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Cross-laminated timber is fast establishing itself as a quicker, greener alternative to concrete or steel structural frames. With the market growing threefold in the past two years, is it time to consider it a genuine rival to the big two?
Salvage operation continues after devatstating fire at Glasgow’s Mac
Transport infrastructure projects feature heavily among the winners of this year’s ICE London Engineering Awards. Thomas Lane reports on the ambitious engineering and sheer inventiveness of the developments that aim to make life easier for Londoners
- BIM: The inside story three years on
- Creating the Design Museum's new home
- On the waterfront: Royal Docks green design competition
- Ecobuild 2014: Adapt to achieve
- It pays to go zero carbon
- Cladding for the private rental sector
- Center Parcs: The place beyond the pines
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