Sunday20 April 2014


Tony Williams

No pot of gold for construction in the Rainbow Nation

17 Apr 14

A sluggish economy along with corruption, mismanagement and price fixing means South Africa’s construction industry is struggling

Vern Pitt

Health and safety regulatory changes: A dangerous cocktail

17 Apr 14

Recent deaths highlight importance of keeping the industry’s safety standards strong

Peter Hansford

Construction 2025: Leading from within

17 Apr 14

Positive steps are being taken towards the government’s Construction 2025 goals but there is still a huge amount to do if we are to cut carbon, find better processes of working and inspire new talent. Progress on BIM and payments is just the start

Nick Cullen

Can Germany return to the path of green energy?

17 Apr 14

The country’s response to Fukushima has seen a huge expansion in carbon-heavy energy generation

Andrew Warren

Heaven forbid ECO should be revived

17 Apr 14

Changes to the consultation on cuts to the Energy Company Obligation betray the precarious future for the government’s energy efficiency scheme

David Cash

Cultural coalescence in Christchurch

16 Apr 14

In a corner of this remarkable rebuilding project, communities are coming together to design a new park

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hansom for i pad

Hansom: The place to be

17 Apr 14

BAM’s building sites take their place in high society, Dubai regains its appetite for the grandiose, Glasgow shelves plans for a five-tower demolition extravaganza - oh, and there’s surfing on Snowdonia

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Nick Raynsford

Housing record is no cause for celebration

28 Mar 14

The Labour MP and Building columnist responds to Andrew Stunnell’s latest column in a letter to the editor

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My digital life

Richard Piggott

My digital life … Richard Piggott

21 Feb 14

The Szerelmey business development manager on Pinterest, a useful app for tube strikes and watching Homeland on his iPad in bed

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