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Heritage Structures

North Wales has very rich heritage, including the Edwardian Castles, Pontcysyllte aqueduct and canal and the slate landscape of North West Wales. These sites provide an insight into the periods in which each was developed and the development of the civil engineering industry.


Outlining some of the issues and challenges of working alongside and on historic structures whilst meeting the requirements of the Reservoir Act, and the sometimes conflicting priorities this can generate.

WICE Project

Jackfield stabilisation

Stabilise land and improve transport links at World Heritage site Jackfield is located 1km downstream of Ironbridge on the south side of the River Severn in the Ironbridge Gorge, Shropshire and is part of a UNESCO designated World Heritage site. It is also the site of an historic landslip which has…

20 June 2023

London is packed with outstanding civil engineering sights – from neo-classical to brutalist buildings, these structures will amaze and inspire you.

29 July 2022

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