Multiplex has adopted a flexible working model to reduce its gender pay gap and increase the number, and influence of women working across its UK business.
Atkins has been appointed by the Geospatial Commission to create a digital map of underground pipes and cables which will ‘revolutionise’ construction and development across the country.
ICW Group, one of the UK’s leading providers of building warranties and building control services, strives to be the partner of choice, offering a fresh approach to the market with high levels of customer service.
The third phase of the £500m Blackwall Reach regeneration scheme has been given the green light, which will see the delivery of 315 new homes.
Construction technology specialist, Causeway Technologies has acquired building products information platform, SpecifiedBy.
A scaffolding company has been fined £160,000 after a crane operator was fatally electrocuted when the crane he was operating struck an overhead powerline.
Rene Morkos, CEO of ALICE Technologies and an adjunct professor at Stanford University, argues that Artificial Intelligence can contribute to the transformation of the nation's infrastructure here and now.
Blackpool City Council has given the go-ahead for plans to deliver the £300m Blackpool Central leisure destination.
On a typical construction project mistakes crop up. A report by Asite helps organisations make their own business case for a Common Data Environment (CDE).
One of the largest urban development projects in Europe relies on precast construction for efficient and sustainable building – ALLPLAN software enabled efficient precast detailing processes.
Elecosoft launches collaboration cloud for improved project management.
A digital twin provider and an IoT specialist have joined forces to accelerate urban transformation in Las Vegas with its first-ever digital twin.
Graham has topped out at the University of York’s £130m flagship student accommodation project, which was built in only 58 weeks.
We hear from experienced SIPs users who nearly always buy SIPs from leading British manufacturer Hemsec - for very good reasons, as they explain.
Britain must solve its housing crisis without putting climate at risk, warned the UK's former chief scientific advisor, Sir David King, at an Offsite Alliance event.
There are lots of reasons not to start engaging with modern methods of construction (MMC). Too risky, too expensive, too many unknowns, too much else to do. Especially if you’re a smaller housing provider.
The RIBAJ/Norbord Europe, now part of West Fraser, competition is designed to encourage architects to push the creative boundaries when considering the use of SterlingOSB Zero.
Welcome to the August edition of PBC Today, which explores everything from climate risk in the built environment, carbon reduction and net zero ambitions to calls for a radical new national housing policy, how the industry can cope with material shortages and the case for incentivising MMC.
Welcome to the June edition of BIM Today. In this issue, we look at everything from boosting digital skills in the construction workforce to the potential of digital twins in achieving net zero carbon, the future of drone technology in the UK and the role of 4D visualisation in improving health and safety.
This ebook from imaging, measurement and realisation technology specialist Faro offers the ultimate guide to using 3D technology in concrete construction workflows.
In this new ebook, the Access Group argues that the lack of supply, when combined with emerging challenges and barriers at home and internationally, mean the construction industry must now accept that the old ways of working alone are not going to solve the problem.
M-AR offer offsite solutions - MMC Category 1, 2 and 3 product options that can be combined to create hybrid designs for the optimum building method.
Asite has launched a research report examining how the construction industry can adapt to survive, using digital technologies in the face of Covid-19.