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How to turn thinker into innovator.
Shale gas opportunities are coming.
More than two-thirds of the world’s population already lives in cities, and this will continue to grow.
We need to invest to deliver more and better flood solutions if we are to seriously tackle climate change.
Autonomous vehicles have moved from the pages of the technical press to mainstream media in recent months; no longer being seen as fanciful or speculative, they are being seen more and more as inevitable.
Network Rail, in April, embarked on a new five-year plan with challenging targets to deliver a safer, higher performing and more efficient railway by 2019.
With Mark Carney and the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee dropping more than a few hints of a sooner rather than later rise in interests rates I wonder how many construction companies are prepared for its impact?
For infrastructure investors, few things are more central to the business than the ability to deliver predictable returns over the medium and long term. As a result, the owners and operators of infrastructure assets tend to prize reliability, predictability, operational efficiency and cost effective asset management.
So the gasification market has finally kicked off, but what is the best use of syngas and how can we recover the most energy?
Much has been made in recent weeks about the reasons we should build HS2. Speed? Capacity? Connectivity? No, it’s all three, and more.
If Gatwick Airport builds a second runway, 95M passengers will use the airport each year by 2050, up from 34M today.
BIM, despite being a small acronym, is a big word in construction. While there has been a lot of hype around building information modelling (BIM) over the last few years we see the conversation is starting to shift toward companies asking: what’s really in it for me? However, the discussion needs to further evolve to start looking at how BIM can help define and create better business outcomes.
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