Two workers have died and six people have been injured following the collapse of a balcony in in Knightsbridge, London.
Imported Dutch precast concrete structural interlocking blocks containing high lead content recycled glass aggregate could be reclassified as hazardous waste, NCE has learned.
The cause of the Cheesegrater bolt failure will not be known until 2015, the tower’s owner British Land has said.
The design of the world’s tallest roller coaster has been unveiled by its developer in Orlando, USA.
A suspension footbridge designed by Arup to link two communities in western Rwanda has been recognised at the 2014 Structural Awards.
Construction of the Greenwich Reach Swing Bridge over Deptford Creek in south-east London is nearing completion, with the structure swung across the river for the first time this week.
The big picture
The new Centre for Medicine at the University of Leicester will be more than six times as energy efficient as its predecessor. Dave Parker reports.
It is often said that temporary works designers need to get to grips with Eurocodes, and there are fundamental differences in the way temporary and permanent works should be designed. But this is too simplistic.