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New Civil Engineer
Alan Bromage

  • Olympic goal


    CONCRETE ENGINEERING - The concrete industry has played a big role in the construction of many recent football stadiums. Alan Bromage explains why this means it can play a big part in the build up to the London 2012 Olympics.
  • Solid argument


    CONCRETE ENGINEERING - With 'dig and dump' on its last legs as a way of dealing with contaminated earth, a group of key industry bodies is sounding its support for soil stabilisation and solidification techniques. Alan Bromage reports.
  • Rising to the challenge


    Concrete engineering Towers twice the height of Nelson's Column will be needed for the next generation of wind turbines.Alan Bromage believes concrete is the right solution.
  • Concrete - So solid crew


    New Concrete Engineering Brownfield remediation - Although a relatively new technique to the UK, soil stabilisation and solidification looks set to become the technique of choice for the remediation of brownfield sites, believes Alan Bromage.

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