“Budgets are tight for local authorities across the world but removing essential safety guidance from our roads will only result in more crashes and trauma to our society,” argues Mike Smith, senior road safety engineer at MWH in New Zealand. … Continue reading
Response & Recovery
By Douglas Reed, Roger Stephenson, Steven Hyland and Joshua Hutson – MWH Global Introduction When Hurricane Sandy slammed into New York City on the evening of Oct. 29, 2012, few places were harder hit than the Rockaway Peninsula in Queens. … Continue reading
Mt. Tyre was a massive, illegal dump of tyres which posed a significant environmental and fire risk. Laurie Gardiner of MWH describes the planning and environmental management that led to the successful removal
The earthquake on 22 February had a devastating effect on Christchurch City’s CBD, historic buildings and entertainment district with over 300 buildings facing demolition.
The cold blasts that hit New Zealand during July and August have highlighted the winter performance of our highway network again.
In an effort to continue its input to the discourse on infrastructure, MWH commissioned a piece of independent research of Australian households
The current flood events in Queensland and northern Western Australia are causing havoc and creating hardship for residents, farmers and industry alike.