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Investigators wait to probe another London block blaze.
Contractor warns of lower tender prices post-Brexit.
East-West rail link given NSIP status.
Brexit uncertainty triggers first September house-price fall since 2010.
Construction bodies launch fair payment and mental health initiative.
Industry sceptical over PM's Scotland-Ireland bridge.
Manchester University seeks partners for £1.5bn innovation hub.
Effective procurement is key to delivering UN's SDGs in infrastructure.
VAT Reverse Charge delay a “victory for industry”.
Highways England to deliver £1.25bn Stonehenge bypass with NEC4.
Approved Document B temporarily withdrawn due to potential error.
Design competition launched for £16m National Railway Museum.
Museum dedicated to the Bauhaus opens in Dessau.
Architects added to Home Office's Shortage Occupation List.
Scottish government making homes more energy efficient.
IHBC's conference on conserving post-war buildings gearing up.
Owners not replacing dangerous cladding may face consequences.
RSHP completes Centre Building at LSE in London.
Housing and infrastructure need to be connected, says ICE
CIOB responds to latest construction output figures
Offsite tipped to take 20% of housing market in next five years
Customers complain solar panels are not showing expected returns
The reverse charge has been delayed until October 2020.
SW London timber-clad apartment block gutted by fire
CIOB publishes new quality management code
£1bn welcome but high streets need radical changes
2.7m-wide office block slotted into Tokyo alley
Norwich ‘Domesday Book’ church set for £200k revamp
Contractor uses battlefield technique for stressed workers
100 places to benefit from new Towns Fund
The $4bn DIY project.
Consultation on reducing the height above which sprinklers are required.
Housing must be part of chancellor’s ‘infrastructure revolution’
What should communities do as sea-levels rise?
Buyers report sharpest drop in new work for 10 years
Underground and undersea cities may exist in 50 years' time
Trials pave the way for solar-powered trains
Housing Expo will show industry's ability to build more homes
Hackney block to be evacuated over fire-safety fears
Effective data usage could make journeys greener, more reliable
AL_A drawings reveal a transformed Paisley museum
Transform a Pacer carriage competition - deadline looming
Dezeen Awards architecture shortlist announced
Councils to be forced to publicise new housing benefits
Voting for the ICE People’s Choice Award opens September 9
House prices could nosedive after no-deal Brexit
Government launches ‘Get Ready for Brexit’ campaign.
Emerging cost contracts
Connecting infrastructure with housing.
All about E-procurement
Winners and finalists in CIAT's architectural technology awards.
Their survival against the odds is a remarkable feature of the City’s history.
Immersed, charmed and inspired on conservation’s front line.
About JCT...and the rest
The Centre Building, London School of Economics
Enhancing employee health and wellbeing
Underfloor heating opportunities grow as world radiator market cools.
Points to consider to make specifying stone sustainable.
It is not just about speed
The Flatiron Building, New York
Which way up should you lay a brick?
CIOB launches new QM code
What is a digital twin?
Heritage case studies from Scotland
The common data environment
The art of reconnection at 6 Burlington Gardens.
A quick guide to recent changes
How to prepare tender documents
Assessing buildability is a crucial first step in construction
Inclusive design for disability
Two sides of the same coin
How to create a sustainable hotel
Reducing glare that can cause discomfort and distraction.
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