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Shorterm Group secures future of Kehoe

Kehoe Rail Services called in the administrators earlier this year after a long trading history providing rail services to a host of key infrastructure...

Issue 101 – March 2013

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Issue 100 – February 2013

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Bridging Dawlish

Dawlish, a seaside town on the south coast of Devon about 12 miles fromExeter, was originally a fishing port which grew into a well-known...

First Class: Class II suppliers

The development of class II systems wouldn’t have been possible without the cooperation of equipment manufacturers. A number of companies are involved in the...

Australia is the “land of opportunity” for railway companies

Australia is the world’s sixth largest country by area, just behind Brazil and twice the size of India. And with a population of just...

Making bridges under Eurocodes

Steve Armstrong of Mabey Bridge looks at the increasing use of Eurocodes in railway bridge design to explain the differences in approach from BS5400...

Pedestrian simulation in Toronto

Written by Erin Morrow (Senior Consultant at Arup) & Peter Debney (Senior Consultant at Oasys Software Ltd) Union Station is Toronto’s busiest transportation hub. Situated...

Getting a grip on BIM

Writes Mark King, Severn Partnership With the UK Government’s announcement in the summer of 2011, Building Information Modelling (BIM) is quickly becoming the buzz word...

A mindset, not an initiative

Writes Steve Wiskin Generally speaking, initiatives are designed to solve a problem in the short term and then they disappear. Considering how important safety is,...