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Richard Prime has been appointed as the new managing director of major projects at BAM Nuttall.
Digitisation has freed modular from outdated preconceptions of prefabricated construction and offers an opportunity to deliver attractive, good quality housebuilding that meets design codes, regulations and environmental regulations, says Chris Hartiss RIBA, design director at Modulous.
Tackling the housing crisis requires innovation and the willingness to do things differently.
Digital Construction Week (DCW), Europe’s leading innovation and technology event for the built environment, has officially launched its free-to-attend speaker programme.
Construction needs to make itself more attractive to new entrants, and flexible working has a leading role to play, according to The Access Group.
Modular construction and MMC are not only helping to achieve sustainable, efficient and attractive design in housing; they are leading the way, writes Jo Cowen, CEO of Jo Cowen Architects.
The UK must embark upon a comprehensive retrofit programme of its existing housing stock if it is to achieve net zero carbon by 2050, says Simon Storer, chief executive of Insulation Manufacturers Association.
René Morkos, CEO and founder of ALICE Technologies, discusses how AI and technology are rewriting the rules for the delivery of critical infrastructure.
Clash Automation enables project stakeholders to access the full benefits of BIM. Revizto 5 enables real-time collaboration across platforms and teams.
Jackie Maginnis at the Modular & Portable Building Association (MPBA) has been involved in construction-related businesses for over 37 years and has been its chief executive since 2005 – how has the perception of modular and portable buildings in the UK changed since then?
ICW Group, one of the UK’s leading providers of building warranties and building control services, strives to be the partner of choice, offering a fresh approach to the market with high levels of customer service.
Rene Morkos, CEO of ALICE Technologies and an adjunct professor at Stanford University, argues that Artificial Intelligence can contribute to the transformation of the nation's infrastructure here and now.
Leveraging solutions from the Nemetschek Group, BIM and 3D modelling have become go-to technologies for one of Hungary's oldest architects.
The built environment will be crucial in achieving the transition to net zero – but businesses need a blueprint for the way forward and better incentives to undertake the necessary investments, argues Steve McGregor of DMA Group.
One of the largest urban development projects in Europe relies on precast construction for efficient and sustainable building – ALLPLAN software enabled efficient precast detailing processes.
The commuters and shoppers are returning from their Covid-enforced isolation and the redeveloped Glasgow Queen Street station is there to welcome them.
Elecosoft launches collaboration cloud for improved project management.
Peter Hibberd of the Joint Contracts Tribunal examines the prospects for inflation and how construction firms can guard against a rise.
Ben Griffiths, safety, health, environmental and ops director of Rye Group, argues that the demolition industry needs to do more to safeguard the environment beyond carbon offsetting.
As we slowly start to emerge from Covid-19 to a "new normal", the way people view their working habits is changing. Rory Doak of Stora Enso argues there is now an important opportunity to rethink the office environment.
Ian Streets, managing director of About Access, looks at the clamour for culture and the need to embrace inclusivity.
The Construction Innovation Hub’s focus on innovation is central to the delivery of the Transforming Infrastructure Performance Roadmap to 2030 against a backdrop of an ever-increasing digitalised and technologically advanced built environment, writes impact director David Philp.
An insulating breather membrane specifically designed for roofs will come into its own this autumn and winter, as it will help stave off the effects of the weather as temperatures plummet.
Sips Eco is the UK’s premier award-winning Structural Insulated Panel manufacturer, designing and manufacturing highly energy efficient homes across the UK and Europe.
How can greenhouse gas emissions from the built environment be neutralised in order to meet the UK’s net zero ambitions?
Cementaid Everdure CALTITE System Hydrophobic and Pore‐blocking Ingredient (HPI) for membrane‐free, truly waterproof structural concrete.