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Joint ventures cost more and take longer.
Insurer calls for thermal imaging cameras to prevent fires on site.
Costain commits to deliver low carbon whole life solutions to every client.
The energy potential of Scotland’s parks.
Behind the scenes at six Crossrail stations.
Housing Secretary clamps down on shoddy housebuilders.
German builders fret over China’s dominance in Africa.
Conservation hierarchy framework for biodiversity net gain.
CIOB suggests the economic reach of construction is double the official figures.
Sensors installed in bins as part of Sheffield’s ‘smart city’ initiative.
The first US building to achieve BREEAM Outstanding In-Use.
A million homes with planning permission have not been built.
Points-based immigration plan gets 'cautious welcome'.
Super sewer reaches the halfway point.
The use of ‘without prejudice’ does not make documents inadmissible.
Sir Robert McAlpine to go net zero within five years.
Plans for a new £150m film studio in Reading.
UK House Price Index for December 2019.
Laing O’Rourke to build Everton’s new stadium.
New images of west London ‘super hub’ Old Oak Common station.
CIOB respond to the points-based system.
Bridge or tunnel could replace Scotland’s second-busiest ferry service.
Kier starts new trials with efficiency robot.
Government cuts the flow of EU construction workers.
Construction companies are showing no signs of leaving the UK.
We need a comprehensive skills plan for infrastructure.
£1.2 billion for the world’s most powerful weather and climate supercomputer.
CIOB response to the new Minister of State for Housing.
Japanese to build UK’s biggest offsite village.
Hackitt urges materials producers to digitise faster.
Millwall FC unveils plan for 34,000-capacity stadium.
Christopher Pincher becomes the 18th Housing Minister since 2000.
Dutch scientist proposes damming the North Sea.
Scottish housing condition survey published.
Blunders revealed as Elizabeth Tower repair bill soars to £80m.
Esther McVey sacked as housing minister.
Affordable adjudication for low value disputes.
Plans to remove funding from courses with low student numbers.
Insights from New York.
A quick introduction to a very complicated subject.
70 buildings from 70 years of Concrete Quarterly. Book review.
Conserving the iron roof at the Albert Dock.
Delivering an infrastructure revolution.
The admissibility of evidence.
How many can you name? 37 anyone?
When is the weather considered 'exceptionally adverse'?
ECA backs call for a rolling programme of rail electrification.
What does 'curtilage' mean and why does it matter?
Our duty to prevent harm and protect each other.
A quality perspective.
If buildings were people, they would be just starting to walk on two legs.
Air filtration and clean air standards.
The Dukes of Normandy and the second world war.
Conserving structures in historic designed landscapes.
Online platform to showcase acoustic solutions.
The drivers of value and how it is measured.
Do you know your Ionic from your Doric?
The problems dust can cause and how they can be avoided.
Using raw water reservoirs to prevent flooding.
Beyond documentation – making quality the new normal.
Residences in the inner city since 1970. Book review.
Digital technology is shining new light beneath the waves.
Incremental improvements aren't enough.
Why it matters and what it should include.
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