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Glasgow strategic development 30-year framework approved.
Organisation recognises milestones of the project's next phase.
Welding and metalworking businesses must manage respiratory risks.
Is environmentalism replacing formalism in architecture?
New report explores how regulations are being put into action.
BSI publishes new set of competence criteria.
Mexico City metro collapse causes numerous fatalities.
Survey finds spiking demand - but lagging staffing - for SME firms.
Bitumen binder may delay road surface deterioration.
Restrictions on the sale of coal and wet wood come into force.
Survey reveals BIM uptake during COVID.
Exploring the key to the adoption of this abundant energy source.
His clients have ranged from Liberace to St Nick to world-class athletes.
These tactical structures can be permanent or temporary.
The golden thread and BS 8644-1.
A varied portfolio of internationally recognised buildings.
Threatened by housing and expanding universities.
Getting "boots on the ground" to make things happen.
Building systems may begin to learn.
Empty high streets could be ripe for redevelopment as affordable housing.
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