Industry News

Industry News

In June 2017, New Civil Engineer warned of a ‘Robot takeover’ on the frontpage of its magazine. More than two years later and the robots are yet to wipe us out.
Crossrail’s unfolding problems suggest the management team was out of touch with the scale of issues it faced, so how can project leaders stay in the know and keep programmes on track.
Nine streets in the centre of London have been designated “electric car only” in a European first.
Highways England’s pledge to review its bridge inspection regime in light of the recent Polcevera viaduct collapse has sparked fresh calls for more funding to be made available by central government.
Eight incredible SMEs with innovative ideas on how to transform the civil engineering sector have been selected to receive further support through the NCE Accelerator progamme.
Jeremy Corbyn has reiterated Labour’s pledge to commit at least £10bn to the proposed Northern Powerhouse Rail project.
Aecom is to lead the design of the Gordie Howe International Bridge, spanning across the Detroit river on the Canada-United States border.
WSP has been appointed as design partner to support a Bam Nuttall, Morgan Sindall joint venture (bmJV) on the M62 J10 to J12 smart motorway scheme.
Bentley’s mixed reality construction software is being used as a management solution on FC Barcelona’s Espai Barça project.
Tunnelling entrepreneur and billionaire tech tycoon Elon Musk overturned industry norms last month with a major contract win, sparking concerns over whether engineering is facing serious disruption fr

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