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Artificial islands, immersed tunnels, marine viaducts and cable-stayed bridges – the scale and ambition of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge includes as many engineering records as it covers kilometres.
While some have focused on how to use waste product sustainably, Hatch saw a very different opportunity at Halton, Canada – setting an innovative example that may be replicable around the world.
A new coastal road viaduct has set new standards for durable design, future-proofing, biodiversity and resilience to extreme conditions and climate change.
An innovative, flexible, sustainable design that blurs the gap between workplace and home, it has a remarkably lightweight structure, something crucial to its location over a tunnel.
A 648km high speed railway that has boosted ethnic minority cultural awareness and protected biodiversity.
Covid-19 has accelerated ongoing changes in the global construction and infrastructure sector. It was important not to let the effects of the global pandemic hide...