Bridge design & engineering
Bridge design & engineering magazine (Bd&e) is exclusively dedicated to the international bridge industry. Now in its 20th year of publication, this high quality, visually stunning quarterly publication offers subscribers details of the latest innovations, technical features, interviews and project reports.
Topics regularly covered in Bd&e include structural engineering, architectural design, construction engineering, asset management, cable technology, specialist software, formwork, protective coatings, seismic safety and new products and technologies across all bridge engineering sectors.
If you finance, plan, design, build, maintain, operate or own a bridge, you need Bd&e. For more information, or to subscribe, please call +44 (0) 20 7973 6694 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: www.bridgeweb.com
If you are interested in contributing information for possible editorial inclusion, contact our editor Helena Russell.
Published four times a year, every issue is seen by 32,000 international bridge professionals in more than 150 countries. If you would like to advertise in Bridge design & engineering, contact Lisa Bentley.
Tunnels and Tunnelling International
First published in 1969, Tunnels and Tunnelling International continues to hold the highest reputation of any magazine in the regional tunneling industry and is today a leading source of information about the business you are in, that’s 46 years of continuous service to the industry.
Tunnels and Tunnelling International is also the official magazine of the British Tunnelling Society, which plays an active part in ensuring the publication maintains its unique well-informed overview of the whole industry. This is achieved through input from an Editorial Advisory Board, a committee of internationally respected tunnelling experts.
Through face to face contact with clients, project development groups, consulting engineers, contractors and equipment and material suppliers Tunnels and Tunnelling International is a comprehensive record of what’s new, what’s in the planning stage, what’s ready to bid and what’s in construction; keeping today’s tunnelling professional informed and ahead. The subscribers to this long established market-leading magazine are civil engineering tunnelling professionals, making our readers your target audience. Tunnels and Tunnelling International covers all aspects of the underground construction sector and the engineering companies involved.
Editorial content covers infrastructure planning, through to design, ground/site investigation, construction methodology/ logistics/machinery & equipment/ technologies, rock mechanics, groundwater engineering, ground stabilisation, ventilation/operating systems, contractual/ legal issues, specifications and standards, fire safety/terrorism and more.
For more information visit www.tunnelsonline.info