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Crossing No 46: River Barrow’s latest iconic bridgeSeptember 9, 2019

The River Barrow bridge – a key part of the N25 New Ross bypass scheme – has an ambitious design which sets it apart from the bridges that have gone before and, in time, the 46th crossing will become one of the most recognisable structures in the country, writes Mary Bowe
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How four transport engineers trained their sights on successAugust 26, 2019

Whether describing how the seeds of determination to succeed were sown from having to walk to the local boy’s school to attend honours maths, physics and chemistry classes, or how empathy helps you to be a more effective colleague when collaborating on projects, four female engineers describe their career journey

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Obituary: Tim RyanAugust 26, 2019

Tim Ryan, who died earlier this year after a short illness, was one of a new breed of conservation engineers and former chairman of the Engineers Ireland Conservation Group
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Digital delivery: transforming the design processJuly 15, 2019

In response to increasing economic, social and environmental pressures, private and public sector developers are challenging the design and construction industry to deliver faster, greener and more efficient infrastructure solutions, writes AECOM's Dale Sinclair
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Follow the yellow brick road: the art of routingJuly 1, 2019

In today's times, a successful project will be one that has selected the best location and route based on the perfect blend of economics, engineering and environmental considerations, and where the public and statutory bodies have been fully engaged, writes Fay Lagan