Flood defence news
More than 1,500 flood defence schemes will be funded in the six years to April 2021, the government has insisted.
Water & environment features
The debate on approaches to flood risk management has embraced a growing recognition that traditional solutions can be complemented, but not replaced, by natural flood management techniques. Katherine Pygott explains why the funding hurdles are worth the effort overcoming.
More water & environment news
A design by Bystrup Architecture, Design and Engineering has been chosen by the jury in a contest to design a bridge over the River Thames.
A significant amount of water has been lost after a water main was damaged in Wales.
Lanes Group has bought UKDN Waterflow after the company went into administration, saving around 300 jobs.
The role engineers take in delivering high quality drainage has been recognised by major revisions to guidance on sustainable drainage systems (SuDS), according to the body that published it.
Studying natural barrier islands could improve the resilience of coastal infrastructure design, according to an expert.
A new software programme that generates detailed ‘reality meshes’ using photos taken with any digital camera could boost construction works.
Infrastructure in 2014
The water industry is going through a major change in focus that will have a significant impact on water companies and the supply chain
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