our customers,” explains Onwave managing director Stuart Ladbrook.
Last year New Civil Engineer brought news of Mace’s NCE100 award winning jumping factory. Twelve months on we return to see whether it has lived up to its promise.
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Most experienced civil and structural engineers will be familiar with the Liebig brand and the anchoring technology associated with it.
Creative thinking and embodies RPS’ approach to environmental challenges.
HR Wallingford provides water and water environment advice worldwide.
Black & Veatch uses digital and engineering skill to help infrastructure clients.
Advances in technology mean reinforcing steel can be added to existing concrete structures increasingly efficiently, and Hilti is opening up to clients a range of projects that were previously prohibited.
Hewson Consulting is well known for its award-winning bridges. Less well know is the firm’s strength in railway stations and underground structures.
Bouygues-Dragages is building Hong Kong’s deepest, longest and largest sub-sea road tunnel project, comprising a dual two lane subsea tunnel approximately 5.5km long.
Newton Waterproofing created a bespoke solution for an east London basement.
A huge bridge beam lifting operation has been completed on the £96M Lincoln Eastern Bypass.
The tunnelling firm headed up by US engineering billionaire Elon Musk has plans to build a high-speed, zero emission underground transport system to the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.