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Government could be failing in its human rights duty over combustible cladding, warns watchdog.
Robots can help close the gap between designing and making.
Contractors launch new health and safety apprenticeship.
Full suite of speakers are announced for this year's BSRIA Briefing event.
Book your place for the Architectural Technology Awards 2018.
Italy's crumbling infrastructure under scrutiny after bridge collapse.
Construction Industry Council gives firm support to wide-ranging product bans.
Buildings should be designed with the future climate and extreme weather in mind.
BSRIA have launched the 'major update' of the go-to design framework guide for building services.
£200 million pilot to boost social home ownership is launched in the Midlands.
Greater London Authority selects 29 developers and builders for new Development Panel.
"Architects have a role to play in addressing school violence" says American Institute of Architects.
Government publishes a prospectus inviting proposals for new 'garden communities'.
The Morandi motorway bridge in Genoa collapses during rainstorm while undergoing maintenance works.
Construction employment levels stay flat for two years.
Dubai launches heritage initiative to preserve buildings from the 1960/70s.
New green paper published aiming to rebalance the relationship between landlords and residents and tackle stigma.
RIBA calls for a comprehensive ban on combustible materials.
Disruptors are coming, and facilities management needs to respond accordingly.
China advances plan to build $2.5bn Zimbabwe to Mozambique railway.
Government announces its Rough Sleeping Strategy, with further funding for social housing.
New development outside Kensington Gardens has no affordable housing provision.
ONS reports that construction output grew by 0.9% in the second quarter of the year.
Work to empty the Magnox Swarf Storage Silo (MSSS) takes a significant step forward.
The Home Quality Mark ONE technical manuals for new homes are now available.
BIG's first of two twisting towers in Manhattan tops out.
Friends of the Earth become the fifth litigant to file a suit against Heathrow's third runway.
If the one of the parties to a contract fails to perform as required, this may constitute a breach of contract.
Research engineer Chris Thompson examines the crucial role of smarter systems in predicting failure.
Conservation in the heritage cities of Venice and Liverpool.
Which room is the most fun to design? Find out the 'Grand Designs' presenter's unusual choice in our interview.
There are many ways of classifying types of building. Have a look at our range of building articles.
How to get results with building life cycle assessment.
'Developed design' is a phrase coined by the RIBA for their 2013 Plan of Work. But what does it actually mean?
Lump sum contracts can be referred to as ‘fixed price’ contracts, although strictly this is not correct. Find out more here.
Ramboll offer guidance to civil engineers on how to make projects 'off-site ready'.
An overlooked architect who deserves to be celebrated for his wide range of buildings.
Read our introductory article to 'Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning' (HVAC) in buildings.
Is data an untapped goldmine for productivity? How the infrastructure sector can capitalise on the opportunity.
The spread of fire can be restricted by sub-dividing buildings into a number of discrete compartments.
Have a look at our large collection of articles about different types of materials used in construction.
With the summer heatwave continuing, BSRIA have compiled a list of tips for staying cool in buildings.
How can CEOs win the competition for talent? New research suggests the sector might be missing a trick.
Technological advancement and professionalisation have brought new ways to investigate, analyse and interpret.
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