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Government uses Alexa and Google Home to make services easier to access.
Your chance to comment on the draft BS 851188 - flood resistance products and flood protection products.
Rebuilding could take 20 to 40 years.
New data exploration licence to simplify access to geospatial data.
RSHP’s high-rise residential towers win a tall buildings award for excellence.
Hays offers the chance for professionals to win a €5,000 bursary to develop skills.
BSRIA study reveals strong growth in 2018.
Further delays to Crossrail could mean it opens in 2021.
IKEA achieves highest BREEAM rating for new-build in the UK.
Robots will make millions jobless in US construction, warns report.
Top 50 women engineers poll deadline has been extended.
Report says half of England is owned by less than 1% of the population.
IHBC offers sympathies to France for Notre Dame catastrophe.
Macron promises to rebuild Notre Dame within five years.
Notre Dame digital scan offers hope for restoration.
Fire partially destroys Notre Dame in Paris.
RA makes open call for Lego challenge 2019.
Copenhagen housing scheme is built from recycled materials.
'Holistic and green' is the best approach to housing.
Dame Judith Hackitt confirmed as keynote speaker – one year on from the Hackitt Report. Save £100 on tickets.
Japanese prefab housing giant reveals defects in thousands of homes.
New style roadworks cut disruption for drivers and residents.
Infrastructure leads drive to eliminate site accidents.
Goldman Sachs invests £75m into UK modular housing venture.
A call has been made for entries into the Wood Awards 2019.
House of Lords committee calls for investment in housing, transport, education and infrastructure.
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Europe's largest brick factory to be built in Leicestershire.
Architects invited to submit entries for hotel design awards.
Robotic rebar-placing machine is unveiled at Bauma.
Judith Hackitt appointed to HS2 board.
Landlord retrofits sprinklers to 17 high-rise blocks.
UK house prices likely to fall for the next six months.
New York arts centre's shell can be moved on wheels.
Salford Uni research house gives better energy assessments.
Construction product manufacture rises but investment stalls.
RIBA unveils new codes of conduct.
Modern slavery in the construction sector.
What to bear in mind when claiming damages in construction.
How do we achieve sustainable clean-water infrastructure for all?
What you should know when appointing an architect.
A brief history plus some new developments.
How computational fluid dynamics (CFD) helps building design.
The Hong Kong Harbour Area Treatment Scheme (HATS).
'Expressions of interest' for construction contracts.
Supporting assets that are crucial to achieving business goals. Free download.
Get it wrong and you will have to live with the consequnces.
How do we justify the need for a building?
CE offers endless opportunities for construction/regeneration.
What circumstances give rise to disputes?
A concise guide to employment status.
Five things construction can learn from the automotive sector.
Put a quality culture improvement plan in place and don’t walk by.
Capability Brown is proof that engineering for sustainability works.
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