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Tristan from space

International design competition launched to re-engineer Tristan da Cunha

24-Mar-2015 | By

The Government of Tristan da Cunha has launched a design competition to completely revamp the community infrastructure of what is the most remote inhabited island in the world.

Rajendra Singh in New Dehli at World Water Day in New Delhi

Traditional local methods earn Indian man international water prize

20-Mar-2015 | By

An Indian man who used traditional earth dams to collect water and bring rivers back to life has been recognised with an international prize.

Effects of Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu

Send senior engineers to help Vanuatu, urges ICE chief

18-Mar-2015 | By

ICE president David Balmforth has urged companies to put forward senior engineers to help with the response to the cyclone in Vanuatu.

Effects of Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu

Vanuatu must put focus on resilient infrastructure, say engineers

16-Mar-2015 | Updated: 23-Mar-2015 | By

Engineers have called for a renewed focus on building resilient infrastructure in the wake of the cyclone that devastated infrastructure across Vanuatu.

Devastation in Vanuatu March 15

Vanuatu disaster 'worse than the worst case scenario'

16-Mar-2015 | By

Infrastructure has been devastated across the Pacific islands that make up Vanuatu, after 250km/h winds tore through the country on Friday night.

Zlota 44

Libeskind showcases Warsaw tower

13-Mar-2015 | By

World renowned architect Daniel Libeskind has told NCE that the 192m tall Zlota 44 tower in Warsaw, Poland, could be his finest project to date.

Tokyo

World View: Engineering underground space

9-Mar-2015 | By

Global cities must start developing underground space to free up traffic and reduce urban blight. And some of the cost can be offset by unlocking the freed up above-ground space, as Ben Cronin discovers.

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Tokyo

World View: Engineering underground space

9-Mar-2015 | By

Global cities must start developing underground space to free up traffic and reduce urban blight. And some of the cost can be offset by unlocking the freed up above-ground space, as Ben Cronin discovers.

Al Wakrah Stadium

Progress report: Five international mega-projects

7-Jan-2015 | By

As the new year dawns, NCE gives a progress report on five large international infrastructure projects that are at varying stages of completion

Heavyweight concrete pour

Heavyweight concrete: Taby city hall, Sweden

2-Feb-2015 | By

Super dense concrete has solved a tricky basement challenge in Sweden. Dave Parker reports.

World View

World View: Introduction to a world of opportunity

23-Dec-2014 | By

Industry stalwart Ray O’Rourke last month challenged British civils contractors to win work in Australia’s infrastructure boom to prove they were ready to compete on the world stage.

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