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Methods of Measurement

Credible plans to address the shortage of civil engineers often seem to be focused on long-term sustained actions that won’t deliver now but several years in the future. Possibly. New research sponsored by ICE suggests CEOs and the sector are missing a trick that can be actioned now.

Date
01 March 2024
Type
Civil Engineer blog

Designing for pedestrians

John Schoon examines the issues around pedestrian characteristics and practical design to see how people can be encouraged to walk more.

Date
16 January 2022

The construction industry’s approach to design for manufacture and assembly is to use remote off-site factories. Andrew Watts of Newtecnic says greater use of robotics and local, flexible ‘construction laboratories’ is a better way.

Date
01 March 2024
Type
Civil Engineer blog

Engineering zero-energy homes

Civil engineers are playing a major role in the push towards zero-energy housing. John Calautit, editor of a themed issue of the ICE Engineering Sustainability journal, reports on the latest developments.

Date
05 May 2022

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