- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
About Rick Fox
In this day and age, with the technology available, it should be possible to put small nuclear plants the size, or slightly larger, of a nuclear submarines power unit, into towns and estates to provide local electricity. The heat generated in the cooling process could be piped around buildings to provide heating in cold weather.
Featured articles and news
Only 9% of construction workers are 24 or younger.
Blighting local areas, preventing investment and and encouraging anti-social behaviour.
Sharing knowledge about the conservation of the built and historic environment.
CIOB launches a call to improve quality in the built environment.
Vastint gets permission for a 6.6 hectare site to support the expansion of Leeds’ city core.
One of the Isle of Man’s best 1960s buildings.
Using renewable energy in developing countries - QSAND and Loughborough University Research collaboration.
From frost damage to sulphate attack, common causes of defects in brickwork.
Precautions to take when making advance payments.
Helping communities recover from disasters and protecting them before they occur.
Instrumentation for critical healthcare environments.