Catch up on recent book reviews from our journals.
You can save 20%* on our print books on ICE Bookshop until 22 August. Looking for a good book to buy? Why not start with our journals. Several of our journals publish book reviews. Here we round up some of the recent reviews for you to read.
Cities for Driverless Vehicles: Planning the future built environment with shared mobility
“This is a collection of 14 papers on the future of urban vehicles. Together they form an informative textbook for anyone involved in urban planning. It is a must read for planners, designers and behavioural-change specialists.” Read more
Designing a Safer Built Environment: A complete guide to the management of design risk
“… a well-thought-out book giving practical advice to built-environment designers in all fields and at all stages of their careers.” Read more
Humanitarian Civil Engineering: Practical solutions for an interdisciplinary approach
“This book is an excellent introduction for civil engineers involved in mitigating, managing or funding relief projects associated with man-made and natural disasters. Using real case studies and project scenarios, it highlights some of the core humanitarian competencies that civil engineers need.” Read more
NEC4: A Guide for Better Delivery of Projects in the Building Sector
“The book is an excellent place to start for anyone wanting to understand the nuances of each form. It also provides effective examples of how the mechanisms of NEC4 can mitigate common issues on site through practical examples.” Read more
NEC4: Defined Cost and Compensation Events
“The book is a perfect blend of a contract administrator’s guide and a multi-disciplinary practitioner’s companion.” Read more
The journals don’t just review our own titles, you can also find reviews of:
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