The drive to deliver more environmentally efficient office schemes results in buildings that improve the well-being and productivity of their occupants and have a lower impact on their surroundings.
COVID-19, Brexit and booming demand are combining to drive up prices f or the essential materials the U.K.’s construction sector desperately needs
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
Women in Construction Week 2021: More Women Are Working in Construction—But Further Progress Is Needed
Women make up just over half of the U.K. population, but fewer than one-fifth work in construction. A week dedicated to highlighting women’s contribution to the sector aims to change long-held bias and outdated perceptions.
The U.K.’s housing shortage requires innovative approaches when it comes to using former industrial sites and small plots of disused land
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The AUS$3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf project will bring an integrated leisure and residential development to Brisbane. A massive undertaking, its construction is underpinned by information technologies, notably data-sharing.
Manufacturing homes in a factory can lead to quicker delivery times and bolster quality