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The first step to walking the career path is often determined by how you get on it.
Be flexible. Be open to opportunities as they arise. And take calculated risks.
Following months of stress, tears and finally celebration as you reach the end of your journey in education, graduation can be equally thrilling as it is terrifying.
Engineers are engineers because of the love of the job. Very few groups of professionals pride themselves on their work as much as engineers do.
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.
Highways England has reported a worsening gender pay gap by 11% according to initial official figures filed ahead of this year’s reporting deadline.
Lots of consultancies talk about having a diversely skilled workforce, but Nichols is proof that successful project managers come from all disciplines.
Firms including Mace, Balfour Beatty and Ferrovial have signed up to a plan from Heathrow Airport’ operator to deliver 10,000 apprenticeships by 2030 as it prepares to expand.
ICE members can now self-assess their skillsets and identify areas for development with a new online tool.
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.