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Organisation alerts membership to findings of IHBC research.
Underwater robot given top honours at Scottish Green Energy Awards.
DT Hub gaining popularity.
Four outstanding professionals recognised.
HCLG welcomes Building Safety Bill despite lack of details.
The architecture of climbing gyms.
Organisation presents reactions from industry leaders.
New infrastructure bank to be based in the North of England.
Fairer, faster, greener. A summary of the key points.
How are football facilities being prepared for the return of fans?
Chancellor announces new National Infrastructure Strategy.
New service available for zero carbon home retrofits.
Stronger action suggested for plant operators who fail substance abuse tests.
Safe asbestos conversion process announced.
World's tallest Passivhaus building planned for Vancouver.
The radial city plan - as seen from above.
COVID-secure inspections set for businesses in the transport sector.
UK rail industry faces critical skills shortage.
Steel bridge falls over during transport to installation site.
Scientists surprised by COVID-19 clusters in construction sector.
Construction to play significant role in NI economic recovery.
Highways England withdraws Lower Thames Crossing planning application.
Funding secured for initiative to promote use of Scottish timber.
Crossrail could be 'mothballed'.
Settlement reached over Hadid estate.
Sustainable flooring from super strong grass.
Strategies to help provide safer working conditions.
Protecting flora, fauna and the other natural features of Scotland.
Architecture considered somewhere between 'sublime and beautiful'.
Polish piano factory revived through an energy-oriented tune up.
Dynamic architectural approach sets out to restore and improve the environment.
The art of negotiation.
Why did it take 111 years to build this Victorian engineering marvel?
Fantastic cities from above but flawed on the ground.
How some Victorians created insulated floor foundations.
Practical methods to tackle airborne particle transmission.
Often whimsical, but sometimes socially beneficial.
Roped access for architectural restoration.
Composition, changes in practice and regional variations.
President Rachel Skinner sets out future goals for civil engineers.
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