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Our civil engineer blog contributors give their perspective on what is happening today - across all the civil engineering disciplines.
ICE Council graduate member Emily Bonner was at the ICE dinner on MasterChef: The Professionals where the similarities between cooking and engineering were consumed.
Workers in the construction industry are far more likely to commit suicide than those in any other sector. Steve Hails, director of health, safety and wellbeing at Tideway, explains what the industry is doing to address the issue.
Professor John Parkin discusses the Venturer Autonomous Vehicles project and the results of trials to assess the human response to the artificial intelligence decision making system.
As an ICE Fellow and regular Infrastructure Blog reader I have always been surprised that energy from waste (EfW) doesn’t feature more prominently in blogs about pathways to achieving a low carbon economy.
Do infrastructure professionals expect too much, or the wrong thing, from their sustainability colleagues?
Is it time for infrastructure professionals to incorporate predictions of actual climate change into their work – however unwelcome that may be?
Ahead of her speaking role at ICE’s Transport Asset Management conference Lila Tachtsi looks at how well local authorities are getting on with the new code.
BIM can only take off in the UK once construction completes its long overdue adoption of 3D CAD, argues Robin de Jongh of GCA Consulting in this month’s ICE Civil Engineering journal.
The recent launch of NEC4 provides an opportunity to debate the future role of the NEC users in promoting best practice in the use of NEC contracts.
Crossrail programme director Simon Wright introduces a special issue of ICE’s Civil Engineering journal on programme management of London’s £14.8bn Elizabeth line, set to open next year.
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