The launch of Building 2012 signals the start of our coverage of the Olympic year and will run across all facets of the Building brand up until, and beyond, the London Olympic Games. We will be providing Olympic themed coverage every week in print, online and through social media.
We will be exploring progress made, covering milestone moments and analysing what’s still left to do in the lead up to the Games as well as considering and investigating post-Olympic legacy.
And we will be launching a search for the ultimate Building 2012 Hero in the next few weeks – so watch this space. To follow or comment on our campaign coverage on Twitter at #BLD2012
2012 Olympic news
Exclusive: Government scheme to bypass No Marketing Rights Protocol attracts 752 firms in first 10 days
Building 2012 campaign victory as the government announces £2m for new licence scheme for 2012 firms
Film from the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Olympic Delivery Authority already seen by 9,000 people
Despite the controversy over empty seats the Games venues are proving popular. And so too is the ArcelorMittal Orbit
Building 2012: Videos
2012 Olympic features
2012 Olympic analysis
The Olympic focus has now switched from London to Rio, which has the added pressure of hosting two other international sporting events before the 2016 games
It may have been a rocky road but London 2012 has given the world a taste of UK construction’s quality. Now it’s time to make good on the legacy the Games has left us with
What was the new retail phenomenon in 1970?
Here are six contenders, vote for the one that deserves the accolade - or nominate a project of your choice
In this photo montage we have five schemes, can you identify them?
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