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Balfour Beatty has announced that its Craidd Alliance has achieved IS044001 accreditation, the international standard for collaboration.
In his latest episode of ‘collaboration corner’, Rhys Lewis travels to Cardiff to talk about all things digital construction with Kier’s delivery team, and how they are using Revizto software to help deliver Fitzalan High School.
Insulation specialist Actis has announced two new appointments as demand for Actis Hybrid insulation products grows.
Swansea’s renewable tidal lagoon ‘Blue Eden’ will create thousands of jobs during and after construction, placing Wales at the forefront of renewable energy innovation.
With global BIM market forecast to grow significantly over the next few years, Women in BIM’s Regional Leads in Chile, the USA, Greece and Australia discuss how the technology is being adopted in their corner of the world.
Mott MacDonald has appointed Owen Davies as a project principal within its highways team in Wales, Davies brings with him 20 years of experience in the transport sector.
WSP, Ecosystems Knowledge Network, and Northumbria University have launched a new net gain measurement tool to help built environment professionals play a greater part in nature recovery and climate resilience.
Tilbury Douglas has appointed two new regional managing directors, covering the Northern and Central regions of the UK construction firm.
Work continues on Wernick Building’s latest project for George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton, which will see the delivery of a new theatre suite.
Bentley Systems has acquired INRO Software, a leader in multimodal transportation planning, traffic simulation, and mobility visualisation software.
Over £1bn has been allocated to drive down emissions from industry and public buildings like schools, hospitals and council buildings, as part of the Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy.
The Chartered Institute of Building has been exploring the role of construction in the post-pandemic world. The CIOB’s CEO, Caroline Gumble, discusses the Adapt & Thrive event, being held on 24 March, to examine how the industry might change and adapt to new ways of working.
Laing O’Rourke has been appointed by the Cabinet Office to take on the role of government strategic supplier, the contract will start immediately.
Fusion Building Systems, a well-established light steel frame superstructure manufacturer, celebrates two decades in the offsite construction sector this year. Head of business development Robert Clark discusses the changes the industry has seen since the year 2000 and takes a look at what’s yet to come.
Modular construction company Darwin Group will deliver a new Covid-19 facility at University Hospital of Wales (UHW) in Cardiff.
Swansea University has appointed Kier to build a new state-of-the-art semiconductor facility which will bring together groundbreaking research with technology development.
Britishvolt has appointed NG Bailey to build the UK’s first battery gigaplant, which will produce lithium-ion battery technology for the automotive and renewable energy sectors.
Wernick Buildings has recently completed its first offsite accommodation instalment supporting the construction of High Speed 2.
Studies by AMA Research have pinpointed the sectors that will experience an upturn from the Covid-19 pandemic, with both modular and offsite construction set to grow.
PBC Today explores how the Common Data Environment (CDE) strengthens collaboration across the AEC industry and allows for seamless data sharing.
Software and digital twin cloud services provider, Bentley Systems, has joined the Digital Twin Consortium at the ‘Groundbreaker’ level.
TRADA’s University Challenge 2020 saw students from across the UK design timber community housing that is low-carbon, energy and water efficient, climate-resilient, healthy and desirable.
Lovell Partnerships and Homes England have agreed deals worth £140m, to deliver 500 new homes on two former Ministry of Defence (MoD) sites in Yorkshire and Wiltshire.
Virgin Media has awarded new five-year regional build contracts, worth up to £500m per year, to six national partners.
Designed by Wernick’s in-house architectural team, the new modular building uses its Swiftplan® system to achieve an EPC rating of ‘A’ and BREEAM 'Excellent' standard.
Nicola Hindle has been appointed by Kier as the new group directing manager for Kier Highways, Nicola will join the group in May from Amey.