Wednesday01 October 2014


John Deasy

Engineers do Stirling work too

1 Oct 14

The RIBA Stirling prize is the UK’s highest award for architects. But perhaps it’s time to acknowledge the other people who have a hand in making buildings work effectively

jeremy blackburn

Conservatives put housebuilding centre stage

1 Oct 14

There is much to like about the Conservatives’ push on housebuilding but it leaves renters out in the cold

Brian Berry

Tory conference: Lively but with little housing direction

30 Sep 14

Despite grassroots support the Conservative party, like Labour, doesn’t seem committed to the housebuilding push we need

Pete Baxter

Inspiring the next generation

30 Sep 14

Economic recovery can only be postive for construction, but it does mean we have to persuade graduates to choose our sector over all the others


How will we cope with accelerated change?

30 Sep 14

It’s a challenge for firms and individuals alike to keep up with the pace of change in this digital age, but one approach that can help is life-long learning


A better mix

29 Sep 14

We must work harder to recruit the top talent in construction, which means having a better variety in terms of age, ethnicity, background and sexuality

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Hansom: Dare to be different

26 Sep 14

Sit at home and watch Eastenders if you want - or go watch a melting house, take pictures of a major infrastructure project, design the new Guggenheim, or live in a zero-carbon house for a year. Up to you

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Better understanding BIM

5 Sep 14

The RICS chief executive writes on Frank McLeod’s most recent BIM blog

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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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