Engineering Construction & infrastructure

516 Arouca – longest pedestrian suspension bridge opens

2 weeks ago — Quick Read

Local residents have been invited to test out the 500m '516 Arouca' walkway today that spans a gorge in Portugal's Arouca Geopark. The '516 Arouca' gets its name from its...

Yusuf Muhammads – Protecting the Vulnerable from Fire

3 weeks ago — Quick Read

Born to Engineer star Yusuf Muhammad - co-founder and Design Director of Plumis - has spoken to IFSEC global about how fire suppression systems could be implemented to protect the...

How can new social housing help us fight climate change?

2 months ago — Quick Read

Homes are the places we spend most of our time, especially during lockdown. Heating your home in winter can be expensive, and comes at a huge environmental cost too. Technology...

Sweden in race to turn steel green

2 months ago — Quick Read

Northern Sweden is seeing a race between two steel giants as they race to turn the technology green. H2 Green Steel has revealed plans for a €2.5 billion hydrogen-powered steel...

Sewer Robots! Is poor communication blocking their ability to keep our pipes clean

3 months ago — Deep Dive

An army of sewer robots could keep our pipes clean, but they'll need to learn to communicate Hidden from sight, under the UK’s roads, buildings and parks, lies about one...

Bristol tackles affordable housing with Pod Housing

8 months ago — Quick Read

Bristol Council has started install flats on stilts in a car park at Chalks Road car park in St George in an effort to tackle the city affordable housing crisis....