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One year on from the EU referendum, nobody knows how a post-Brexit world will look
Who in Theresa May’s reshuffled team will have an effect on construction?
Deal creates £7bn turnover US and European consultancy powerhouse
The changing nature of manufacturing and enterprise means we need to unlock many sites in our cities, integrating industrial estates with surrounding neighbourhoods
At a cost of £700m, nearly three times the initial estimate, questions are being raised about the price tag of the former Olympic stadium
Has the LLDC managed to adhere to the legacy promises that won the UK the Olympic bid in the first place?
Health service spending on building maintenance and repairs faces a £4.3bn backlog. But there is good news for the construction industry
A planned interchange between HS2 and Crossrail has made an unassuming spot of west London a candidate for the largest regeneration scheme in the UK
With Sweett’s purchase by WSP PB making it the latest venerable UK consultant to be snapped up by a bigger foreign firm, Building considers how such takeover deals - and the spin-off firms that often result - are changing the market
After 15 years the Serpentine has added four summer houses to its series of single pavilions. Is it enough to revive an ageing format? Ike Ijeh is in no doubt
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