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New Drains for Singapore

In Singapore, a Herrenknecht tunnel boring machine (EPB Shield, Ø 5,250 mm) excavated two large drains for the Stamford Diversion Canal. The challenge: winding bottlenecks and an inner-city drive in one of the most densely populated cities in the world.

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Elliott Bay Seawall earns Washington Project of the Year

Parsons announces that the Washington Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) recently named the Elliott Bay Seawall project the 2017 Project of the Year in the Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair category for a project valued at more than $75 million. The award recognizes excellence in management and administration for the successful completion of a public works project.

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Celebration of World Wetlands Day on 2 February

  • Wetlands act as natural safeguards against disasters. They protect communities most at risk and vulnerable to the devastating effects of floods, droughts and storm surges.
  • The frequency of natural hazards worldwide has more than doubled in just 35 years. 90% of all natural hazards are water-related.
  • By 2050, loss of wetlands, rising populations, climate change and rising sea levels are set to increase the number of people vulnerable to floods to 2 billion.
  • Well-managed wetlands make communities resilient in the event of extreme weather and help to minimize the damage from floods, hurricanes and droughts.
  • Each year, the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands celebrates 2 February as ‘World Wetlands Day’ to raise global awareness of the importance of wetlands.
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BAM Nuttall wins Contract for Hull Flood Scheme in United Kingdom

Leading construction and engineering company BAM Nuttall has been awarded a £23 million contract for a major flood defence scheme in Hull. Working in joint venture with Mott MacDonald, BAM Nuttall will carry out vital work to design and build new defences at a number of locations along the River Hull, as well as upgrading the existing defences.

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Civil Engineers recognised in Forbes 30 under 30 List for Industry

James Holloway and Louise Ellis have been named in Forbes’ inaugural 30 under 30 Europe list for Industry.

The first even “30 under 30 Europe” list features 300 innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders from across Europe whom are transforming business, technology, finance, media and culture. Each of those honoured were vetted and selected by a panel of experts in their respective fields. The list covers 10 categories – Media, Industry, Policy, Retail and E-Commerce, The Arts, Entertainment, Social Entrepreneurs, Science and Health Care, Technology and Finance.

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