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As some of the biggest and deepest construction projects the UK’s capital has ever seen take place, the Financial Times’ Kate Allen investigates how the smooth running of London, is maintained by what happens underground and talks to CSIC’s Head, Professor Robert Mair about the effects of the city’s subterranean building boom.


CSIC's Head, Professor Robert Mair, talks to the Financial Times' Kate Allen about subsidence caused by underground construction.

CSIC's Robert Mair working with Costain

Read the article, first published on 14 March 2014 here

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