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Bond Street tube upgrade

Bond Street Tube upgrade: Into the labyrinth

The project to upgrade Bond Street Underground station so it can cope with extra passengers from Crossrail is a hugely complex logistical and engineering challenge. Katherine Smale finds out more about the work beneath London’s busy Oxford Street.

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10 ways to digitise the construction sector: No. 1 BIM for bridges

Innovate UK is investing £6M to encourage collaborative research and development that supports the digitisation of the construction industry supply chain. In the first of a series of articles, NCE looks at one of 10 projects it is supporting

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Equality: 10 steps to success

Companies which signed up to Women into Science Engineering’s 10 point plan for addressing gender imbalance have been explaining their approaches to the challenges.

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Water round table: Customer first

AMP 6, the new regulatory five year investment period for the water industry has started. In a round table discussion sponsored by Lafarge Tarmac, leading industry figures from clients to contractors discuss what it means for them.

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Viridor: Power in waste

New energy-from-waste power stations are keeping millions of tonnes of rubbish out of landfill sites and bringing real benefits to communities. But one of the big operators argues that more needs to be done at a regulatory level to encourage the industry.

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