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At Italferr – a company belonging to the Italian State Railways Group Ferrovie dello Stato Italiano – we have built up a 30 year long experience at the forefront of cutting-edge Italian engineering, in Italy and internationally, with large-scale infrastructure projects in both the conventional and high-speed rail sectors, metropolitan and road transport and port and station design and engineering.

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Bird Construction | August 24, 2021

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EME Outlook Magazine | May 05, 2020

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In 2016, Engineering UK announced a severe crisis in recruitment. More people are leaving the engineering sector than entering. Even with the best case scenario in mind (that is, given the lowest estimate of the numbers leaving), engineering’s future looks bleak: there are 69,000 people abandoning the sector every year, compared to around 46,000 apprentices and undergrads seeking to replace them. It is thought that a combination of uncertainty around Brexit, along with risin...

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Engineering.com | March 16, 2020

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When Unreal Engine debuted in 1998, it was a sophisticated game engine that quickly became popular among video game developers. If you’ve ever played Fortnite, Rocket League or Bioshock, you’ve experienced what Unreal Engine does for gaming. But all play and no work makes Unreal a dull engine. While still a major tool for game developers, Unreal Engine has evolved to serve the needs of a much wider range of professional users. Today, Unreal Engine is a valuable tool in engineering, a...

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The Engineer | April 09, 2020

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The £20 million Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre has been tasked with taking the UK’s biggest industrial carbon emitter sites on a path to net zero by 2040. Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer, head of the new Centre, says decarbonisation will require a new type of engineer, and joint efforts from industry, government and academia. Many industrial areas of the UK remain heavily reliant on carbon fuels. The six largest industrial clusters by emissions are in Humbe...

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ENGINEERING TECH

BIRD CONSTRUCTION INC. CONSORTIUM SELECTED AS PREFERRED PROPONENT FOR FIVE ALBERTA SCHOOLS UNDER DBFM CONTRACT

Bird Construction | August 24, 2021

Bird Construction Inc. announced today that Concert-Bird Partners, a consortium comprised of Bird Capital Limited Partnership, Bird Design-Build Construction Inc., Concert Infrastructure Ltd., Ainsworth Inc., BR2 Architecture and Wright Construction Western Inc., has been selected by Alberta Infrastructure as the preferred proponent for the Design, Build, Finance, and Maintain (DBFM) contract for five Alberta high schools. Under the public-private partnership (P3) model, Concert-B...

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AN INDUSTRY IN CRISIS: WHY WE NEED MORE WOMEN IN ENGINEERING

EME Outlook Magazine | May 05, 2020

In 2016, Engineering UK announced a severe crisis in recruitment. More people are leaving the engineering sector than entering. Even with the best case scenario in mind (that is, given the lowest estimate of the numbers leaving), engineering’s future looks bleak: there are 69,000 people abandoning the sector every year, compared to around 46,000 apprentices and undergrads seeking to replace them. It is thought that a combination of uncertainty around Brexit, along with risin...

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UNREAL ENGINEERING: HOW A GAME ENGINE IS PLAYING IN NEW INDUSTRIES

Engineering.com | March 16, 2020

When Unreal Engine debuted in 1998, it was a sophisticated game engine that quickly became popular among video game developers. If you’ve ever played Fortnite, Rocket League or Bioshock, you’ve experienced what Unreal Engine does for gaming. But all play and no work makes Unreal a dull engine. While still a major tool for game developers, Unreal Engine has evolved to serve the needs of a much wider range of professional users. Today, Unreal Engine is a valuable tool in engineering, a...

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The Engineer | April 09, 2020

The £20 million Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre has been tasked with taking the UK’s biggest industrial carbon emitter sites on a path to net zero by 2040. Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer, head of the new Centre, says decarbonisation will require a new type of engineer, and joint efforts from industry, government and academia. Many industrial areas of the UK remain heavily reliant on carbon fuels. The six largest industrial clusters by emissions are in Humbe...

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