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Ground Improvements

The estimation of earthquake ground motions that may occur at a given site during a future earthquake is a key aspect of seismic hazard assessment. In spite of great improvements in earthquake simulations, future shaking is still generally assessed using empirical ground motion prediction equations…

event-location
United Kingdom,
Date
25 May 2016
Time
18:00 - 20:00 BST (GMT+1)

Add more lanes to a 6km trunk road without stopping the traffic The 6.4km Coal House to Metro Centre stretch of the A1 used to be the third most congested link on the national trunk road network and the most congested regionally. It carried more than 116,000 vehicles a day – double its original pred…

Date
20 June 2023
Guest Blogger

When the government announces the biggest investment in rail ever, Andrew Jones MP, chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Infrastructure (APPGI), argues it should be welcomed.

Date
16 March 2022
Type
WICE Project

Edinburgh sewers

Provide a sewer system for Edinburgh to improve public health By the mid-18th century the Scottish capital of Edinburgh was a growing, increasingly prosperous city. It was also one of Europe's most densely populated, overcrowded and unsanitary urban areas. Over 50,000 people were crammed behin…

Date
20 June 2023
Type
WICE Project

Pavement engineering

Create a surface on which people or animals can move cleanly and efficiently A pavement in everyday English means the footpath at the side of a road. In engineering terms, a pavement means a man-made surface on natural ground that people, vehicles or animals can cross. Any ground surface prepared fo…

Date
20 June 2023
Type
WICE Project

Shieldhall Tunnel

Flooding and water quality addressed by a new tunnel In June 2002 a month’s rain fell on Glasgow in just one afternoon leaving the south side of Scotland’s largest city under several feet of water. The existing sewer network simply didn’t have the capacity for such volumes of water. A new 5km waste-…

Date
20 June 2023
Type
WICE Project

Silvertown Tunnel

First new road crossing east of Tower Bridge in over 30 years Silvertown Tunnel is going to be a 0.9mi (1.45km) long twin-bore tunnel passing underneath the River Thames in East London, connecting Silvertown with North Greenwich. It’s being built to help alleviate congestion in the area, particularl…

Date
20 June 2023

The Wales Cymru Awards celebrate projects of all sizes and scopes from across the region

Date
14 May 2024

We aim to provide readily accessible funding to the engineering community and collaborators, and to help deliver on ICE’s business plan by enabling the built environment community to address its key aims.

Date
06 October 2023

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