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Museum exhibits a gingerbread cityscape celebrating the imagination of architects and designers.
RIBA secure a new route for highly-skilled architects to come to the UK.
Hitachi may pull out of £14bn Anglesey nuclear power plant.
Richard Rogers wins is the AIA’s highest annual honour.
Kier trials robot site inspector.
Crossrail may need an additional £1bn bailout.
Interserve shares collapse as rescue talks continue.
James Brokenshire unveils action plan to combat rough sleeping.
BRE conference on ways of providing and maintaining quality indoor environments.
BSI’s full membership secured post-Brexit
CDBB publish foundational definitions and values to guide the development of the National Digital Twin.
Improving the uptake of smart energy systems by local communities.
Despite the reduction in staffing, most users remain satisfied with the service.
Ban on combustible materials comes into force on 21 December.
MPs push for statutory 30-day payment.
Former Atkins chairman replaces Terry Morgan at HS2.
Improving approaches to risk in the built environment sector.
Megatrends: Smart Building Technology
North Jakarta is sinking by 11cm a year.
Helsinki starts a project to reduce the disruption caused by roadworks.
Seven common challenges facing governments when introducing BIM.
Guidance tool for communities to identify local heritage assets.
New app launched to support the mental health of construction workers.
2019 SPON'S Publications are now available.
Case study in the use of soft landings at the University of the West of England.
A quick introduction to a healthier and more sustainable form of construction.
The structural feasibility of modular high-rise buildings.
We run through the top 37 styles in history - but how many would you recognise?
Share your BREEAM knowledge to help improve the industry.
Are you innovating without realising it?
Is timber a carbon source rather than a carbon sink?
Disputes on infrastructure projects can have a major impact on delivery.
John Betjeman described it as one of the ‘noblest medieval barns in the whole of England’.
Everything comes down to finding the right people to implement change.
This article looks at some of the main types of plant used for excavation.
The benefits of a unified approach on construction projects.
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