More than one million homes with planning consent in the past decade are yet to be built, according to figures from the Local Government Association.
The technical team at structural warranty specialists Advantage Insurance (AHCI) take a look at what constitutes best practice for foundations in 2020.
Mitie has launched its new ‘Plan Zero’ commitment, aiming to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2025, 25 years ahead of the UK government’s 2050 target.
HS2 has been given the green light. But, is it on the right track or a white elephant in the making? Take PBC Today’s latest survey to have your say.
For the sector to truly transform we need change and diversity at leadership level, says the Construction Engineering Masters (CEM) programme, as it calls on more women to enrol.
Birmingham City Council has launched a new strategy for East Birmingham which aims to create 40,000 jobs, 10,000 new homes and improved access to public transport and health services.
Sir Robert McAlpine have launched a new sustainability strategy for 2020-2024, setting a clear path to achieving net-zero carbon emissions, with social value delivered over its operations.
Larsen & Toubro have advanced BIM for rail on the second phase of India’s Western Dedicated Freight Corridor.
In an interview with Jörg Braunes, product manager at FARO, we discuss the new features and how various groups of professionals can benefit.
The Met Office and BIM today have been looking at the integration of weather and climate data across the construction project lifecycle. In this edition, we look at the next step of how data can be used to support the project delivery and build.
Sales of timber homes and buildings will reach £800m in 2020 as growth in timber frame housebuilding outpaces traditional construction methods.
Kenny Ingram, global industry director at IFS discusses how modular construction and technology could lay the foundations for the future of UK housing.
Urban Splash has strengthened its land acquisition team with four new hires, as Andrew Johnston, Richard Dingle, Sam Thomas and Laurence Chipperton join.
The Chinese city of Wuhan has built a new 1,000-bed hospital in just over a week to treat people infected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Stewart Dalgarno, director of product development at Stewart Milne Timber Systems, discusses how Advanced Industrialised Methods for the Construction of Homes (AIMCH) can overcome challenges currently faced by housebuilders and developers.
Welcome to the PBC Today February 2020. In this issue, we shine a light on the planning landscape, legal issues for construction, modular construction's potential in 2020, digital transformation in FM and much more!
In this latest ebook, JCT experts look at some of the key issues in construction, from sustainability and the changes being brought about by digital technology to contract law.
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Build Aviator's House Types packages offer a one-stop shop to ensure you have everything you need from planning approval to building the finished product.
Ian Streets of About Access discusses the benefits of access consultants, particularly in the long-term where it costs to put things right.
Build Aviator discuss their estimating software and how you can make the most of the tools on hand to stay on top of your project.