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  • Brick laying
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    Letter: Skills crisis a growing problem

    2015-10-09T07:00:00Z

    The global director of Built Environment Professional Groups at RICS writes

  • Is the government doing enough to prevent future floods in the UK?
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    Online poll: Flood prevention

    2015-10-02T14:56:00Z

    Is the government doing enough to prevent future floods in the UK? Vote here

  • fergus
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    Class of 2014: Fergus Ellis

    2015-08-21T06:00:00Z

    Fergus Ellis, development assistant, Land Development Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A It’s flown by. I thought I’d have things mastered by now but I’ve realised how much there is to learn. Every day is always interesting and I ...

  • jamie
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    Class of 2014: Jamie McGovern

    2015-08-20T11:33:00Z

    Jamie McGovern, assistant quantity surveyor, Gleeds Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A Absolutely! By joining the industry at the top of the market I feel like I’ve really seen it at its best – in terms of projects, clients and social ...

  • abigail
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    Class of 2014: Abigail Watts-Cherry

    2015-08-20T11:33:00Z

    Abigail Watts-Cherry, architectural assistant, Hawkins\Brown Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A I can’t remember what my expectations were but I’ve definitely learnt a lot more than I ever expected to in just a year; and I’ve been involved in so many ...

  • sophie
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    Class of 2014: Sophie Miller

    2015-08-20T11:33:00Z

    Sophie Miller, graduate trainee, Redrow Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A I’ve found the industry extremely varied and at the same time a lot more challenging than what I thought it would be. Q Have you achieved what you said you ...

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    Class of 2014: Euan Beaddie

    2015-08-20T11:33:00Z

    Euan Beaddie, trainee building manager, Willmott Dixon Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A This last year has far exceeded my expectations as I have been given opportunities and have had experiences that I did not imagine would happen to me this ...

  • jack
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    Class of 2014: Jack Carrol

    2015-08-20T11:33:00Z

    Jack Carroll, graduate structural engineer, Atkins Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A My first year has definitely lived up to expectations. It has been fast paced, challenging and ultimately rewarding to see my designs become a physical reality. I’ve really enjoyed ...

  • emma
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    Class of 2014: Emma Taylor

    2015-08-20T11:32:00Z

    Emma Taylor, architectural assistant, Assael Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A Yes it has and more. I managed to be far more involved with projects than expected and worked on a few large planning applications. Q Have you achieved what you ...

  • maria
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    Class of 2014: Marija Ambrasaite

    2015-08-20T11:32:00Z

    Marija Ambrasaite, architectural assistant, Aedas RHWL Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A My year in construction has certainly lived up to my expectations. From the very beginning I received much more responsibility than I expected and, although at first it seemed ...

  • emma
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    Class of 2014: Emma-Kate Ryan

    2015-08-20T11:32:00Z

    Emma-Kate Ryan, graduate quantity surveyor, Faithful+Gould Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A It has definitely exceeded my expectations in many ways. My start in the industry coincided with a move to London so I am very happy now, living and working ...

  • sam
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    Class of 2014: Sam McGuire

    2015-08-20T11:32:00Z

    Sam McGuire, assistant cost manager, Turner Townsend Q Has the year since you started in construction lived up to expectations? A Most definitely, every day has a new challenge and I am enjoying getting involved and overcoming technical issues we face daily. It has been an enjoyable ...

  • Scottish flag
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    Letter: Room for improvement in Scots' planning

    2015-07-31T07:00:00Z

    The managing director of the Scottish Building Federation writes to us on planning

  • Heat sensitive house picture
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    Letter: Imagine no such thing as ‘zero carbon’

    2015-07-31T07:00:00Z

    A consultant writes to us about the government scrapping zero carbon targets for homes

  • Insulation
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    Letter: Green Deal was always flawed

    2015-07-31T07:00:00Z

    The CEO of CIPHE writes to us about the ened of the Green Deal

  • July Steel Insight cover
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    Steel Insight 13

    2015-07-23T12:27:00Z

    Read the latest Steel Insight digital supplement

  • Houses
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    Letter: Is tax the solution on zero carbon homes?

    2015-07-22T15:00:00Z

    Rory Bergin of HTA writes on how to make progress on zero carbon home targets

  • sydney opera house
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    Sketch of the week: Sydney Opera House

    2015-07-17T06:00:00Z

    This week’s #buildingdoodle sketch is by John Gouldsmith, architect at Probyn Miers.

  • useful
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    Letter: Apprenticeships are priority in Scotland

    2015-07-10T07:00:00Z

    The managing director of the Scottish Building Federation writes to us about their latest survey

  • At the Bridge Learning Campus in Bristol, architect Wilkinson Eyre specified Marley Eternit’s Equitone fibre cement façade system, for which there is an environmental product declaration
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    CPD 10 2015: Introduction to Environmental Product Declarations

    The latest in our CPD series introduces Environmental Product Declarations. This module is sponsored by Marley Eternit