Engineering Construction & infrastructure

Engineering in Focus – How Civil Engineers Can Cut Costs on Steel Buildings

8 months ago — Long Read

When civil engineers are designing and constructing steel buildings, costs can quickly rise if you are not careful. However, there are many different ways to lower the costs of steel...

Engineering in Focus – The Benefits of Pre-Engineered Steel and Metal Buildings

9 months ago — Long Read

The pre-designed steel and metal buildings have proven their worth by providing a change in the building and construction industry. This week we are looking at some of the benefits...

Infographic: The Tallest Buildings on Every Continent

10 months ago — Long Read

For more than 40 years, the Empire State Building in New York City held the title of the tallest building in the world. Buildings have come a long way since...

Watch as the Danish Rubjerg lighthouse is moved inland on skates

2 years ago — Quick Read

Coastal erosion from North Sea winds has to topple the 120-year-old Rubjerg Knude lighthouse. However, the Danes have come up with a simple solution. Move the whole thing inline by...

NASA takes next step to cement humanties place in Space

2 years ago — Quick Read

Concrete has been the key to humanities building techniques for over 5,000 years. Now NASA engineers have brought this ancient tech into space.

Two years on what’s the verdict for the world’s first solar road?

2 years ago — Quick Read

Two years ago, the worlds first solar road opened outside a small village in Normandy. Two years down the road how has it faired? Sadly the 2,800 square meter test...