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ICE Publishing portfolio changes hands


Thomas Telford Limited (TTL), the commercial arm of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), has sold the ICE Publishing portfolio to Emerald Publishing.

Bingley-headquartered Emerald Publishing is part of investment firm Cambridge Information Group and publishing services to researchers in various forms including journals, books, teaching cases as well as open…

Bigger than ever TechFest Awards open for entries

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Entries are now open for the 2023 TechFest Awards, with new categories added to celebrate innovation in even more areas of civil engineering and construction.

The broader outlook for the awards, which will be held in the evening after TechFest's daytime conference on 23 November at Hilton London Bankside, are the…

Entry deadline for NCE Awards extended by two weeks


The deadline for entries to the NCE Awards has been extended until 5 May, maximising the opportunity for UK-based civil engineering consulting firms to achieve recognition as leaders in the sector.

The NCE Awards celebrate achievements by civil engineering consultancies in the UK and are open to both large and small…

10 days left for consultants to enter the NCE Awards


UK-based civil engineering consulting firms have until 21 April to enter the new NCE Awards and get onto the shortlist for the event that will put a spotlight on the best in the business.

As well as categories to determine the top consulting firm and SME consulting firm of the year,…

Atkins wins fresh role on Hong Kong airport expansion

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Atkins has won a key role on the latest chunk of works at the rapidly expanding Hong Kong International Airport.

The firm was awarded a consulting services contract by the Airport Authority Hong Kong for forthcoming works on the transport hub’s Three Runway System megaproject. The Chinese city has been upgrading…

Second judicial review to stop reopening of Manston Airport granted


A second judicial review aimed at halting the conversion of Manston Airport into an air freight hub has been granted by the High Court.

The plans for the airport were given the green light in August last year by parliamentary under secretary of state for transport Karl McCartney. Following this, Ramsgate…