Our members come from all construction stakeholder groups and cover both the supply and demand side of the industry, as well as the public sector, regulators and academia. Find out more about our members. If your organisation is a CIRIA member and you would like to feature some news about your organisation, a specific project, or offer a thought piece, then please get in touch by sending us an email at: enquiries@ciria.org

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City of Glasgow College
Glasgow, Scotland
Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd

2017 BIG Biodiversity Challenge and Awards, Community Engagement category entry from Sir Robert McAlpine.  Read more...

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News from our members:

Arup tp design the new HS2 Euston and Birmingham Interchange...Read more...

COWI have opened a new energy superhighway...

Maccaferri create a natural habitat for endangered Seahorses...

Royal HaskoningDHV pair with Samsung Engineering to deliver wastewater treatment in South Korea and Vietnam...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.
Re-using poor marginal soil within geosynthetics reinforced slopes and walls
Nico Brusa, Maccaferri, suggests current design guidelines are very strict on the range of fill materials that can be used in reinforced soil slopes and structures which limits innovation in engineered slope design...
Would constructing smarter slopes now reap future benefits?
Richard Garland, Pre-Construction Manager, BAM Ritchies, says the industry must decide whether a move towards “smarter”, more actively monitored slopes and earthworks would pay dividends in the future ...
A Call for Detailed Rock Slope Guidance
Adrian Koe and Thomas Clifford, Atkins, suggest guidance for rock netting is not keeping pace with technology and new best practice developments. They suggest this should be a future priority area for CIRIA research.
A new CIRIA approach for learning and sharing information about site investigation
CIRIA’s Joanne Kwan shares some thoughts about a new forum for professionals to share and exchange information on site investigation.
CIRIA – evolving and adapting to changing environments and industry needs
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