Responsible for the projects section which covers architecture and technical. This includes regulations, sustainability, innovation and best practice. Thomas also looks after the economics section of the magazine.
Follow Tom on Twitter @tlanebuilding
- Tel: 020 7560 4176
- E-mail: email@example.com
The grade II-listed Great Arthur House in the City of London urgently needed a new facade that stopped its leaks and improved its thermal performance, but double glazing was too heavy for its structure
Building’s former architectural editor was one of the magazine’s longest serving staff members
Fourth time lucky for Allford Hall Monaghan Morris with surprise winner Burntwood School
- Political drama
- The rise of cross-laminated timber
- Glasgow's Mackintosh building damage 'considerably less than we dreaded'
- ICE London Engineering Awards winners: Capital schemes
- BIM: The inside story three years on
- Creating the Design Museum's new home
- On the waterfront: Royal Docks green design competition
Allowing housebuilders off the hook of having to find green energy to power homes appliances looks like a gift to the industry. But is it?
This is the only government initiative targetting the energy efficiency of existing homes but it should be seen as just the start…
BRE’s Victorian Terrace Retrofit project showcases very sensible innovations that will cut carbon in existing housing stock
- Foster opens up a bright spot in Kazakhstan
- Timber frame insurance controversy: Building responds
- A good day for gloom-mongers
- In with the old
- The government's greenprint
- Playing by the regs
- Welcome to Building's expert economists