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New life for 150-year-old station in focus in latest Civil Engineering journal

Date
30 January 2024

The latest instalment of the ICE’s flagship journal – free for ICE members to download – is out now.

New life for 150-year-old station in focus in latest Civil Engineering journal
The 150-year-old Waterside railway station in Derry/Londonderry was reborn as a state-of-the-art multimodal transport hub. Image credit: Emerald Publishing

The February issue of the Civil Engineering journal, which showcases Derry/Londonderry’s North West Transport Hub, has now been published.

The issue, which is free for ICE members to download and read, offers members an opportunity to stay up-to-date with research and practice in civil engineering worldwide.

The February instalment looks at how the derelict 150-year-old Waterside railway station in Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland, was reborn as a state-of-the-art multimodal transport hub.

The new hub features integrated rail, bus and active travel facilities.

Other peer reviewed papers include ‘The first high-rise concrete modular integrated construction building in Hong Kong’.

This paper looks at a new, multi-award-winning development of high-rise living quarters for firefighters in Hong Kong, which has been successfully delivered using modular construction.

And the issue also features a paper reviewing the design and innovative construction of steel truss cable-stayed bridges in China.

This paper seeks to provide a comprehensive and useful reference for further design and construction of steel truss cable-stayed bridges worldwide.

This Civil Engineering journal issue also features six briefing articles to bring readers more information on the industry.

The February issue of Civil Engineering contains the address of the ICE’s 159th President, Professor Anusha Shah.

Answer the call for new papers from the Civil Engineering journal on the same topic as Professor Shah's address.

  • Benjamin Ramster, journals manager at Emerald Publishing