Construction & Civil Engineering

Construction & Civil Engineering addresses the broad issues facing companies involved in the built environment. It covers areas as diverse as road building, oil and gas projects, shipbuilding, tunnels, bridges, canals, dams, wind farms and rail construction – and all the associated disciplines that enable these projects to come to fruition.

Major infrastructure projects are covered, alongside several subdisciplines, including environmental engineering, geotechnical issues, earth science, surveying and technology.

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Profiles

Upgrading Britain’s Victorian railways to face the demands of 21st Century travel require innovative solutions, like this one Keller helped devise this summer

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Profiles

As part of a continued strategic initiative to set the standards in compact site equipment, Terex Construction has made significant investment into its production technology and staffing, culminating in the development and production of an all-new range of compact equipment and machinery technologies

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Features

Previously only commonly used in the military, the benefits of using drones is becoming increasingly clear to a diverse range of sectors. Dave Bush, Director at Future Aerial, discusses the huge potential of using drones in the construction industry

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The challenge of urban regeneration: redefining sustainability for the 21st Century. By Paul King

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News

When it came to the conversion of a timber framed Warwickshire riding stable into three stunning contemporary homes, the builder Johnson & Johnson required a system which would remove rainwater quickly and efficiently from the large cedar tile roof. Brett Martin’s Deepstyle 170 Industrial Rainwater System was up for the challenge, offering long-term performance, ease of installation and increased drainage capacity.

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The removal by barge of excavated material from the Battersea Power Station development’s main Energy Centre on the Power Station site has commenced

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