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News Shopper   03 November 2017   England   UK  
<p>More details about the controversial Lower Thames Crossing have been announced by Highways England.</p> <p>'Key changes' surrounding the logistics of the long awaited new crossing have been announced including a new junction design at the M25.</p> <p>The ...
Filed under: Construction News
Myanmar Times   25 October 2017   Myanmar   Mount Popa  
<p>Mount Popa is not likely to erupt, but a tragedy can still occur if the problems that led to a landslide last week are not addressed, experts who conducted investigation in the area warned on Tuesday. <br />Dr Soe Moe Kyaw Win with the Myanmar Geosciences ...
Filed under: Natural Hazards
theguardian   25 July 2017   Nigeria  
<p>Most Nigerian roads are in deplorable state. This makes travelling along such roads very unpleasant, while failed sections are zones of operation by armed robbers and kidnappers. Flexible highway pavements in Nigeria often show signs of failure shortly ...
Financial Times   07 February 2016   UK   UK  
<p>UK construction is expected to return to pre-recession levels for the first time this year because of a surge in road, rail and energy projects.<br />Construction work is expected to rise 3.6 per cent in 2016 and 4.1 per cent in 2017, the Construction Products ...
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Architects' Journal   14 October 2015   UK   Stonehenge  
<p>A tunnel under Stonehenge has been included in a &pound;2billion programme of work to improve roads in the South-west of England.</p> <p>The 2.9 km tunnel under the World Heritage Site is one of the core projects unveiled by Highways England yesterday as ...
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Cleveland.com   09 April 2015   USA   Cleveland Ohio  
<p>CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland's new Inner Belt Bridges, first the westbound span, and now its eastbound sister under construction, held title to being the most expensive projects ever undertaken by the Ohio Department of Transportation until this spring. ...
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