CECA, the Civil Engineering Contractors Association, is launching its Change Infrastructure: Highwaysprogramme as an integral element of Highways UK. It is looking for people from across the industry - customers, contractors, supply chain and stakeholders - to identify challenges to put to delegates at the event in November. CECA chief executive Alasdair Reisner explains
When it come to the future there is one constant and that is change. The highway industry must continually evolve through innovation which is why I'm delighted to announce the launch of the Materials Innovation Challenge as a major component within the 2018 Highways UK.
CPC Partner, Giles Henday takes a look at how the South East could lead the way for seamless journeys by exploiting the rise in new technologies.
Road transport is facing many potential future challenges, but that must not be a reason to take an eye off the benefits that can be derived from innovations in pavement engineering and materials.
Cllr Keith Glazier
Transport for the South East (TfSE) is to launch its economic connectivity review at a one-day conference at Farnborough in May. Councillor Keith Glazier, Chair of TfSE and Leader of East Sussex County Council believes this new approach to the South East's strategic transport needs is an amazing opportunity to set the future economy in the right direction and underpins the South East's ambitions for inward investment, jobs, new housing and the environment
Across the two days of Highways UK, the Intelligent Infrastructure Hub offered shortlisted organisations an opportunity to present their ideas under cross-examination from a panel of industry experts and asset-owning clients, reports Antony Oliver.