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Our civil engineer blog contributors give their perspective on what is happening today - across all the civil engineering disciplines.
Drones are increasingly being used for condition surveys of infrastructure and plant. Head of digital at Balfour Beatty Victor Snook discusses how they are helping to improve both safety and productivity.
The need for a broad coalition of stakeholders – especially local and risk management authorities and businesses - to work together in the use, protection and maintenance of water resources is now widely recognised, but how can we…
Why do we consistently get lost in the detail and forget the bigger picture when considering sustainability?
Nordic countries continue to lead the world in many aspects of infrastructure design and construction. Andrew Martin and Colin Rawlings report on a special issue of the ICE Civil Engineering journal that showcases the region’s…
David Owens, Senior Consultant Digital Transformation at Costain, explores the challenges around data exchange in infrastructure and what we can learn from the past.
We don’t design a road through a pylon or a house through a gas main so why don’t we design surface drainage properly? Ian Titherington, Lead Officer, Cardiff City Council calls for recognition that this most inflexible…
Geotechnical engineers need to focus more on the sustainability and resilience of their solutions. Jeffrey Keaton, editor of an ICE journal on the topic, says simply providing good engineering is no longer enough.
The fifth annual ICE-Topcon lecture looked at how technology is enabling smarter asset management while also highlighting how crucial security is when sharing information digitally.
It's national apprenticeship week so former apprentice Will Wood, 21, discusses the opportunities that his apprenticeship brought him and why more needs to be done to encourage young people into civil engineering.
All of us need to engage with the younger generation and inspire them to consider a career in civil engineering.
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