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Equipment shortages linked to construction restart delays.
Minister calls for flex work options to become permanent.
London Plan published.
Report includes sales vs production of compressors by type.
PMI shows February rebound for construction.
Far-UVC Urban Sun device kills viruses but is safe for public spaces.
Legal disputes increase for AEC industry over pandemic operations.
Government announces latest plans for growth.
Will the new requirements - once passed - go far enough?
HS2 developers to rewild area excavated for Chilterns tunnel.
Drones to be used to scope potential sites for tidal turbines.
What's the verdict from the court of public opinion?
Shift to home-based work influences closed plan preferences.
Defended Scapa Flow from WWII attacks, but now battered by rising sea levels.
The real economic impact of historic preservation.
None have anything to do with maths, physics or science!
These post-WWII modular buildings were unpopular, yet ubiquitous.
Organisation offers best practices for construction and modification.
Heritage on the edge?
Prioritising tax considerations.
The four D creative process: discover, define, develop and deliver.
National Cyber Security Centre initiative is announced.
How to document contractor employment status.
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