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New York observation wheel

THE GALLERY | Mammoet reveals images of New York giant wheel

24-Nov-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

Engineering firm Mammoet has released images of a 191m-tall steel wheel in New York that it is in the process of constructing.

Populous' multi-use proposals for a Tottenham Hotspur stadium - aerial

Mace wins Spurs stadium role

23-Nov-2015 | By

Mace has won a key role on the project to build a new stadium for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

Bath, bridge

GALLERY | Winner of new Bath bridge design competition revealed

17-Nov-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

Paris-based engineering and architectural consultancy Marc Mimram has won a competition to design a new bridge over the River Avon in Bath.

Bridge, tube

THE GALLERY | Bridge you can crawl out from

12-Nov-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

A bridge with a feature tube that enables people to crawl out or down from the middle of the structure has been constructed in Scotland.

Bristol Arena designs

Five fight for Bristol Arena deal

6-Nov-2015 | By

Five firms have been shortlisted to build the £90M Bristol Arena.

High definition photos taken of the city enabled Philadelphia to map out the city ahead of the Popes visit in September

VIDEO | Detailed 3D meshed models built from photos

3-Nov-2015 | By Katherine Smale

A new software programme that generates detailed ‘reality meshes’ using photos taken with any digital camera could boost construction works.

The big picture

One World Trade Center

VIDEO | Creation of One World Trade Center: 11 years in 2 minutes

Timelapse footage has been released of the construction of One World Trade Center in New York.

Structures features

Mainmark, Te Puna o Waiwhetu Art Gallery, Christchurch

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

3-Nov-2015 | By

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.

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