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Urgent need for open communication to address mental health issues.
Guidance offered on COVID-19 green recovery, building safety and more.
Shell patterns of lobsters improve 3D concrete printing developments.
Enforcer will test and investigate product safety.
Design of 2020: pink seesaws on US-Mexico border.
Scottish governement announces Climate Change Plan 2018-2032.
Participants in Prompt Payment Code now have 30 days to pay suppliers.
Government holds first meeting of Build Back Better Council.
Consequences of cladding issues affecting housing market.
Consultation on public right to buy unused public property.
IHBC resource offers improved consistency.
Scotland updates guidances for in-home tradespeople.
Providing strength and support above the joists.
Underfloor air conditioning comes to 24 St James's Square.
The principles and art of the possible. Book review.
From horse and cart to hypermarket.
How elements and processes work together in a systems approach.
Tech will drive professional development in fields tied to infrastructure.
The idea for the structure emerged from the architect's dream.
Changing air tightness requirements prompt testing and revisions.
Product can be 'grown' into bricks or used as a self-healing building material.
Availability payment arrangements involve project performance.
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