A formal planning application that details the design of a new bridge to replace one destroyed by storms and flooding in 2020 has been submitted to Fife Council’s planning department.
Work has begun to repair Iron Tram Bridge in Wales after Storm Dennis caused further damage to the already dilapidated structure.
The Dorman Long industrial tower on the former Redcar steelworks site at Teesside has been demolished.
A report has revealed that stress corrosion was a primary cause for over 180 trains developing cracking so severe they needed to be withdrawn from service.
Council bosses have approved a £6 million funding package for a new programme of ‘stabilisation works’ on Hammersmith Bridge in London that they claim will reduce the need for future…
Whilst there are some special cases, there are typically three primary ways corrosion happens outside of a laboratory.
Highways England’s decision to infill a masonry arched bridge in Cumbria rather than repair it has drawn strong criticism from the readers of New Civil Engineer.
The Gary McKenzie Training and Examination Centre, an Institute of Corrosion (ICorr) approved training and test centre for cathodic protection in reinforced concrete, on-land (buried), and marine metallic structures was…
Ineos has been fined £400,000 after a leak from a corroded pipe created a huge explosive gas cloud over the Scottish oil port of Grangemouth.
Construction work has begun on a key bridge of the High Speed 2 (HS2) project, New Civil Engineer reports.