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Tributes mark 15 years since the London attacks.
CICV Forum submits plan for Scottish schools to reopen.
Green building retrofits included in proposed economic recovery package.
BESA and TEMA drive adoption of unified building maintenance technologies.
Hard hat camera captures live data to create digital twin from AI.
UK construction rebounds in June, driven by housebuilders.
Social distancing rules will limit attendance at Grenfell Tower hearings.
Structural design defects found in concrete frames built 10 years ago.
Affordable Homes Programme to be extended until March 2023.
IoT sensors to be installed in 2,400 social homes.
Call comes for international BIM standard.
Collaboration as a consequence of COVID-19.
Government to bail out rebar firm.
Scottish homebuilders getting high levels of interest.
Fuel cell powered excavator developed.
Construction site canteens in England can now open under revised SOP.
The initiative to enhance the environment continues.
Could underused community spaces offer an alternative to working from home?
Keeping workers and workplaces safe in the United States.
A history lesson in geographic information systems.
A low tech, easy to use method of extinguishing small fires.
How can these valued spaces be reused?
Partnership avoids the need for listed building consent.
Connecting building design from inception to completion to operations.
Gregor Harvie predicts interoperability will be construction’s Uber moment.
Expert commentary and insight.
Guidance offered for stained glass window maintenance.
Define need before determining viability.
Framework examines social value of projects.
RfX or Request for [fill in the blank].
Outsourcing method to procure and manage supplies.
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