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The latest ebook from BLP Insurance examines the continuing development of offsite construction and modular construction.
The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) warns increased skip and diesel prices will make it more difficult for homeowners to improve their homes.
Modular construction has become increasingly popular in recent years and has even been hailed as the future of the construction industry, but while technology takes leaps and bounds, the sector still has many obstacles to overcome. We take a look at all things modular
This ebook discusses the growing support for offsite construction as a method of delivering modern, sustainable and desirable homes, as well as examining the challenges and opportunities facing the sector.
Alex Small, BIM & digital platforms manager at Tata Steel explores confusion around BIM information and how to bring it to the market.
The first phase of a new dementia-friendly home on BRE’s Watford Innovation Park, has been completed, having been further developed in partnership by BRE and experts from Loughborough University
Modular home specialists Go_Modular are setting up their first offsite factory near Southampton as the business looks to disrupt the traditional housebuilding market
Councils across the country will be able to bid for funding to improve enforcement action against landlords who are not fulfilling their responsibilities.
Rob McCormack, director of Consultancy, Investigation, Training, discusses the key issues to address to ensure the successful installation of cavity wall insulation
McBains has been appointed to give strategic and technical advice on the development of the world's tallest modular towers in Croydon, South London.
Erica Belcher of Centre for London, explains how Modern Methods of Construction can help London to improve quality of homes during the housing crisis.
Professor Karel Williams of Alliance Manchester Business School at the University of Manchester explores regeneration in Greater Manchester.
Research pioneered at Swansea University to create “active” buildings that generate their own clean energy has received a multi-million pound boost from the government
Project Milestone is building the world’s first 3D printed concrete homes that will actually be lived in.