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Reports emerge of injuries caused by Apple employees colliding with the campus' glazed walls.
The winners of NIC's ideas competition on transforming the Cambridge to Oxford arc discuss their concept.
Lendlease wins Euston HS2 development role.
Serco chief executive writes manifesto for public service contracting.
Backlog of more than 400,000 homes with permission, says LGA.
New report provides 12 key actions which could close the structural talent gap in the construction industry.
New BRE research paper explores how blockchain technology can benefit the built environment industry.
Qatari developer backs claims Carillion lied to MPs.
AI workplace safety trials get £300,000 government boost.
64% of industry wants more action on pollution, new survey finds.
New step-by-step route maps for implementing effective surface water management measures are published.
Four companies within the Lagan Construction Group are going into administration.
Barratt plans to increase its use of modern and offsite construction methods for housing.
Climate change 'will push European cities towards breaking point' according to new study.
New campaign targets cartels as tip-offs rise by a third.
The BREEAM Sustainability Champion is changing to the Advisory Professional - here's what you need to know.
A fresh round of job-cuts takes the total number of redundancies to over 1,000.
In April 2018, the new legal standard for minimum energy efficiency (MEES) will apply.
New research exposes construction's "depressing" views on pregnancy and recruitment.
Agreed guidance issued by FPS for handling of specialist geotechnical operations.
National Infrastructure Commission warn that large infrastructure projects are at risk of falling behind.
BSRIA's new Building MOTs Scheme is designed to provide guidance on the next steps after compliance.
Whole-life costs consider all costs associated with the life of a building, from inception to disposal. Find out more here.
Create new habitats and improve air quality and wellbeing.
These can be used to find out whether a proposed development is likely to be approved. Read more here.
Studying a built environment degree? Check out our helpful student resources section.
Timber is a natural carbon sink, but it must not end up in landfill at the end of its useful life.
BSRIA has collaborated with the Department of Health on research into air permeability in isolation rooms.
GMP is an agreement with a contractor that the contract sum will not exceed a specified maximum. Read more here.
Read our introductory article to the completion date in construction contracts.
Almost 90% of freight in London is moved by road. The River Thames could add much needed extra capacity.
The quality of Cambridge owes as much to its open spaces as to its architectural uniqueness.
If events occur that cause the completion of the works to be delayed then these may be compensation events.
At an ICE discussion, the focus was on delivering a Northern Infrastructure Strategy based on opportunity for all.
Here is our outline work plan for a private sector design and build project.
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