Celebrating the LEEA Awards 2022 winners
The fourth annual LEEA Awards winners were announced during the ‘party of the year’ at the Awards Ceremony, held at P&J Live in Aberdeen...
Long-Delayed Transit Relief Coming to London
Decades in the Making, Crossrail will Carry More Than 200 Million Passengers a Year By Thomas Renner In June of 1941, the London Star evening paper proposed...
Rhino Doors announces new contract with Transport for London
Rhino Doors, the UK’s leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance engineered doors, has won a contract valued at over £600K to design, supply and install bespoke fire doors on London Underground’s...
The Great Stink
By Luke Carothers For as long as humans have congregated into communities, there have been attempts to manipulate nature’s forces in a way that benefits...
London’s Changing: What does lower occupancy mean for the future of commercial buildings?
London’s Canary Wharf, home to the European headquarters of Barclays, Citigroup, HSBC, and many other businesses is currently operating at 10 percent capacity, with...
Land & Water Making Splash on River Thames
Leading civil and environmental engineering company, Land & Water, has recently invested in a £500,000 dredging campaign to increase the capacity of its Thames-side...
London Launches the World’s First Ultra-Low Emission Zone
Detailed assessment work that local authorities are now undertaking across the U.K. for clean air zones are part of wider measures looking at how travel around some of the major cities and towns can be transformed.
AECOM launches second annual global infrastructure report
AECOM released its second annual global infrastructure report, The Future of Infrastructure: Voice of the People, which captures data and opinions from 10,000 residents across 10 major global cities.
143-year-old bridge gets FRP composite deck
In 2017, the City of London, Ontario launched a $7.9 million project to remove, dismantle and rehabilitate Blackfriars Bridge. The 143-year-old wrought iron bowstring arch-truss structure is Ontario’s oldest working crossing.
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