Post Show Review

The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo returned to London’s ExCeL on September 27 & 28; once again delivering a show that reinforced its status as Europe’s leading event for marine...
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Topbond Added to Exciting Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo Roster

Topbond has joined forces with the Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo as an exhibitor ahead of the event’s highly anticipated return to ExCeL London on 10th & 11th of October...
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Movax to Exhibit at Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo 2018

Movax has announced that the company will be exhibiting its latest solutions at the industry-leading Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo 2018 on 10th & 11th of October. Running at London’s...
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Why our exhibitors return year-on-year

The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo has one of the highest rebook and stand upgrade rates across the worldwide exhibition sector. They come back year-on-year because nowhere else delivers this...
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5 Reasons to Exhibit at the Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo

There are several reasons why exhibiting at the Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo 2018 is vital for the growth of your business. Here is our pick of the most important...
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Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo September Update

It’s less than three weeks until the highly anticipated Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo Series opens its doors to the thousands of the world’s most progressive civil and structural engineering...
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A Close Up Look at M&CCE Expo Speaker Mark Richardson

Mark Richardson has worked in the site investigation industry for over 18 years, both in the land and marine environment. He has a wealth of experience in offshore drilling, geotechnical engineering...
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New future for harbour

Scotland’s Wick harbour is set to become a hub for the renewables sector thanks to the major expansion of the Beatrice offshore wind farm, which is being built in the Moray...
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Construction noise harmful to fish

Types of piling and drilling sounds emitted during the building of offshore structures are harmful to the health of European sea bass, researchers at Newcastle University have discovered. As well as...
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Civil engineering projects to use Cornish granite

Large quantities of Cornish granite are being transported from Penryn River to be used in major civil engineering projects - for the first time in almost 70 years. Specialist Cornish marine...
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FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE MARINE AND COASTAL CIVIL ENGINEERING EXPO AWARDS 2017

The M&CCE Expo team are absolutely delighted to announce the Award finalists for the Marine and Coastal Civil Engineering Expo Series 2017, September 27th & 28th at ExCel London....
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The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo Update

The seminar schedule for the UK’s largest marine & coastal civil engineering exhibition & conference is being finalised. And this year’s programme not only cements this year’s show as the largest...
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£1.3billion Swansea Bay Tidal Power Scheme Risks Stalling

Investors of the projects have warned that if the scheme is not given the green light by the government soon, then further funding will be put on hold....
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Upkeep of Cork Coastline Needed in Order to Sustain Local Industries

The Coastal Management Committee (CMC) has advised that urgent funded is needed by Cork County Council, to improve facilities in the area through maintenance and enhancement projects. ...
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High-Speed HS2 Railway Contracts Have Been Awarded

£6.6 billion in contracts has been awarded from the government, to companies such as Carillion, in order to help construct a new high-speed HS2 railway between London and Birmingham. ...
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BAE Systems to pay £3.75 million to fix Port in California

BAE Systems have agreed to pay the Port of San Franciso £3.75million, which will help to cover the costs of reviving the dry docks, after selling the docks to Puglia engineering...
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Hull Awarded £15 million in National Lottery Funding

The historic maritime city has been awarded £15 million in funding to help secure its future as a major tourist destination....
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Belgium-China to build $166m cruise terminal at Panama Canal

Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) assigned a $165.7m contract to The consortium Cruceros del Pacífico to carry out a new phase of the Panama Canal on the Pacific side. The awarded company,...
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The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo July Update

The programme for the Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo is almost complete, and, boy, have we got a show in store for you! Tickets are Free from the event website...
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Keynote Close Up - Robert Holtom

Rob Holtom is Technical Director at MOCEAN Professional Ltd, and has been responsible for delivering challenging offshore engineering and construction projects in West Africa, the Caspian Sea, Middle East and most...
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Swansea set for world’s first tidal lagoon power plant

Swansea Bay’s Tidal Lagoon, which was awarded a Development Consent Order in 2015, is primed for construction - and will become the world’s first tidal lagoon power plant....
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Beach recharge begins on £14m Dawlish Warren beach management scheme

Work on recharging the scheme in Dawlish Warren as part of a £14million engineering project aimed at reducing the risk of flooding to over 2,900 properties around the River Exe has...
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£200m floating windfarm takes to the seas

Five turbines to be used in the Hywind floating windfarm project - the first of its kind in the world - have taken to the waters of the Norwegian fjords....
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This mesmerizing bridge that transforms into a tunnel is an 'engineering wonder'

If you plan to travel down Virginia's Eastern Shore to get to the beach this summer, you might drive over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. As its name implies, the structure functions...
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JV scoops $2.8bn Sydney Harbour tunnel contract

A joint venture led by CPB Contractors and John Holland has landed a AU$2.81bn (£1.68bn) contract to build a new metro deep under Sydney Harbour in Australia. The New South Wales...
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Experts launch probe into Sigiri bridge collapse

Infrastructure Principal Secretary John Mosonik ordered thorough geotechnical and structural investigations to establish why the bridge easily came tumbling.The bridge, which, was still under construction, comprises three spans — 25 metres...
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Free Tickets for the Contamination Expo Series are now available

Free Tickets registrations for the highly-anticipated return of the Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo are now being accepted on the event website. On the 27th & 28th of September, the...
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11 Reasons Why the Marine & Coastal Civil Engineer Expo is Unmissable

The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineer Expo is the UK’s largest exhibition and conference dedicated to showcasing the latest equipment and solutions for marine, coastal and other challenging civil engineering projects...
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The M&CCE Expo Update

The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo has gone from strength to strength over the last few months, with requests to exhibit continuing to flood in. Some of the latest specialist...
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CIRIA takes bridge defects message on the road

The Construction Industry Research & Information Association (CIRIA) is planning a series of events to promote its new guide to detecting defects in bridges. A regional roadshow to promote the findings...
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3D GPS dozers that leave a mark

3D GPS dozers are slowly being incorporated into more and more projects across the UK. Part of their popularity and success is down to the value that these enhanced machines offer....
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Success for coastal project

The Wallasea Island Wild Coast Project has won the ‘Infrastructure’ category at the RICS East of England Awards 2017. Held at Bury St Edmunds on May 10 2017, the project was...
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Railway bridge will be ‘engineering marvel’

A railway bridge taller than Paris’s Eiffel Tower is currently being constructed across the river Chenab in Jammu and Kashmir. Likely to stand at over 35 metres taller than the monument...
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Award nomination for road scheme

A new £2.4m road scheme in Ceredigion, mid Wales, has been put up for a prestigious engineering award. The A486 improvement road between Llain and Synod Inn has been shortlisted for...
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M&CCE Expo Update

Over the first few months of 2017, the Marine & Coastal Engineering Expo (M&CCE Expo) experienced one of its busiest ever periods of activity, with record numbers of specialist suppliers and...
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5 Reasons Why Exhibiting at M&CCE Expo is a Must

The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo (M&CCE Expo) is the UK’s largest exhibition and conference dedicated to showcasing the latest civil engineering solutions to marine, coastal and other changing environments...
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Schools should focus on engineering habits of mind

Most people would agree that the UK needs more engineers. In fact, we’ve needed them for a long time. Sometime in the years of this century, the acronym Stem was coined...
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Planning approval granted for Scotland's latest floating wind farm

The Scottish government's plans to establish the country as a world-leading hub for floating wind turbine technology took another step forward last week when planning approval was granted for the third... ...
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Blackpool Council looking to build a £10m extension to the Blackpool tram network

Blackpool Council is advertising a contract to build a 550-metre double-track extension of the Blackpool and Fleetwood Tramway from North Pier to North Station....
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Contractors chosen for £240m M25 contracts

Osborne and Jackson Civil Engineering have secured deals worth up to £120m each to carry out civils works on the M25, Construction News can reveal....
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UK construction sector continues expansion

For seven consecutive months, the UK construction sector expanded, albeit at a decreasing pace, which is adding to an emerging picture of slowing growth over the first quarter of this year. ...
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Everton Football Club moves to Mersey estuary

Bramley Moore Dock on the north banks of the Mersey estuary will be the new home of Everton Football Club after a new £300m stadium was agreed....
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