Artificial Intelligence identifies international construction projects

| January 13, 2019

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Every day many companies in the construction industry are looking for relevant construction projects with high personal and time expense. They are manually searching in newspapers, magazines, and blogs for the right project. This is not innovative, and also bears the danger of missing out important projects.

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Infrastructure Policy Watch: UK government reviews road and rail development policy

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We are consulting civil, structural and transportation engineers, delivering building, infrastructure, transport, civil engineering and rail projects. Our understanding of risk and commercial viability, and our directors’ involvement in project delivery means that we always add value.

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