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WATER WORKED

Alexander Watts (third left) of Amec has won the coveted James Rennie Medal, awarded to a young engineer who 'has demonstrated exceptional qualities in the use of engineering principles and construction knowledge in the design or construction of temporary or permanent works'. Watts' paper, 'Bromborough wastewater treatment works', beat off competition from (left to right) Andrew Reeves with 'The design and construction of bored piles', Richard Murray's 'Minehead sea defence works' and ...

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