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Electric Dreams?

With increased urbanisation comes the challenge of machines operating more closely with people and in food production or hospitals, as well as underground and indoors. …

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Making the right automation and robotic decisions

The vision of the MTC (The Manufacturing Technology Centre) is to challenge the boundaries and inspire Great British manufacturing and innovation. COVID-19 has presented construction …

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Britain’s biggest road project opens to traffic eight months early

Britain’s biggest road-building project, delivered by Highways England, opened for traffic eight months ahead of schedule on Tuesday 5th May. The upgraded road was originally …

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HS2 unlocks contract opportunities as it moves towards construction

In April this year, the Government gave approval for the next stage of the HS2 project, which means HS2 contractors now have the go ahead …

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EU confirms transition engines deadline extension

Three months of sustained industry lobbying came to an end on 10th July when the European Parliament voted overwhelmingly to approve a 12 months’ extension …

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CESAR Champion initiative recognises police success

A new reward scheme has been launched for Police officers who identify and recover stolen construction plant, agricultural machinery and ATVs. The CESAR Champion initiative …

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Suction Excavation – The Future?

RSP UK, launched in 2016 by Charlie and Lloyd Gardener, is going from strength to strength. The husband and wife team are passionate about bringing …

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Enhancing cash flow through Capital Allowances

BDO’s capital allowances team explains how a detailed review of your capital allowances can help reduce current tax liabilities. Considering prior years’ expenditure, where capital …

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The art of keeping your head down and your spirits up!

Susan Scurlock, Education Patron for the CEA and as CEO and founder of Primary Engineer, shares her insight into what she’s been doing at this …

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