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BSI publishes 19650 Kitemark Standard for BIM software.
HSE introduces cumulative exposure calculator.
Contractor gives employees free one-year access to wellbeing app.
UKGBC assembles real estate green army to fight climate change.
Experts discover ancient 'lost golden city' of Egypt.
Survey indicates lack of support for smart motorways.
UK construction markets grow at sharpest pace since Sept 2014.
Does road construction really ease congestion and help the economy?
Homes England opens bidding for affordable homes grant partners.
Organisation receives accreditation from Investors in People.
Supply chain shortages anticipated, according to CLC.
Contractor shifts equipment and site plants from diesel to vegetable oil.
Colleges receive funds to continue refurbishment work.
Hackitt praises Trafford Housing Trust for fire safety approach.
Ruth Carter to become new CIBSE chief executive.
IHBC supports funding for arts, heritage and other cultural organisations.
UK architect qualifications not automatically recognised in EU countries.
Research reveals basis for rising development costs.
Millwork wall treatment with a long and illustrious history.
The Edwardians and their houses.
Cut off from civilian life for over 900 years.
Gaining green support from the carbon giants.
Medieval passageways with spiritual, transport and economic purposes.
Communicating the right information at the right time.
Materials can take on different properties to control heat and glare.
Challenges in the construction sector and beyond.
Exploring brick and timber construction techniques.
On wheels or on platforms, micro dwellings are popping up everywhere.
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