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The big deal - Building’s manifesto spells out what the industry wants from Brexit and what it should give in return
The government is promising 3 million apprentices by 2020 - But will they work for you?
The fixer - How Bruno Dupety put Vinci’s UK business back on track
Slow progress - A year after the fallout from Storm Desmond is funding for flood defences getting to where it’s needed most?
Make yourself heard - Join our campaign and have your say on building a better Brexit
New wave - A decade in the making, Herzog & de Meuron’s Hamburg concert hall opens it’s doors
Deal with it - New York prepares to do business with Trump
Change of tone? - What Phillip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement means for construction
Ready for the next level? BIM special: The latest digital technology in action at Warwick University: our annual survey reveals what the industry thinks of BIM
Out of reach? - We assess how far the UK’s infrastructure ambitions are from becoming reality
Queen of Spades? - Three months in, we assess what kind of deal Theresa May is offering construction
Tales of the riverbank - On site at the Mersey Gateway project’s giant cable-stayed bridge
Who’s on top in this year’s league… and how the big players are starting to position for Brexit
Going nowhere - As the schools crisis moves from primary to secondary, how can the UK deliver half a million more places?
The McAlpine succession - Their first-ever chief executive lasted just nine months. Who’s next?
London 2012 - the legacy. Four years after the games, Building assesses the Olympic effect
Talkin’ about regeneration - Former Argent partner Tony Giddings on King’s Cross, Brexit and what’s next for him
What now? - Brexit’s impact on construction
The outsider - What UK construction risks missing out on if we quit the EU
Laing O’Rourke behind the headlines - What’s really going on inside the UK’s most secretive contractor?
Qatar unmasked - Is the emirate making any progress on construction workers’ rights?
Unfinished business - Lord Heseltine on why, at 83, he’s back leading the government’s charge for regeneration
Never again - A decade after the Battersea tragedy, Building asks whether tower cranes are any safer
Zaha Hadid - The legacy of an icon
The rest is history - Make fuses modernity and the medieval in York’s Hiscox Building
A design for life - What sustainability means to today’s top young architects
Stay or go? - Building calls on construction to decide
Different class - Cullinan Studio’s prefab primary is a lesson in doing school design for less
The new contenders - Meet the small housebuilders punching about their weight
‘Why don’t we just jolly well build?’ - Lib Dem leader Tim Farron loses patience with the government on housing
Ice breakers - Contractors battle consultants in Building’s coolest ever Christmas challenge
Being Stephen Pycroft - The Mace executive chair talks reputation, rivalries and getting tough with suppliers
The UK’s top specialists - Which firms are profiting from the economic recovery - and how are they doing it?
The bigger picture – Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum extension makes an impression
Construction LA-style - Building takes a front-row seat as urban regeneration gets the big screen treatment
Also in this issue: CORBYN AND CONSTRUCTION | The Labour leader speaks to Building
What’s in a name? - Why we’re waving goodbye to the UK’s most historic construction brands
Going nowhere - Why developers are putting schemes on hold despite the rising market
Do you know who’s working for you? - What the government’s crackdown on illegal labour means for construction
Deal Breaker - What happens now the government has pulled funding for its flagship retrofit scheme?
Scorched earth: What does the government’s bonfire of construction policies mean for the industry?
Will the Davies Commission-backed £18bn Heathrow expansion actually happen?
Back in the frame: Former Overbury boss Steve Elliott on his plans to treble the size of interiors specialist BWI
The price is wrong - Why did QSs fail to predict the speed of construction cost rises?
Thinking big: Inside the Francis Crick Institute’s £435m biomedical research lab
What the new government means for the industry… and why its house needs £3bn of repairs
The stars of the show: Building Awards 2015 souvenir edition
BIM special issue: Ready for the next level?
Novel thinking: Wilkinson Eyre’s inspired renovation of Oxford’s Bodleian Library
Mind the gap: As Osborne unveils his final budget, how much has the coalition delivered on infrastructure?
Running low: How can construction find enough apprentices to fuel the recovery?
Election special: 75 days to go…
What goes up… Pay is soaring in this year’s consultants salary survey - but how long can it last?
Top European Contractors & Housebuilders 2015
Lift off: As the election countdown begins, Building launches its Agenda 15 manifesto for construction
Time’s almost up - so how much has this government really done for construction?
That deal up close: Aecom’s Steve Morriss on the firm’s £2.3bn mega merger with URS
The Specialists: Are these firms becoming construction’s most powerful force?
Ready for take off?: What recovery, political pressure and HS3 mean for construction in the north
Top 150 consultants: find out which firms are the stars of a rising market
A portrait of one of the industry’s biggest characters, 40 years after Steve Morgan founded Redrow
Construction’s young recruits on why they’re joining the industry and what they think of it
How the government’s austerity era programme is faring in a rising economy
Why are more and more government tenders facing legal action?
Dawn of the mega-contractor: What Balfour Beatty and Carillion’s merger talks mean for the industry
Two deals in four days that changed the industry
Is recovery changing the industry’s relationship with government?
Four big developers tell Building what they want from you
The real story behind Brazil’s troubled £7bn world cup build
It’s the final call to shape a manifesto for construction … so what have you come up with so far?
Land Securities Colette O’Shea on office design, recovery and the problem with architects
Meet the UK’s new top ten housebuilder
A special edition celebrating the companies, projects and people that triumphed at the Building Awards 2014
End of the line? Why Osborne’s tax clampdown could put a stop to cheap construction labour forces
There for the taking: Large pay rises are tempting consultants to switch jobs - but for how much longer?
High society - St George’s One Blackfriars tower makes its mark on the South Bank
Loud and clear - You’ve told us what you need to make Brexit work for construction
No wonder only 9% of UK engineers are women
Private view - ISG’s new boss Paul Cossell on the firm’s future now it’s out of shareholder’s hands
Rewind - Building plays back 12 months of mayhem
Off target - Why the government’s extra £1.4bn for affordable housing will still miss the mark
The best of the best - Building Awards 2016 souvenir edition
The view from over there - How UK construction looks to one of Europe’s fastest growing economies after the Brexit vote
Sink or swim - Can Mark Farmer’s hard-hitting review convince construction to modernise?
How scared should you be? - The effect a Trump victory could have on your business
The Contenders - Take a tour round the schemes up for the Building Awards 2016 Project of the Year
Turn of the screw — Are cracks appearing in construction after the Brexit vote? Building investigates
What’s all this then? - On site at the Metropolitan Police’s new home
Rio 2016 - Game on. But what will the last impact be on Brazil’s built environment?
Top 150 contractors and housebuilders: Who has scaled the heights of this year’s top 150 league?
A new angle on Europe - Renzo Piano’s cultural centre makes a splash in Athens
Rare beast - Is the role of the construction manager facing extinction?
A mixed bag - What will Sweett’s takeover mean for the firm and the market?
But is it art? - Inside Herzog & De Meuron’s long-awaited Tate Modern extension
Building backs Remain - #BuildingSaysIn
Above and beyond - How Brookfield Multiplex is suspending 15 floors of offices over City workers’ heads
London calling - How would the mayoral hopefuls tackle the capital’s built environment challenges?
Today just half of construction firms are using BIM. By Monday anyone wanting public sector work has to be
Who will fill the gap? - Construction is hiring just a third of the apprentices it needs to replace workers leaving the industry
Turning the tide - Does the UK stand a chance of preventing further catastrophic floods?
Service update - How TfL is branching out to become one of the capital’s biggest developers
Back to earth - Are consultants getting a grip on soaring salaries?
Fall out — What will the cost be to construction if the UK votes to leave Europe?
Turning the tide - Does the UK stand a chance of preventing further catastrophic floods?
Hot air - Have UK government U-turns on green construction made it harder to get an effective global climate deal?
The axeman cometh… - But how far has Osborne’s love of infrastructure protected construction?
Coming up - Guess which country will be the biggest construction economy in Europe (we just have to wait until 2025)
Check the forecast - Do recent numbers signal a storm brewing for construction?
Staying on track - Will the government’s new approach to infrastructure deliver?
To the wire - Will Chinese investment finally get UK nuclear new build going?
Top 150 consultants: Which firms have charted highest this year?
New term …but will this government invest enough in school buildings?
Outside the box: Thames Valley’s Geeta Nanda on how housing associations can thrive despite government pressure
New House Rules - Housing minister Brandon Lews on the government’s policy overhaul
Top 150 Contractors and Housebuilders
High stakes: What has Osborne got up his sleeve for the construction industry in the emergency budget?
Going underground - On site at Bond Street’s epic £320m station upgrade
A piece of the action - will regional devolution give construction a lift?
Housing isn’t working: Why the shortage of new homes is this government’s first crisis
Yes, prime minister? Construction lays down its requests for the new man in Number 10
Ready to rumble: Who will win the fight for construction’s vote?
Up and away: Ten years on from Wembley, how Brookfield Multiplex turned its reputation around
The numbers game: Kier’s Haydn Mursell on Mouchel, management changes and plans for growth
Reaching the Pinnacle: Peter Rogers gets his hands on London’s trickiest project
A new hope: Construction’s young sustainability talent on what the next government must do to save the planet
Is it any wonder architecture has a diversity problem?
Not as we know it: Up close at Sheppard Robson’s dramatic Bristol Life Sciences building
Of course I’m angry: Stef Stefanou on the doomed struggle to save John Doyle and why he would never return to construction
It’s behind you! The fantastic tale of the year the sector finally bid recession farewell
From the ground up: One World Trade Center is finished at last - but what about the rest of the site?
Lifting the lid: What impact is BIM really having on the industry?
Sky’s the limit: Why South-east Asia offers the next big opportunity for UK construction
Growing ambition: EC Harris’ UK boss Alan Brookes on how new group acquisition Hyder can help his firm expand
The sound barrier: How do you make a school under the Heathrow flight path quiet enough to teach in?
In the wake of the Ukraine crisis, is the £164bn construction market still worth the risk?
The new face at Wates: Andrew Davies on his first months in charge and his plans to double turnover
What would Scottish independence mean for the industry?
The new airports you might actually enjoy spending time in this summer
Top 150 Contractors and Housebuilders
How can the industry find the right staff to meet demand?
Twenty years on, has the Latham report changed construction?
They were the UK’s biggest contractors in 2008, but which of them came out of the recession on top?
London needs 52,000 new homes a year. Last year we built 17,000. Can we bridge the gap?
What has happened to the biggest name in UK construction?
What problems will faster payment to the supply chain spell for main contractors?
The BIM issue
Still waiting: three years after Japan’s tsunami can UK construction help kickstart the rebuild?
A modern classic: Ryder Architecture reinvents Manchester Central Library