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- Project activities
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Collaboration as a consequence of COVID-19.
Government to bail out rebar firm.
Scottish homebuilders getting high levels of interest.
Fuel cell powered excavator developed.
Construction site canteens in England can now open under revised SOP.
Research looks at Development Consent Order planning process.
Government announces plans for new building projects.
CIOB, RICS, RIBA and others review definition of 'value' in construction.
Air pollution could make COVID-19 worse.
HS2 making new push for construction jobs.
Group releases statement regarding commitment to address climate change.
Highways England reminds drivers to secure materials being transported.
New rules would allow vacant commercial premises to be converted into housing.
Connecting building design from inception to completion to operations.
Gregor Harvie predicts interoperability will be construction’s Uber moment.
Expert commentary and insight.
Guidance offered for stained glass window maintenance.
Define need before determining viability.
Framework examines social value of projects.
RfX or Request for [fill in the blank].
Outsourcing method to procure and manage supplies.
The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel is an outstanding achievement.
Buildings of the interwar years. Book review.
Ireland’s climate change sectoral adaptation plan.
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