Building digital Editions
Tune in to BIM FM: A new wavelength for facilities management
Nautical but nice: The museum relaunching the Mary Rose
Learning curves: Liverpool Central Library’s imaginative refurbishment
Defeated: Where does the May Gurney saga leave Andrew Wyllie and Costain?
Has Birmingham’s New Street Station finally made it into the 21st century?
Inside the box: It’s cheap. It’s flexible. It’s ready to roll out. But is this the solution to the school building crisis?
Moving in: How developers are finally unlocking the planning system
Cash strapped: Why contractors are struggling to keep money in the bank
Green lights: Building’s pick of the UK’s most sustainable projects
Free at last: But what will the unlocking of the marketing ban mean for Olympics firms?
Out of the shadow of the Shard: The Place makes its mark on London Bridge
Green for Growth - Our campaign to put sustainable construction back on the government’s agenda
In 20 years time India will have four times as many buildings as now. But what will be the environmental cost?
WARNING Government green policy will damage the UK’s health: How lack of leadership on climate change is harming clients’ investment
Stonehenge Visitor Centre: £38m to plan it, £27m to build it. But can you see it?
On the factory floor: Can Derwent London make its budget office appeal to tennants?
Royal flush: Argent’s David Partridge on the £1bn of work coming up at King’s Cross Central
The masterplan: Aecom’s Jason Prior talks Olympics, Davis Langdon and international ambition
See the big picture: Building reviews the schemes shortlisted as our projects of the year 2013
‘This would cost the government nothing’: Building puts the case for a green economy to the chancellor
50 green stars: Meet 2013’s bright young things of sustainability
Reinvention or another twist? Top contractors and the pressure to change
Greg Barker: The minister behind the Green Deal squares up to his critics
Where do you fit in? Sizing up Europe’s top 150 contractors
The 2012 review: The highs, the lows and the upheaval inbetween