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Alexandra Wynne

I'm New Civil Engineer's Deputy Editor and love nothing more than hearing all the gossip, news and views from the industry's key figures – so do get in touch if there's a burning issue you want to see covered.

The main features content and special themes for each monthly magazine are also part of my remit so any ideas for showing off your technical or technology excellence (especially through site visit invites) are welcome.

I've worked for New Civil Engineer and its sister magazine Ground Engineering since 2007 and have been fortunate to cover national and international stories on the full range of engineering issues from disasters through to epic projects.

Contact Info

Tel:
020 3953 2822
Email:
alexandra.wynne@emap.com

Stories

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    How to address changing skills needs post-Crossrail and Grenfell Subscription

    31 May, 2019

    Challenges around costs and delivery on major programmes, along with last year’s shocking bridge collapses in the United States and Italy, have led the fundamental question being asked: just how good are civil engineers at their jobs? How easily can we reassure clients, government and – crucially – the wider public – that we have the education, experience, expertise and ongoing training to enable us to practice with confidence?

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    Future of Cities | Transforming StationsSubscription

    17 April, 2019

    Railway stations could be set for a renaissance thanks to their recognised role in making cities more attractive places to work and live. But only if the engineering and design is right.

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    ‘Critical faults’ force Hammersmith Bridge closureSubscription

    10 April, 2019Comments (2)

    Hammersmith Bridge in West London has been forced to close indefinitely after ‘critical faults’ were discovered.

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    Wyllie to step down from CostainSubscription

    6 March, 2019

    Costain chief executive Andrew Wyllie is stepping down after 14 years at the helm of the major contractor.

  • Hk kwong wah hospital

    Future of Buildings | Public SectorSubscription

    14 February, 2019

    Evolving healthcare and education priorities could dramatically overhaul future hospitals schools. So what does this mean for building design.

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    Future of Tunnelling | Battersea Power TunnelSubscription

    16 January, 2019

    Redevelopment of London’s Battersea Power Station has required intricate tunnelling to supply its inhabitants with electricity.

  • One Great George Street

    ICE Council endorses professional review recommendationsSubscription

    13 December, 2018

    ICE council has endorsed the recommendations of an important industry-wide review of the profession.

  • Mark Hansford becomes ICE Fellow

    New Civil Engineer editor becomes ICE FellowSubscription

    12 December, 2018

    New Civil Engineer editor Mark Hansford has become a Fellow of the ICE.

  • Humber dehumidifaction gantry

    Future of Bridges | Maintenance in the spotlightSubscription

    15 November, 2018Updated: 15 November, 2018

    Collapse of the Polcevera Viaduct in Genoa has thrown bridge maintenance into the spotlight, after near misses like at Hammersmith in the UK, with engineers calling for more rigorous, predictive regimes.

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    Civils 4.0 | Five to Watch at TechFestSubscription

    18 September, 2018Updated: 18 September, 2018

    Five visionary ideas are improving civils delivery now and in the future were set to be among those on show at TechFest in London.

All by Alexandra Wynne

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