Flood defence news
Flood warnings are to be sent to people through their mobile phones for the first time after the Environment Agency struck a deal with telecommunications firm EE.
Water & environment features
AMP 6, the new regulatory five year investment period for the water industry has started. In a round table discussion sponsored by Lafarge Tarmac, leading industry figures from clients to contractors discuss what it means for them.
More water & environment news
A bid by Cuadrilla Resources to drill, frack and test at Preston New Road in Lancashire has been refused by the local council.
Engineers at the Canal and River Trust have used a drone to solve the problem of how they inspect one of the country’s fastest flowing weirs.
A Buckinghamshire-based contractor that helped with the salvage operation of the cruise ship that sunk near Italy in 2012 has been recognised by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
Mott MacDonald has released this fly-through showing plans for a £15M flood protection scheme in Stonehaven in Scotland.
North East Water has appointed Mott MacDonald to investigate the performance of sewerage systems in Yarrawonga, Wodonga and Wangaratta in north east Victoria, Australia.
An emergency drought barrier in California is set to be completed two weeks ahead of schedule.
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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