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Civil engineers talk about the real world challenges, issues and technical developments they have to deal with.
Our civil engineer blog contributors give their perspective on what is happening today - across all the civil engineering disciplines.
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.
A cluster of villages within walking and cycling distance was the winner of a competition to find innovative ways to transform the vital Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford growth arc. Two of its creators discuss their approach.
Almost 90% of freight in London is moved by road. The river Thames could add much needed extra capacity.
The recent ICE Costain Annual Safety lecture focused on the issue of mental health from a human, business and safety perspective. Mind’s Paul Farmer CBE, CEO discusses how engineering and construction can lead the way in tackling…
British ex-pat engineer Chris Perks, Transport Sector Director for environmental and engineering consultancy Tonkin + Taylor, discusses making the move from the UK to New Zealand and his work for the national highways agency.
Offsite manufacturing will only really work in infrastructure if we take a more standardised approach to design.
Graphene’s unrivalled mechanical, thermal, optical and electrical properties will soon be benefiting civil engineering, says Andrew Pollard of the National Physical Laboratory.
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