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HS2 China links 'could damage UK industry'

25-Sep-2015 | By

Engineers have warned the government that it risks damaging the UK construction industry by courting Chinese investment into High Speed 2 related projects.

The drones had a motorized spool that allowed them to control the role tension and plastic tubes are used to guide the role.

VIDEO | Drones build rope bridge

24-Sep-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

Swiss students studying aerial construction have used drones to build a rope bridge that can carry the weight of a person.

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Mott MacDonald first company to take part in UK China engineering exchange

24-Sep-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

Engineering bodies from the UK and China have signed a deal for an employee exchange scheme, with Mott MacDonald announced as the first company to take part.

Hyder Consulting and EC Harris brands phased out

22-Sep-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

Arcadis has announced it will now market itself under one brand. Names of subsidiaries like Hyder Consulting and EC Harris will be phased out.

Nano technology could help harvest solar energy

Bid for major solar project in Dubai

16-Sep-2015 | By

Terminal operator DP World is tendering for a firm to put photovoltaic cells on rooftops across its properties in a key Dubai business neighbourhood.

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Multi turbine tidal array set to be developed in Nova Scotia

16-Sep-2015 | By Katherine Smale

An Irish-Singaporean joint venture is to develop a multi-turbine tidal array in Nova Scotia, Canada.


RedR offers training to tackle Calais Crisis

14-Sep-2015 | By

RedR is to help train members of grassroot organisations working in the Calais crisis in the fundamentals of humanitarian aid and logistics.


Nimes to Montpellier high speed line

Nimes-Montpellier high speed rail link: Twenty minute test

21-Jul-2015 | By

Snaking its way across the Languedoc landscape in southern France the Nîmes-Montpellier bypass is an innovative concept for a new high speed rail line.


Flooding: Green channel

10-Jun-2015 | Updated: 12-Jun-2015 | By

One of the two holiest cities in the world of Islam is about to undergo a radical long-term transformation - and water is at the heart of it.


Airports: Changing demands

22-Jun-2015 | By

Air travel is increasing and airports are under constant pressure to produce more capacity. Tina Millan of Turner & Townsend discusses what can be learned from experience in the United States.

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Royal Engineers deliver Ebola infrastructure in just 3 months


The Royal Engineers have designed and delivered emergency infrastructure to deal with the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. NCE reports

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