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Amazon Property has committed a £250m real estate fund to invest in joint venture opportunities in the logistics, managed office solution, PBSA, Life Sciences, and retirement sectors.
I-Construct launches its free Enterprise Readiness events programme to help spark entrepreneurship and innovation in the construction sector.
Construction of Derby's new Infinity Park research centre is now underway, which will boost industry capabilities in decarbonisation technologies and generate 94 construction jobs over one year.
The ID Manchester has announced the completion of the £1.5 billion project JV between The University of Manchester and Bruntwood SciTech.
Futurebuild has called out to its exhibitors to enter the Big Innovation Pitch, to celebrate the products and services that are solving the challenges that are facing the built environment and the drive towards a net-zero future.
Offsite construction specialist Merit Health has been appointed by Piramal to deliver their new £30m Antibody Drug Conjugate manufacturing facility expansion project in Grangemouth.
Peel NRE has announced planning proposals for a new science innovation and research centre, sustainable energy park, and medicinal cannabis facility on Cooil Road, Braddan, Isle of Man.
18 suppliers have been appointed to the £100m Social Housing Emerging Disruptors (SHED) framework launched by Procurement for Housing.
Unique steel structure, designed by engineering consultants Buro Happold and covering the European Spallation Source (ESS) facility, is the new home to the future of neutron science.
Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) have signed the Sustainable Growth Agreement to advocate for a sustainable future for the built environment, supporting innovation and inclusive growth.
Oakley Industrial Services has received £174k in government tax relief after perfecting a method for fixing underground stormwater tanks.
A new Digital Capabilities Framework from the Construction Innovation Hub aims to support and nurture the digital capabilities of early career professionals across built environment disciplines. Henry Fenby-Taylor, information management delivery lead, explains.
Plans to create a new state-of-the-art £36m eye hospital in Sunderland have been given the go-ahead by Sunderland City Council.
Oxford University Development has launched an international design competition to find a masterplan team for its £1bn Innovation District.
Legal & General, alongside Oxford University and Wates, announced that construction has commenced on the ‘Life and Mind Building’, as part of a £4bn partnership.
Winners have been announced for the 2021 COINS Grand Challenge, a global competition organised by Construction Industry Solutions (COINS), which aims to drive innovation across the construction industry.
The European project Build-in-Wood aims to make timber the natural choice of material for multi-storey buildings.
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.
Researchers at the University of Bath are exploring whether the natural properties of bacteria could develop a new type of environmentally friendly plasterboard.
Scientists at The University of Manchester have developed a concrete-like material made of space dust and the blood, sweat and tears of astronauts.
Researchers at the University of Strathclyde, Cardiff University, the University of Naples Federico II and engineering company BAM Ritchies, are exploring the role of fungi in helping to prevent landslips.
National Highways will trial the use of graphene along three miles of the A1’s northbound carriageway between Newton on the Moor and West Cawledge, Northumberland.
Galliford Try has secured funding from the Department of Transport for research into the electrification of the road network.
The new programme sees BAM Nuttall and AE Aerospace, working with 5PRING, to set a series of challenges for innovative start-ups and SMEs to solve using 5G.
A new partnership between United Utilities and Changemaker 3D Ltd has moved forward the possibilities of concrete printing technology in a way that will ultimately benefit construction.
Laing O’Rourke has secured a grant from the UK’s Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF) to decarbonise manufactured concrete components used in construction.