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Glasgow School of Art fire ravages Kier restoration work.
The changing identity of London communities in the face of rapid urbanisation.
Foster + Partners could leave London over Brexit.
Calls for an urgent review of the apprenticeship levy to reverse a decline in numbers.
CIAT members are encouraged to become STEM Ambassadors.
Dominic Raab announces development corporation powers for councils.
BSRIA launch the 5th edition of the Design Framework for Building Services (BG 6/2018).
Which countries have the highest levels of BIM adoption?
Two thirds of Brits cannot fix a leaking tap.
Construction site visitor cards are to be withdrawn.
Residents escape a fire in a Lewisham tower block.
Pimlico Plumbers boss warns the industry faces tsunami of self-employed claims.
Labour MP calls for an end to public sector contractors’ right to secrecy.
Calls for the government to use the NPPF review to deliver better design everywhere.
Is the Hackitt Review fit for purpose?
3 WTC opens, RSHP’s first built project in New York.
BREEAM ES and SIMA present for the first time a reproduction of a sustainable home.
RIBA and LDC partner to support future growth of NBS.
At least 42 Irish construction companies have gone into liquidation or examinership since the start of 2018.
Plant manufacturers launch a draft manifesto for digitalisation in the industry.
Two new ISOs signal the transition of the PAS 1192 series to international standards.
How's that for customer satisfaction? The results of our user survey are in.
Comprehensive review to stop criminals evading landfill tax.
The VR Serpentine Pavilion opens this month.
James Brokenshire announces £30 million immediate support for rough sleepers
Three UK airports appear on a list of the worst ten in the world.
Julia Evans, BSRIA’s Chief Executive, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s birthday honours.
Detailed guidance about construction waste management.
Can you help? We have 300 industry acronyms beginning with 'C' but none beginning with 'Y'.
From the sinister Carceri d’Invenzione to the triple portrait of Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn and his Grand Tour travelling companions.
Stella Rimmington famously said the construction industry was just as tricky as the KGB.
We have a lots of articles about lifts - this introduction is a good place to start.
One of the most significant barriers to realising true value from digital transformation.
A great reference text for dipping into, and an absorbing read.
Owen Hatherley pulls no punches in our interview about his new book 'Trans-Europe Express' and much more.
Construction is often described as 'fragmented' but what does this really mean?
Senior ICE Scotland members discuss the 2017 Edinburgh inquiry which showed the need for more supervision on all sites.
In construction, ‘supplier’ is a general term which refers to organisations contracted as part of delivering a built asset.
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