By continuing to use the site you agree to our Privacy & Cookies policy

Your browser seems to have cookies disabled. For the best experience of this website, please enable cookies in your browser.


Your browser is no longer supported

For the best possible experience using our website we recommend you upgrade to a newer version or another browser.


Herne Hill flood alleviation

Herne Hill flood alleviation scheme

Herne Hill flood alleviation scheme has just won the BCI Award for sustainability for being a hidden project whose innovation lies in its simplicity”. Katherine Smale finds out more.

Shenzhen metro

Private rail is back on the agenda

Privately financed rail infrastructure deals may be on the cards once again, as chancellor George Osborne seeks to reconcile budget cuts with a commitment to transport spending in next month’s Comprehensive Spending Review.

More transport news and features

Mainmark, Te Puna o Waiwhetu Art Gallery, Christchurch

Video | Computer grouting technique lifts 6,500 sq m New Zealand art gallery

A cutting edge grouting technique has been used to lift and correct the foundations of an art gallery which was damaged in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.

More structures news and features

RSS feed for Water & Environment features

Water & Environment features

Leaky barrier

Natural flood management - funding hurdles worth overcoming

The debate on approaches to flood risk management has embraced a growing recognition that traditional solutions can be complemented, but not replaced, by natural flood management techniques. Katherine Pygott explains why the funding hurdles are worth the effort overcoming.

More water & environment news and features

Shieldhall tunnel

Shieldhall tunnel: Street and narrow

With just the width of a residential street in which to deliver the start of a £100M tunnelling project in Glasgow, logistics and planning proved to be critical.

More geotechnical news and features

Scottish hydro schemes

Small scale hydro power: Water rush

Reductions in feed-in tariffs for small-scale hydro projects have resulted in a rush to complete a large number of pre-accredited schemes in Scotland.

More energy & waste news and features

NCE newsletters

Job of the week

Peter Brett Associates

Civil Engineer - Birmingham

£30,000 - £33,000 per annum + benefits


Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering

£37,760 – £47,801

Senior Infrastructure Engineer – SW London

£45,000-£50,000 plus benefits

Senior Civil Engineer - Water/Wastewater

£60,000 - £70,000 per annum TAX FREE

Quantity Surveyor

£250.00 - £300.00 per day

Civil Structures Lead


Financial Force

Free whitepaper

Managing people for profits


London's £14.5bn Crossrail scheme

Full details

Find out more

Linked In

Follow NCE on LinkedIn

Stay in touch through NCE's online community