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The UK’s first flood barrier spanning a passenger rail track will form a key part of the £18M Newhaven flood alleviation scheme when it is completed next year.
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30 October 2014
Making the case: Incoming ICE president David Balmforth sets out how engineers can reclaim their place in the heart of society.
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7 November 2018Rob Horgan
Incoming ICE president Andrew Wyllie has stressed the importance of improving diversity within the industry.
27 November 2018Sam Sholli
It may be preferable if surface water falling on hard surfaces is left to infiltrate into the ground rather than flowing into a piped sewer system, a manual published by Water UK has claimed.
18 October 2018Rob Horgan
The ICE has urged the government to increase the use of toll finance to fund highways infrastructure work.
16 October 2018Rob Horgan
Engineers could face periodic mid-career peer reviews under new proposals put forward to the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
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