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NCE 18 December 2014

Looking to the future: inspiring graduates set the tone in NCE’s forward-looking year-ending special issue.

NCE’s bumper last issue of the year features NCE’s Graduate of Year Awards winners and our forward-looking Infrastructure in 2015 special report. Click here to read it as a pageturning pdf.

In this issue:

  • Environment Agency boss joins feminist lobby
  • Five year wait for Boston flood barrier
  • Hampstead dam repair scheme survives legal challenge
  • New government roads company will take on 500 more staff
  • NCE and industry leaders link up over supply chain skills
  • Second planning boost for Thames Garden Bridge


  • Find out the winners of the International Tunnelling Awards
  • A selection of winners from the recent British Construction Industry Awards share BIM best practice
  • How climbing formowork is helping to overcome high winds and a tight construction programme in Azerbaijan



Readers' comments (2)

  • I wish I had not bowed to your hectoring to change to the Digital NCE. It is so cumbersome to get access to it online I no longer bother reading it. Is there an easy way to go back to receiving print?

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  • Hi there, sorry to hear you are finding it hard to get at - we are still fine tuning our presentation so please stick with us

  • The magazine style NCE PDF quality is so poor that I'm finding it too small and difficult to read. Is it just the way my IPad is set up?

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  • Hi Steve, sorry to hear that. Are you reading the pdfs using the NCE app? If so you should be able to pinch and zoom. My colleague Struan at will be able to help

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