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Last edited 01 Nov 2020
Construction and the Built Environment Magazines Journals and Articles
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AEC Magazine (Ad supported, registration required).
Architect Projects (AP)
Architects Datafile (ADF). Yudu and Pdf available.
AT. CIAT - Architectural Technolgy.
Built Environment Jounal - (Paywall)
Concrete magazine. Concrete Society.
Construction Enquirer. (Free, advertising heavy, worthwhile daily news emailed at 8.30am)
Construction Manager. Mobile Site. RSS. (Free online) Published by CIOB. Monthly.
Construction News. Mobile Site. RSS. (Paywall) Published by EMAP. Weekly.
Construction Research and Innovation (CRI). Published by CIOB.
Context. IHBC conservation magazine.
ECA Today. Electrotechnical engineering.
NATM. civil engineering journal, free online, uses flash so pc/mac only.
New Civil Engineer. (Paywall)
Offsite Hub - Free online, annual fee for print version.
Patterns. Buro Happld in-house technical journal published consisting of 16 editions and 2 special issues published between 1987 and 2011.
Property Week. Mobile Site. RSS. Published by UBM. Weekly. (Paywall)
RIBA Journal (ribaj). Mobile Site. RSS. Published by RIBA. Weekly. (Paywall)
Roofing Today - Roofing design and technology, online and print.
STMAG - Structural timber building design & technologies online and print.
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