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Ahead of the Global Engineering Congress (GEC) in October, Hayley Baines-Buffery explores the critical role of the construction and infrastructure sector in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Do we really know everything important about the impacts of our infrastructure projects? And if we don’t, does it matter?
When it comes to infrastructure are opportunities being missed that could create lasting value for all stakeholders? Mott MacDonald's Davide Stronati discusses this issue ahead of an ICE UN SDG seminar in July.
Despite a new Shared Parental Leave Law there is still a large disparity between men’s and women’s rights when it comes to being a parent - says one young engineer considering the financial implications of parenthood.
As the international conference on the International Decade for Action “Water for Sustainable Development” 2018-2028 starts today in Dushanbe, Tajikistan - and ahead of ICE’s Global Engineering Congress in London in…
ICE and Bluebeam’s industry recent roundtable set out the issues and challenges around working with asset information.
Senior ICE Scotland members discuss the 2017 inquiry into Scottish building failures which showed the need for more supervision on all sites.
The transition from the world of academia to the workplace can be challenging for university graduates. Patrick Waterhouse, author of Initial Professional Development for Civil Engineers, explores the issue.
The march towards cleaner and more sustainable energy has impacted supplies of 'fly ash' to the construction industry. Nigel Cooke from the UK Quality Ash Association (UKQAA) proposes some alternatives.
The water industry is facing multiple complex pressures as it enters its next regulatory period – not least from the regulator. Jason Jones outlines the key issues to be discussed at next month's ICE AMP7 workshop.
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