Australia is currently facing a severe housing crisis—is prefab construction the solution?
Let’s celebrate best practices and material innovation promoting sustainability in construction
Making the industry more environmentally sustainable requires the transition from the linear approach to construction to a more circular model that offers additional advantages in overall cost, materials pricing and supply security
Cities across the globe have experienced urban blight, where districts that have seen a significant downturn in fortunes are abandoned, with residential and business properties left vacant. Responding to this change in fortunes is becoming an industry in itself.
The Nordic country is already a leader in environmentally responsive building; now it wants to make its construction industry the cleanest on earth. Can it be done?
Southeast Asia is at risk of extreme weather events due to climate change. A partnership between Australia, South Korea, Japan and Singapore will leverage Australia’s wind and solar capacity through the construction of two major renewable energy projects.
Inspired by the environmental advantages of wood construction, the European city recently passed groundbreaking legislation mandating that all new buildings constructed after 2025 consist of at least 20% wood or other biobased material
The property developer and builder aims to achieve net-zero emissions by 2025 and absolute zero by 2040. Here’s what its head of sustainability says other firms can do to reach aggressive targets
To determine how to lessen the climate impact in the short and long term, researchers in Sweden took a comprehensive look at a highway project and its associated supply chains
Stadium design concept by Urbis Brisbane, Queensland, was chosen as the host city of the 2032 Olympics, an undertaking that promises a raft of new construction in the decade ahead. Brisbane will be the smallest city by population to host the Olympics since 1952, but its new and existing venues will rival the largest hosts.…
The UK government wants net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. But can the country’s construction industry – which currently produces a whopping 40% of those emissions – overhaul the way it works to help achieve this?
Here’s a look at how Studio Projects in Bluebeam helped promote environmental sustainability in the AEC industry last year
One company is aiming to use its innovative 3D printing technology to change residential construction as we know it
With the world’s population set to top 9 billion by 2050 and increasing pressure on global resources, urban design will inevitably steer toward sustainable outcomes as never before