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Stuart Patience, senior associate specialising in Solar PV at Hollis explains how the industry can overcome the barriers to solar energy adoption in the UK.
Holmes Miller has strengthened its senior team with new appointments, as seven staff are promoted across its Glasgow and London offices.
Justin Moule, CEO of cloud construction software business Eque2 says digital software can drive sustainability in construction and win more business. Here he explains why.
Blockchain provider Finboot looks at how emerging tech can play a role in validating and standardising ESG in construction.
Specialist offsite contractor M-AR has created an environmentally-friendly terminus building for the first fully solar-powered transport hub in the UK, the Stourton Park and Ride.
BAM FM has been appointed by NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) to its Hard Facilities Management framework agreement (Hard FM).
Galliford Try has been appointed to a new net zero carbon school project under the Department for Education (DfE) Net Zero Carbon in Operation (NZCIO) scheme.
Mace has appointed Rachel O’Donnell as consult lead for retrofit, reflecting its commitment to tackling the climate emergency and the building safety crisis.
Glenbrook and Town Centre Securities PLC (TCS) have submitted planning applications for a £280m masterplan for the development of Whitehall Riverside, in Leeds city centre.
Paul Reilly has been appointed as the new WSP managing director for planning and advisory which supports clients through a broad array of specialisms, including earth & environment, planning, project & commercial services, and transport planning.
As construction net zero targets loom large, Adam Savitz of Johnson Controls examines how businesses can meet the challenge.
Tarmac has signed a charter produced by The Pallet LOOP, which aims to reduce pallet waste in the construction industry.
Elements Europe, an offsite specialist, has been appointed as the main contractor on a £100m London modular hotel and office development.
Previously the stuff of science fiction, could floating cities offer a very real solution to the threat of rising sea levels? Nemetschek Group considers the possibility.
The pandemic has changed the way we work, travel and interact - and cities need to change too to avoid becoming ghost towns. Dr David Cleevely, chair of the Cambridge Ahead NECE project, discusses new research that examines how the city can experiment with new urban design principles and transport.
With the UK 2050 net zero target in mind, it is time to think and talk more about reducing construction waste, says Irina Leigh, production innovation architect at L&Q.
Leading UK living wall design, installation and maintenance company Biotecture is expanding its professional maintenance team.
It's interesting to explore whether sustainability has impacted the development industry since COP26 by taking a look at one building under construction by The English Cities Fund in Manchester: Eden, one of the most environmentally friendly office buildings in the UK.
PBC Today spoke with Matthew Linegar, head of product management at Stora Enso to discuss how the use of innovative, green building materials – such as cross laminated timber (CLT) and laminated veneer lumber (LVL) - are helping to reduce the environmental impact of construction.
Ashden says UK Energy Strategy inadequate and misses the ‘3 Rs’: rapid transition away from fossil fuels, more renewables and major retrofits.
Heat Pump Association (HPA) receives £30M investment in British heat pump manufacturing from the UK Energy Security Strategy.
Bristol-based construction firm Beard has completed new premises for The Park Centre in Knowle to house a number of community groups.
Anthony Maguire, director of Longevity Power, explores how the construction industry is utilising renewable energy to achieve a net zero carbon-built environment.
BAM Construction has been appointed by Quadrum to deliver a new net zero carbon office in Victoria, the UK's first design-reviewed 5.5 Star NABERS building.
A nature hide designed and built by post graduate students from Kingston School of Art using straw bales and SterlingOSB Zero supplied by West Fraser, will help neighbourhood schoolchildren connect with local wildlife.
West Fraser has announced a commitment to set science-based targets to achieve near-term GHG emissions reductions across all its operations located in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Europe.