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Welcome to The Civil Engineer - our blog on all things civil engineering.
From updates on technical innovations and challenges to the day-to-day experiences of civil engineers, we've got something for you.
With the supply and installation of industrial plant there can be a fine line between contracts that are and are not for “construction operations”.
Scotland’s magnificent new road bridge across the Forth estuary, the Queensferry Crossing, is due to open in May 2017. And extraordinarily, in an age when big projects are often in the headlines for spiralling costs, it has been…
Find out how Hong Kong’s civil engineers are overcoming the problems of sustaining a densely populated modern city. Stuart Ross, editor of a new special issue of the ICE Civil Engineering journal on Hong Kong explains.
Our energy expert Philip Pascall considers the UK’s progress since the Paris COP21 agreement – the topic of discussion at our evening event on 23 November.
Damage to underground ground services can cause serious and fatal injuries. There were over 60,000 strikes last year, with electricity cables causing the most severe consequences. But what could happen to you, as an individual, if you…
In this podcast, ICE's Adam Kirkup interviews Dr. Robin Lovelace, Professor at the University of Leeds, discussing the development of the Propensity to Cycle Toolkit (PCT), and how it can be used to prioritise investments and…
Ahead of our half day seminar on 10 October, Mike Streetly of ESI Consulting considers how water companies are meeting asset management period 6 (AMP6) targets and the importance of working with the environment.
Matthew Frost and Michael Burrow, joint editors of a new themed issue of the ICE Transport journal on railways, highlight the latest developments from the resurgence in university-based rail research
Pete Walker, editor of a new themed issue of the ICE Construction Materials journal on earthen construction, says new techniques are making it a viable alternative to modern high-energy materials.
Two landmark reports concerning water management in the UK were published this month
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