Langley Mead, a popular community nature reserve in Shinfield has been given the green light to be extended.
Plans for the Oxfordshire Garden Village in West Oxfordshire have been lodged by Grosvenor Britain & Ireland.
Regeneration company Urban Splash has appointed David Warburton as land director to focus on acquisitions in the South West of England and neighbouring areas.
John Sisk & Son and Osborne+Co have been appointed to the construction of a new Santander campus in Milton Keynes.
HS2 Ltd has begun the search for specialist contractors to deliver the Overhead Catenary System (OCS) that will provide power to the high-speed trains.
Graeme Cooke of DEFSoftware discusses the fall in construction output, as the Office for National Statistics reports that construction output decreased by 40% in April compared with the previous year.
St Patrick’s Church is located in Bolton, Greater Manchester, it chose Selectaglaze secondary glazing to silence the busses and bypassers for a quiet and peaceful space.
Forth Engineering, in Cumbria, is developing the RADBLAD technology which will complete a full X-ray survey of wind turbines for both offshore and onshore farms.
The UK BIM Alliance has today (24 June) announced a new formal affiliation with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) and its facilities management solution SFG20 have become affiliates of the UK BIM Alliance.
Improving levels of occupant safety and increasing build quality are under the microscope. Here, Steve Thompson, managing director of EOS, considers the responsibility of manufacturers.
As the Voice of Commercial Modular Construction™, it is MBI’s mission to expand the use of offsite construction through innovative construction practices.
BoBlok UK, the joint venture between Skanska and IKEA, has been granted planning permission for its first UK housing development in Bristol.
Modern Methods of Construction play a vital role in ensuring the new normal is greener and more efficient, according to Dame Judith Hackitt and construction minister Nadhim Zahawi.
Despite the gradual lifting of restrictions imposed due to Covid-19, some construction sites remain closed because of an inability to source materials from abroad. Which is where British manufacturers come in.
Welcome to PBC Today May 2020. In this edition, we examine the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the construction industry, from contract issues and handling site shutdowns to looking ahead to how the sector can contribute to the recovery.
In the June edition of BIM Today, with the UK still in lockdown due to Covid-19, this issue takes a look forward to a future hopefully not too far away as we return to some kind of normal.
In this ebook, Jackie Maginnis, chief executive of the Modular & Portable Buildings Association, discusses the evolution of volumetric modular technology from its inception to the advanced systems that are proving increasingly popular today.
In this ebook, Nick Johns, head of digital manufacturing - UK at Graitec, examines the case for modular construction as a game-changer that will shift many aspects of building activity away from traditional projects to offsite, precision manufacturing-led production.
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The Access Group discuss the latest advice from the HSE on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how that looks in a workplace environment