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Skills base must be secured post Brexit

Jeremy Blackburn, head of policy at RICS comments on how leaving the EU will affect the Uk’s skilled workforce. “Hard or soft, we have been a nation gripped by confusion as to what Brexit actually means, and that uncertainty has... View Article

Ground breaking moment at Commercial Quarter Site

Work on an iconic building, which symbolises Ashford’s enterprising approach towards economic development and growth, has begun. Adjacent to Ashford International Station and opposite the impressive new £26m Ashford College campus that will welcome its first intake of students this... View Article

Virtual reality continues from where imagination ends

In the construction industry, technology benefits both designers and homebuyers. YIT customers in Slovakia can now use virtual reality (VR) to take a closer look at their future homes. Virtual reality (VR) is suddenly a hot topic everywhere. VR refers... View Article

Tidal lagoon to trigger major urban regeneration

The tidal power lagoon in Swansea Bay will trigger major placemaking benefits. It will be a catalyst for city growth and urban regeneration of the Swansea Bay City region, following publication of the independent government review that recommends the go-ahead.... View Article

From concept to completion

Brexit has pushed the UK Government into new and uncharted territory, causing political and economic instability, and until Article 50 is triggered the housebuilding sector may stay in limbo. On the other hand, a record half a million homes in... View Article

Step and IHEEM healthcare portfolio plans for 2017

Hospital Innovations 25 & 26 April 2017, London. Taking place over two days at London’s Olympia, 25 & 26 April, the event promises to give visitors and delegates a unique experience. The Organisers are working with some of the countries... View Article

Revolutionary agile work space created for Network Rail

Some 900 Network Rail staff have moved in to new agile offices that will revolutionise the way they work and could help improve railway journeys throughout the country. The bespoke office fit-out by architects Weston Williamson + Partners and Overbury... View Article

Open source tool will help drive emission reduction ​

A new research project seeks to develop a tool to identify and reduce carbon in the construction supply chain. The project is a collaboration between the University of Edinburgh Business School and Costain Group and is funded by the Construction... View Article

New industrial sector project to pursue BREEAM and WELL

In a move that supports the future harmonisation of building standards in sustainability and well-being, developers Baytree Logistics Properties LLP (‘Baytree’) will deliver a major new industrial sector project in the UK that embraces environmental sustainability and human health and... View Article

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff to change name to WSP

The change of name reflects the consultancy’s recent growth to around 36,700 people globally with 7,100 based in the UK. The new name will cover more than 85 small and mid-sized to large companies that have previously come together. This... View Article

Timber panels supplied to major new health centre

One of the UK’s leading panel manufacturers Panel Systems, has supplied timber faced insulated panels to the new £15m Eastwood Health centre in Glasgow. The panel manufacturer supplied over 140m2 of Aluminium insulated panels, which were clad with Siberian Larch... View Article
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