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New Civil Engineer
New Civil Engineer
is the monthly magazine for members of the Institution of Civil Engineers
Institution of Civil Engineers
(ICE), the UK chartered body that oversees the practice of civil engineering in the UK. First published in May 1972,[1][2] it is today published by Metropolis. Under its previous publisher, Ascential, who, as Emap, acquired the title and editorial control from the ICE in 1995, the ICE regularly discussed the magazine's content through an editorial advisory board and a supervisory board.[3] Available in print and online after the appropriate subscription has been taken out (it is free for members of the ICE), the magazine is aimed at professionals in the civil engineering industry. It contains industry news and analysis, letters from subscribers, a directory of companies, with listings arranged by companies’ areas of work, and an appointments section. It also occasionally has details of university courses and graduate positions. In 2013 it had a net circulation of more than 50,000 per issue.[4] Two years later, this had dropped to 42,805, of which some 39,000 related to copies distributed to ICE members.[5] Previously printed on a weekly basis the magazine switch to a monthly format in December 2015.[6] New Civil Engineer
New Civil Engineer
was a co-founder of the British Construction
Construction
Industry Awards. In January 2017, Ascential announced its intention to sell 13 titles including New Civil Engineer; the 13 "heritage titles" were to be "hived off into a separate business while buyers are sought."[7][8] The brands were purchased by Metropolis International Ltd (owner of the Property Week title since 2013) in a £23.5m cash deal, announced on 1 June 2017.[9] References[edit]

^ "New Civil Engineer". British Water. Retrieved 22 October 2014.  ^ Oliver, Antony (9 January 2012). "Forty years of serving engineers". New Civil Engineer. Emap. Retrieved 22 October 2014.  ^ " New Civil Engineer
New Civil Engineer
(NCE)". Institution of Civil Engineers. ICE. Retrieved 22 October 2014.  ^ "Business magazines: circulation certificate: July 2012 to June 2013" (PDF). Audit Bureau of Circulations (UK). 18 September 2013. Retrieved 29 September 2014.  ^ "Business magazines: circulation certificate: July 2014 to June 2015" (PDF). Audit Bureau of Circulations (UK). 24 August 2015. Retrieved 4 September 2015.  ^ Barney, Simon (8 December 2015). " New Civil Engineer
New Civil Engineer
launches new print and digital formats". Institution of Civil Engineers. Retrieved 12 June 2016.  ^ Williams, Christopher (5 January 2017). "Ascential puts Drapers and Nursing Times up for sale in break with trade publishing". Telegraph. Retrieved 6 January 2017.  ^ Sweney, Mark (5 January 2017). "Ascential to sell Drapers and Nursing Times as it ditches 'heritage' brands". The Guardian. Retrieved 6 January 2017.  ^ "New owner rescues construction mags". The Construction
Construction
Index. 1 June 2017. Retrieved 1 June 2017. 

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industry of the United Kingdom

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companies

consultancies and support services

AMEC Amey Arcadis Architecture firms Arup Atkins

Faithful+Gould

Buro Happold Capita CH2M Cundall Davis Langdon Elliott Wood Expedition Engineering Flint & Neill Gifford Hoare Lea Interserve Mace Mitie Mott MacDonald Mouchel RPS Scott Wilson Sweett Group WSP

house builders

current

Barratt Bellway Berkeley Bloor Boot Bovis Countryside Properties Crest Nicholson Keepmoat Lend Lease McCarthy & Stone Miller Muir Persimmon Redrow Taylor Wimpey Telford Homes United House

defunct

Ashtons Beazer Broseley Bryant Homes Comben Homes George Wimpey Ideal Homes Jelsons McLean Homes Taylor Woodrow Westbury William Leech Wilson Bowden

integrated construction

current

Balfour Beatty BAM Nuttall Carillion Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Clugston Costain Galliford Try Gleeson Interserve Kier Laing O'Rourke Lend Lease Mace Morgan Sindall J. Murphy & Sons Shepherd Sir Robert McAlpine VolkerFitzpatrick Wates Willmott Dixon

defunct

Alfred McAlpine Connaught plc Holland, Hannen & Cubitts Linford Mowlem Rok Sir William Arrol & Co. Trollope & Colls

suppliers

current

Aggregate Industries Artex Ashtead Brogan Buildbase Celotex Cemex
Cemex
UK Hanson Hope Cement HSS Hire Jewson Kingspan

Kingspan Off-Site

London Brick Mero-Schmidlin Pilkington RMD Kwikform Saint Gobain SIG Speedy Hire Tarmac

Tarmac Building Products

Tata Steel Europe Travis Perkins Wolseley

defunct

Blue Circle Industries Redland RMC Group Tarmac Group

government and regulatory bodies

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Construction
Adviser to UK Government

industry bodies

British Constructional Steelwork Association BSRIA Build UK Building Research Establishment Chartered Institute of Building Civil Engineering Contractors Association Construction
Construction
Clients' Group Construction
Construction
Industry Council CIRIA CITB Constructing Excellence Electrical Safety Council Federation of Master Builders Home Builders Federation Institution of Civil Engineers Institution of Structural Engineers National Access and Scaffolding Confederation National Federation of Builders National Federation of Demolition Contractors National House Building Council Refined Bitumen Association Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Scottish Building Federation SELECT (Electrical Contractors' Association of Scotland) Society of Construction
Construction
Arbitrators Specialist Engineering Contractors Group Strategic Forum for Construction

sustainability

Association for Environment Conscious Building BREEAM Code for Sustainable Homes EcoHomes Energy efficiency in British housing Good Homes Alliance UK Green Building Council

other

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Construction
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