The motor industry is booming, with showrooms continuing to be built. And with the customer experience at the heart of the schemes, substantial add-on features may be included
The demand for high quality healthcare facilities aiming to improve the quality of life of patients with serious illnesses is increasing
Shifting economic and social conditions mean developers are increasingly pursuing mixed use schemes but different use classes on a project can cause complications
Global economic volatility, the UK vote for Brexit and currency fluctuations have triggered big movements in the relative construction costs of world cities
Ciara Walker and David Rowlinson of Arcadis consider the challenges involved in designing and building railway stations in complex operational environments, and balancing stakeholders’ competing objectives
Typical design approaches minimise energy use and then offset to reach net zero – but how reliable is offsetting in reality?
The embodied carbon of a non-domestic development can be altered to a significant degree depending on the choice of materials used in its structural system
Sweett Group looks at the costs of achieving different ratings under the BREEAM 2014 certification for new offices