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Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge named outstanding project of the year

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.

Bringing water to over 400 Indian villages

A major programme to provide piped water and replace 1.5 million people's dependence on unreliable and contaminated tube wells.  

Turning wastewater treatment pipes into micro-hydropower plants

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.  

Uniquely sustainable and biodiverse highway for Reunion

A new coastal road viaduct has set new standards for durable design, future-proofing, biodiversity and resilience to extreme conditions and climate change.  

Beijing Daxing International: a new model airport

Between Beijing Municipality and Hebei Province, one airport is setting new standards in passenger movement, sustainability and design.  

25 King: Timber can be the future for commercial property

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.  

Chengdu-Guiyang High-Speed Railway – boosting cultural and natural diversity

A 648km high speed railway that has boosted ethnic minority cultural awareness and protected biodiversity.  

Pingtang Bridge: Hyper-local impact in action

A new bridge spanning a canyon has been built with local people, connecting two sides of a canyon like never before.

Embracing data vital for financial resilience

Quotas and targets are helpful, but real change means creating the right culture and behaviours.

Pandemic has speeded up change and the industry needs to respond

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...
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