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A month after the devastating fire, emergency reconstruction works are underway.
New plans to stamp out rogue mobile home site owners.
Battersea Power Station to build glass elevator inside chimney.
Building new smart cities from scratch could be a response to Africa's growing population.
The London Build Expo is hosting a Diversity in Construction panel and networking session on October 24.
New ICE publication recommends pay-as-you-go tax to fund roads and other financing options.
BSRIA launches a White Paper on wearable technology and wellbeing in buildings.
Sagrada Familia gets building licence 136 years after work began
There must be no 'blank cheque' for £4bn Palace of Westminster refurbishment.
Have the pressures of the market shredded the core values of professionalism?
Government releases first tranche of funding for removal of unsafe high-rise cladding.
Tallest residential building in the world planned for New York City.
Construction and property businesses unite over net zero carbon.
Infrastructure and housing workloads keep UK construction sector buoyant.
More than half of UK builders have been victims of tool theft, according to new research.
Location shortlist for controversial new footbridge revealed.
Time is running out to book your place at BSRIA Briefing 2018.
UKGBC launches Innovation Portal for the built environment.
Only 4% of Home Building Fund destined for offsite.
CIOB's Art of Building international photography competition opens.
BSRIA examine the 'unpredictable' 2018 global air conditioning market.
ICE publish new report calling for new sector-wide body to help avert structural failures.
Taxes on buy-to-let landlords have not pushed up rents, study says.
With the clock ticking, RIBA say that a 'no deal Brexit' will be "disastrous" for the architecture profession.
A form of procurement where the contractor provides a single point of contact for a supply chain.
Analysis can help develop a specification, but must not lead to inappropriate specifications being accepted.
Dos and don'ts for creating a smart home.
Lead times are a measure of the amount of time that elapses between initiating and completing a construction process.
How to ensure UK transport infrastructure copes with severe winter weather.
Under the Party Wall Act a property owner has the legal right to do works that might otherwise constitute trespass or nuisance.
The rainbow JCB will be making a welcome return to the London Build Expo on 23 and 24 October at Olympia.
An introductory article to external works - all activities carried out to the external environment of a building project.
The focus is generally on the lime binder, but the aggregate is actually the most significant element.
The importance of communication, collaboration and simplicity when planning construction projects.
BSRIA provide a top 10 list of recent legislation and guidance affecting buildings.
Record third-time winner of the RIBA Stirling Prize - our profile of one of the world's most celebrated architects.
A release schedule is prepared if not all required information has been prepared or issued when the contract is executed.
Formwork is the term used for the process of creating a temporary mould into which concrete is poured and formed.
ICE look at how engineers can create infrastructure conditions where anyone and everyone can cycle.
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