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Heathrow Airport has today told the Airports Commission that there is “no quick or easy solution” to ease the UK’s lack of hub airport capacity.
The strategic case for High Speed 2 (HS2) has not yet been fully demonstrated, a report by public spending watchdog the National Audit Office (NAO) has today concluded.
Thames Water has awarded AMP6 design and build deals to two consortiums.
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Consultant Buro Happold has won the contract to engineer the £100M transformation of the former London Olympics media centre to a new creative and digital hub for the capital.
American government investigators are to investigate why bolts that have snapped on the eastern span of California’s new Oakland Bay Bridge were specified despite being banned from other projects.
Scientists have warned that the destruction of the Amazon rainforest could lead to a massive drop in the amount of electricity generated by Brazil’s hydropower industry.
A construction firm in Belize has bulldozed one of the country’s most important Mayan temples.
One of the UK’s most important historical concrete buildings has been returned to its former glory following the completion last week of a £1.1M refurbishment.
Preston’s visually striking bus station is facing an uncertain future as heritage experts and the local council debate its value. But perhaps there is another debate to be had between engineers and architects about the motivations for protecting structures via refurbishment and retrofitting instead of knocking them down and starting again.
The UK’s first major construction equipment show is just a few weeks away. Margo Cole previews the highlights.
Consulting engineers are recruiting again as they get to grips with growing workloads overseas, and to an extent in the UK. Here NCE profiles those who took on the most engineers last year.
NCE was out in force at this week’s Plantworx show, canvassing the thronging masses on the state of the construction market. Sir Ranulph Fiennes, representing Caterpillar, offers his views on the world in this short interview.
Programme management is seen by many as something of a dark art; hard to qualify and harder still to quantify the value it brings. NCE teams up with London 2012 delivery partner CLM and the Olympic Delivery Authority to demystify the practice in a webinar. Watch it here.
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