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Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners release first images of their planned new addition to the Toronto skyline.
London has the biggest housing shortfall in the country.
Business tenants to gain ‘fair deal’ with new industry guidance.
Watch Berkeley Group's video explaining its shift to modular construction.
The 3-day IHBC 2018 School will focus on; Our Shared heritage: Communication - Negotiation – Transformation.
An innovative 'green bench' is installed in London that absorbs as much pollution as 275 trees.
Statements are issued after the Florida bridge collapse.
Internet-connected sensors provide concrete data on UK sites.
CIOB announces new Vice-President.
CIOB publish a new code of estimating practice.
New technical memorandum focuses on the design of good homes.
Berkeley Group says they can't speed up housebuilding in line with government targets.
Wimbledon house was meant to solve the British housing problem, says Richard Rogers.
Police testing finds that flat door could only withstand fire for half its designed time.
RICS are to launch the Inspire programme to help bring surveying to a new generation.
CIOB presents ‘Building a Legacy’, a collaboration with ITN Productions.
Is cross-laminated timber coming of age, is it really an alternative to concrete or steel?
Eastern Europeans losing interest in UK construction jobs, new research suggests.
New good practice guidance looks at the best way to deliver multi-functional solar car parks.
Architect Richard Meier facing allegations of sexual harassment.
Spring statement 'missed the opportunity' to get building more homes, according to CIH.
Government has 'again failed to address many questions' says RIBA in response to Spring statement.
£1bn social housing deal struck between Wates and Havering council.
Philip Hammond suggests the public finances have reached a turning point.
PII provides insurance cover against negligence claims and is widely used where services are being provided.
Land which is, or was, occupied by a permanent structure; brownfield sites can have significant development potential.
Book review – a series of essays about architecture and urbanism in the British Empire.
The complex situation where events occur at the same time.
How can Latin America and the Caribbean unlock the digital potential of their new and existing built environment?
These relate to a programme where each activity is allocated a price and interim payments made against completion.
Images from a new photography book of buildings being reclaimed by nature.
What does the phrase 'demised premises' mean? Find out here in our introductory article.
The fifth annual ICE-Topcon lecture looked at how to balance smart technology and security.
Read our introductory article to the different types of column here.
From the humble to the splendid, listing brings beauty and culture to social and economic life.
What industry can do to boost civil engineering apprenticeships.
Patent defects are those which can be discovered by reasonable inspection. Read our introductory article here.
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