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Shaun Doyle, of Ivorfire Safety outlines what firms need to do to meet their fire safety obligations
Andy Butchers, Director of Build-Zone Survey Services shares his insider knowledge to help you troubleshoot this key element of your building project.
Dr Hugh Datson, Principal Environmental Scientist, DustScan Ltd discusses the necessary steps to mitigate and manage dust on construction sites
The Comet Electric Combi boiler provides a complete solution for domestic properties in need of electric heating and hot water.
How can CDM Diﬀerently and the architectural process lead to a successful project outcome? Paul Bussey, Technical Consultant at Allford Hall Monaghan Morris and RIBA member, discusses what it means for architects
LEXiCON provides a world-first opportunity for the industry to share product data consistently, using a plain language dictionary developed by relevant industry bodies. PCSG’s Senior Consultant and Vice Chair of BIM4M2, Steve Thompson explains more
The aims of the BIM4Police Group, including the need for consistency, are explained by Javed Edahtally, Chair of BIM4Police and Head of BIM, Computer Modelling and Analysis at the Metropolitan Police Service.
Recent research suggests that local government needs to pass through six stages in their journey to smart city status, as John Fox, Managing Director of Lucy Zodion describes.
Since our Summer edition went live, the political landscape has changed beyond imagination. We voted for Brexit, and our political parties descended into chaos...
The growing national demand for inclusive, accessible housing shouldn’t be a niche issue, as argued by Jean Hewitt, Director of the Centre for Accessible Environments.
Global standards and classifications that allow more consistent international use of BIM models will lead to the better collection of data for both space and cost prediction as explained here by Alan Muse, Director of Built Environment Professional Groups at the RICS
Martin Penney, BIM Liaison for The Survey Association, Acting Chair for Survey4BIM Committee and Member of the UK BIM Alliance Transition Team, outlines how the organisations are working together for the development of BIM in the UK.
The issue of air quality has been rising in the news of late, and its impact on planning applications is a key factor as explained by Roger Barrowcliffe, Vice Chair, Institute of Air Quality Management.
The introduction of CDM15 last year saw significant changes to the health and safety landscape. Now one year on, Louise Hosking, Director at Hosking Associates Ltd outlines the challenges that remain.
Reflecting on the recent APPG inquiry into the quality and workmanship of new housing in England, Rico Wojtulewicz, Policy Advisor at the House Builders Association argues that more regulation won't solve the housing crisis
74 percent of housebuilders think the government’s aim of building a million homes during the current Parliament is unachievable. Gwyn Roberts, Homes and Communities Leader at BRE Global examines what can be done to make this target a reality
Smart infrastructure can offer exciting opportunities and transform our thinking, but there is an urgent need to incorporate it more quickly, as argued here by Nabil Abou-Rahme, Head of Smart Infrastructure at Mott MacDonald
Creating opportunities for affordable work and business space is achievable if done through sensitive urban renewal and place-making, as highlighted here by David Edwards, Director at Place-Make.
In addressing the continuing issue of a housing shortage, Richard Ogden, Chairman of Buildoffsite is still waiting for a modern, innovative approach to delivering the homes that the UK needs.
The use of full-fill cavity wall insulation in areas of very severe exposure to wind-driven rain requires a professional approach as explained by Knauf Insulation.
Batteries for domestic energy storage are becoming a reality, with SolaX Power leading the way in bringing them to every home.
How the NHS Estates are developing BIM, the NEC3 and IoT are all addressed in an interview with Karl Redmond, Director of both BIM4HEALTH and BIM4SME UK Groups.
Secured by Design is a national police project which aims to improve the physical security of a home.
Kilfrost is aiming to revolutionise the heating and cooling industry with its new range of heat transfer fluids.
Tekla Structures improves team collaboration and solves complex steelwork challenge for a spectacular new building at Durham University.
A ground source heat pump (GSHP) scheme can provide the most efficient means to obtain renewable heating and cooling as explained by John Findlay, Director of Carbon Zero Consulting Ltd and Chair of GSHPA.
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