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ICE publish a discussion paper looking at the role of the engineer in creating inclusive cities.
Millennials don't need living rooms, says Patrik Schumacher.
Alexandra Palace’s ‘hidden’ theatre to reopen after £18.8m restoration.
CIOB issue statement relating to fake Diplomas.
Persimmon shareholders express disapproval over executive bonuses.
Modern buildings demand modern technologies.
Association of British Insurers describe full-scale cladding tests as 'utterly inadequate'.
Government champions innovation in bid to build well-designed homes.
Accidents in scaffolding sector hit a record low.
More than 60,000 construction companies trading on the brink.
Researchers believe they may have created a 'game-changing' new form of concrete using graphene.
A home for everyone now a top priority for people in Wales.
BSRIA to stage 2018 Soft Landings Conference in June.
Part of Designing Buildings Wiki, BREEAM Wiki will advance knowledge sharing for the BRE family of sustainability tools.
Architects’ Council of Europe votes to support RIBA motion on Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications.
Office sector expected to shrink 20% this year.
New BRE book considers the progression from project-based knowledge creation to whole-life urban knowledge management.
BREEAM and Measurabl announce integration to improve the financial performance of commercial real estate.
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners' release new images of soon-to-open 3WTC tower in New York.
More than half of small building firms say that rising material prices are squeezing their margins.
Finnish construction workers begin '€30m a day’ strike.
New briefing note is launched focusing on increasing knowledge of housing that promotes health and wellbeing.
'Carillion effect' sparks surge in bad debt and construction failures.
The European Parliament has approved a revised Energy Performance of Buildings directive.
HAB is a bridge design concept which incorporates an integrated hydraulic system in order to carry more weight.
A PQP describes the activities, standards, tools and processes necessary to achieve quality in a project's delivery.
How Lidl has been actively working to reinforce their brand through sustainability.
This article examines the changing policy commitments and evolving definitions of the zero carbon home.
Grouting refers to the injection of materials into a soil or rock formation to change its physical characteristics.
From the decorative to the utilitarian, and from the photographed to the forgotten.
This CIOB article explores the concept of value in building design and construction.
A document can be called a bond or a guarantee. Does the name matter and what is the difference between them?
Arbitration is a private, contractual form of dispute resolution used in the construction industry.
A stakeholder is anyone who has an interest in the process or outcome of a construction project.
It may seem obvious but what does the term 'structure' refer to within a built environment context?
Photographing Historic Buildings, by the former head of photography at English Heritage.
The common data environment is the single source of information used by the whole project team.
Solar, energy storage and electric vehicles - the Renewable Energy Association look at joining up the clean technologies.
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