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The River Thames should be an integral part of London’s transport network, but steps are needed to realise its potential. Ahead of October’s Global Engineering Congress, our roundtable report explores how a wide network of…
Cities need to become ‘smarter’ if we are to save the planet. John Dora, editor of a special issue of ICE Engineering Sustainability journal on smart cities, says the ingenuity of civil engineers will be essential for their delivery.
In 2019 UK government departments will favour bids for construction contracts that offer offsite manufacturing. Gavin White and Andrew Mather of Ramboll offer guidance to civil engineers on how to make projects ‘offsite ready’.
How can the infrastructure sector capitalise on the data opportunity? Ahead of the ICE Shaping a Digital World event on 25 September, we held a joint roundtable with construction sector advisors Invennt to explore the actions required.
Credible plans to address the shortage of civil engineers often seem to be focused on long-term sustained actions that won’t deliver now but several years in the future. Possibly. New research sponsored by ICE suggests CEOs and the…
The sustainable development of urban underground space is an issue which often gets overlooked. Here, Han Admiraal & Antonia Cornaro discuss the concept of underground space development in detail.
Civil engineers need a cohesive strategy to cope with the infrastructure demands likely to result from the surge in electric vehicle use within the next seven years, says Chris Evans of the Rolton Group.
Ahead of the Global Engineering Congress (GEC) in October, Hayley Baines-Buffery explores the critical role of the construction and infrastructure sector in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Do we really know everything important about the impacts of our infrastructure projects? And if we don’t, does it matter?
When it comes to infrastructure are opportunities being missed that could create lasting value for all stakeholders? Mott MacDonald's Davide Stronati discusses this issue ahead of an ICE UN SDG seminar in July.
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