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Read more at: CSIC Academic Director talks government agendas and the role of science and technology to Civil Engineering Surveyor

CSIC Academic Director talks government agendas and the role of science and technology to Civil Engineering Surveyor

Professor Mark Girolami, CSIC Academic Director, Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Engineering at the University of Cambridge and Chief Scientist at The Alan Turing Institute features in the January issue of Civil Engineering Surveyor (CES) – the monthly journal of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors , a...


Read more at: Smart Stories

Smart Stories

CSIC’s collaborative project to create two of the UK’s first ever smart bridges is featured on the Transforming Construction story catalogue that showcases innovations that are changing UK construction. The article titled ‘ Smart Bridges – fibre optics that give remote and real-time assessment of structural health ’ shines...


Read more at: Read the first Smart Infrastructure Blog of 2022 that makes the case for including young professionals' voices in shaping our infrastructure

Read the first Smart Infrastructure Blog of 2022 that makes the case for including young professionals' voices in shaping our infrastructure

The CSIC Smart Infrastructure Blog series welcomes 2022 with a blog by Dr Sam Cocking, CSIC Research Associate and member of the UK National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) Young Professionals Panel (YPP). Titled ‘Perspectives on the future of civil engineering and smart infrastructure: net zero, maximising societal...


Read more at: Line of Sight Methodology featured in Infrastructure Intelligence ahead of Digital Construction Week
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Line of Sight Methodology featured in Infrastructure Intelligence ahead of Digital Construction Week

An article presenting the CSIC Line of Sight Methodology that sets out a new approach to provide organisations with a line of sight between assets and organisational objectives to enable better outcomes, has been featured in industry publication Infrastructure Intelligence. The article is co-written by CSIC Director Dr...


Read more at: Read this month’s Smart Infrastructure Blog – ‘Digital change, new technology and opportunity for all’

Read this month’s Smart Infrastructure Blog – ‘Digital change, new technology and opportunity for all’

The latest Smart Infrastructure Blog, published today, 1 December, is written by Ann Allen, Chief Executive Officer at the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (CICES), who sets out three challenges to ensure that advances in technology and digital transformation bring opportunities throughout the...


Read more at: Carbon Reduction Code for Built Environment is key policy recommendation of the UKGBC Net Zero Whole Life Carbon Roadmap

Carbon Reduction Code for Built Environment is key policy recommendation of the UKGBC Net Zero Whole Life Carbon Roadmap

The CSIC-convened Carbon Reduction Code for the Built Environment is included as a key policy recommendation in the Pathway to Net Zero for the UK Built Environment which was launched by the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) on 11 November, at the main COP26 venue on COP’s dedicated day for cities and the built environment...


Read more at: Smart Infrastructure Blog calls for organisations to sign up to the Carbon Reduction Code for the Built Environment

Smart Infrastructure Blog calls for organisations to sign up to the Carbon Reduction Code for the Built Environment

This month’s Smart Infrastructure Blog announces the sign-up process for the Carbon Reduction Code – and calls for organisations to pledge commitment. The Blog, titled ‘ Committing to make a difference – sign-up to the Carbon Reduction Code’, written by CSIC Programme Manager Dee Dee Frawley, is published in the same month...


Read more at: Sign-up process for the Carbon Reduction Code for the Built Environment available now

Sign-up process for the Carbon Reduction Code for the Built Environment available now

Today, Monday 1 November 2021, as COP26 brings together nations and representatives to secure the world-wide solidarity needed to make the required commitment to address climate change, marks the launch of the sign-up process to the Carbon Reduction Code for the Built Environment that offers organisations a collaborative...


Read more at: CSIC at COP26 Built Environment Virtual Pavilion

CSIC at COP26 Built Environment Virtual Pavilion

CSIC Director Dr Jennifer Schooling and CSIC Postdoctoral Researcher and member of the UK National Infrastructure Commission’s Young Professionals Panel, Sam Cocking, are part of two Build Better Now online events at the COP26 Built Environment Virtual Pavilion coordinated by the UK Green Building Council. Hosted by the UK...


Read more at: How sustainable is the UK infrastructure programme?

How sustainable is the UK infrastructure programme?

An article marking the approach of COP 26 published in Raconteur explores the topic of sustainable infrastructure and features comment by CSIC Director Dr Jennifer Schooling as well as Sir John Armitt, Chairman of the National Infrastructure Commission , Jim Hall, Professor of Climate and Environmental Risks at the...


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