Construction company, Heron Bros, has been awarded a multi-million pound contract to deliver Grade A office space in Belfast.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) has selected Mace to deliver its Extreme Photonics Applications Centre on the Harwell campus in Oxfordshire.
Midlothian Council, which has declared a Climate Emergency, has appointed Vattenfall as the preferred bidder for its energy partnership.
As part of the prime minister's cabinet reshuffle, Esther McVey has been removed from her role as housing minister.
A new report commissioned by City Hall revealed women, people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, disabled and LGBTQ+ Londoners are significantly underrepresented in the industry.
The proposed changes to Part L and Part F building regulations do not go far enough, as the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) urges Government to embed embodied carbon targets.
National trade body, Property Care Association has launched a new training programme, ‘Defects in Cavity Construction’ to address modern challenges in an age-old construction technique.
Infrastructure services company, F M Conway has been suspended from the Prompt Payment Code for failing to pay suppliers on time, the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) has revealed.
Excitech explores the changes between BS 1192 and ISO 19650 and how a company can use document and drawing management software to help support compliance with ISO 19650.
Consultancy company Excitech helps lay the foundations for Glancy Nicholls Architects to gain its BIM Level 2 accreditation.
WSP reveals how it removed the barriers to use BIM more often and with wider audiences by publishing it’s Building Information Models (BIMs) online.
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.
Structural timber technology is seriously reducing carbon emissions. Andrew Carpenter from the Structural Timber Association discusses the benefits of engineered timber solutions.
BoKlok UK Ltd, the sustainable home provider jointly owned by Skanska and IKEA, has announced the exchange of contracts on its first three developments.
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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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.