Civil engineering, construction and building

Blog about civil engineering and construction

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) talk at Brighton

Come along to the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) talk at our university to find out more about the feasibility, design and construction of one of the world’s leading superyacht custom build and repair yards, Pendennis Shipyard (PSY). Based in the docks in Falmouth PSY employ over 350 staff. The new wet basin and dock…

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Guest lecture on Monday 7th March by John Brooks of Mace

Logistics in Construction by John Brooks of Mace Monday 7 March, 10-12pm Mithras House, room M218  Mace is an international consultancy and construction company, offering highly integrated services across the full property and infrastructure lifecycle. This means that Mace offers construction and consultancy services during the design and development of projects and programmes, such…

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Civil Engineering at Brighton

  I chose Brighton because it was one of three universities in the UK that offers a foundation course for the Civil with Environmental Engineering degree. After the foundation year I gained a place on the Civil with Environmental Engineering BEng. In the first two years of my degree, many of the modules were shared…

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My experience of studying civil engineering at Brighton

I was originally studying for a BSc in Civil Engineering at London Southbank University and transferred to Brighton. I’m from Brighton, I know people at the university who recommended it, and it seemed like the right setting for me (and it was less of a commute!). I gained good grades at the end of my…

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