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Our civil engineer blog contributors give their perspective on what is happening today - across all the civil engineering disciplines.
Flooding and drought are no longer seen as ‘third world problems’. As engineers we need to factor in water sustainability into all our projects if we have any hope of coping with climate change.
Ahead of his speaking slot at ICE Shaping a Digital World, Mat Colmer of the Digital Catapult considers the role of the engineer in a digital future.
Gillian explains why it’s so important to go into schools as a STEM Ambassador and let students try hands-on engineering activities.
Over a million people will die this year on the world’s roads. Stephen Newport of IMC Worldwide, guest editor of ICE’s Transport journal, says all of us have a stake in transport safety.
Digital engineering is making a huge difference to how civil engineers manage bridges. Craig Giaccio, editor of a themed issue of ICE’s Bridge Engineering journal, explains.
Ahead of speaking at ICE’s Shaping a Digital World conference our unnameable representative from the National Cyber Security Centre highlights their research into engineering processes and security.
The Crossrail C610 project posed engineering challenges around the use of high-density floating track slab (FTS) to reduce noise and vibration. Andrew Turner of Camfaud Concrete Ltd explains the solutions for supplying heavyweight concrete.
The decision by government to give the go-ahead to 3 offshore wind farms is a huge boost for the viability of renewable energy. But just how close are we really to providing subsidy-free low carbon electricity?
Are perceptions of the construction sector fair and if they are, what do we need to do about it?
The process of gathering data – from deploying an instrument, to retrieving the profiles, downloading them, reformatting, and reviewing data sets – is a challenging one for engineers the world over. But as manufacturers there…
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