Wates has appointed Scott Camp as the new managing director of its £145m specialist fit-out and refurbishment division, Wates Smartspace.
Business secretary Alok Sharma has urged tradespeople to sign up to the government’s new Green Homes Grants scheme.
Wates Living Space has been appointed by The Guinness Partnership to deliver maintenance work on two high rise schemes worth £7m.
Brent Council has granted planning permission for a residential extension and redevelopment at 1 Olympic Way in Wembley.
Belfast City Council has signalled its intent to give the go-ahead to plans for a state-of-the-art £12m aquarium in Titanic Quarter, Belfast.
John Murphy and Sons has been fined £150,000 after damaging a 10-inch gas pipeline whilst undertaking work on the M8 motorway.
Dan Joyce, general manager EMEA, SafetyCulture, explains how construction companies can nail safety in the face of a pandemic.
Craig Tatton, managing director UK building at Interserve Construction takes a look at what the Prime Ministers “build, build, build” commitment means for the education sector.
Mobile 3D laser scanning is emerging as a valuable tool to gather building information in greater detail while saving time and money - and improving worker safety.
Advanced building materials, smart buildings, BIM, digital twins, and modern methods of construction are amongst the more transformative technologies set to shape digital engineering.
Charles Pierce, managing director of Darwin Group, puts the record straight on the benefits of Modern Methods of Construction (MMC).
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has agreed a £300m contract with A&E Elkins to deliver up to 750 new modular homes.
Modular construction specialists, Darwin Group has completed a new multi-use block for Gretton School in Cambridge.
Marcus Saunders, client service executive for construction at Gallagher, tells us what the new research from the Structural Timber Association (STA) into fire safety could mean for insuring timber framed properties.
Welcome to PBC Today August 2020. In this edition, we examine the continuing impact of Covid-19 on the construction industry, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson's call to "build, build, build", government proposals to radically overhaul the planning system and the sector's road to recovery in the "new normal".
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 special edition of Modular Advantage, the Modular Building Institute interviewed over 20 member companies around the world to see how the industry has responded to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
Mail Manager is the Outlook add-in developed by Arup to help project-based businesses eliminate their email management headache.
BRE Group has been raising the standards of the built environment since 1921, and in the last few years has grown significantly.
This report by Asite provides a snapshot of the future trends shaping the industry, the opportunities and issues it faces in 2020 and exemplifies the virtues of a regionally engaged and globally responsive approach.