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Plywood and steel prices continue to climb.
How long did it take to paint some of the world's iconic buildings?
Cost increases and worker shortage impact construction growth.
Organisation addresses fire safety culture change and competence.
UK tightens gap in balance of trade for construction materials.
Procurement continues on Stonehenge Tunnel despite High Court ruling.
Residential Property Developer Tax under review.
Organisation offers mobile app to its members.
Construction firms working on public contracts in NI given pricing leeway.
Energy retrofit guidance provided by PAS 2035 and PAS 2030.
BSRIA explores US share of 2020 VRF market.
Record-breaking registrations for UK Construction Week.
Gangs using escooters to steal GPS farming equipment.
Changes to planning rules could impact high street services.
Some contractors start to pay subcontractors faster.
New fire safety requirement comes into force.
Government wage support levels decrease to 60%.
Fourth suicide prompts another closure of Heatherwick's Vessel structure.
More than 100k construction workers still out of work.
Government announces plans for broadband upgrade.
Increase in waste stream contamination prompts warning to construction sector.
Building to be made with reinforced carbon fibre mesh instead of steel.
How architecture helps healing.
EV power sources: first you see them, then you don't!
Using mathematics and psychology to make unbiased, complex decisions.
High levels of mica and pyrite found in aggregate used for Irish homes.
Different types of bridges are meant to move.
A logical approach to handling the internal voice of self doubt.
First fashionable in the US, decorative metal has become globally desirable.
Helping communities preserve and enhance historic environments.
Incorporating EDI into the provision of fair access.
An architectural biography. Book review.
The house where the future king of France lived.
The teacher, architectural technologist and mum offers her insights.
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