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Project spotlight


Gatwick Airport Biodiversity Action Plan, Gatwick Airport Ltd
This project is the winner of the 2016 BIG Biodiversity Challenge Client Award. Gatwick’s Biodiversity Action Plan covers an area of 75 hectares including woodland, grassland and wetlands adjacent to Gatwick Airport. This is an ongoing project in its fourth year with the objective to improve the condition of the key habitats. Read more...

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News from our members:

Temple’s innovative route appraisal tools reach UKRIA finals Read more... 

Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure wins £47m Knowledge Quarter Expansion Read more...

Design, development and optimisation of the Aberdeen Harbour expansion Read more...

RSSB launches new SPARK website Read more... 

Thames Water - Nick Land joins Thames Board Read more... 

Construction views

CIRIA members are welcome to submit articles and thought pieces to this blog. For more information send an email to enquiries@ciria.org For more thoughts and blogs check out the CIRIA Network Blog.
Valuing Natural Capital in Construction
Szilvia Zakar, Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd explores natural capital and the findings from her recent project.
LINet sets out the benefits of green infrastructure to enhance infrastructure resilience
Linear Infrastructure Network has published a digest explaining the benefits of incorporating green infrastructure into linear infrastructure.
Asset deterioration and degradation modelling of earthworks
Iain McKenzie, Principal Geotechnical Engineer from the Welsh Government, provides his own perspective on the challenges, needs, and opportunities associated with asset deegradation modelling of earthworks.
Biodiversity Net Gain is the next big thing
Julia Baker, Biodiversity Technical Specialist at Balfour Beatty discusses the business case for Biodiversity Net Gain
The future of cities matter
Ruth Hynes, Project Manager at CIRIA, provides a summary of CIRIA's recent annual debate on the future of sustainable cities.
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