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Will Alsop left behind some bizarre-looking buildings and a heap of brilliant anecdotes – but he also showed us how to put art into architecture. Who will take his place?
Architects risk losing the ability to influence if we don’t try harder to engage with the rest of industry and explain more convincingly the value of good design
Recent interventions by senior politicians into the sector highlight the pros and cons of engaging with our industry – it’s better when they don’t chase headlines
Want to work in a thriving economy with a confident leader and plenty of projects planned? Either travel back in time to 2000s London – or hop on the Eurostar today
The adoption of modern methods of construction offers an opportunity to expand the industry’s skills base and attract a wider range of young people
The fallout from Carillion’s collapse and the recent gender pay gap data underline the urgent need for our industry to change
Infrastructure is all about long-term value – or should be. But to make that a reality we must learn to work together. Will you sign up to Project 13 and help transform the sector?
Those who voted for Brexit have got what they wanted: fewer migrants coming to this country to work. So now who’s going to build our houses?
The housing crisis isn’t about land supply; it’s about affordability and quality. Let’s stop treating homes as assets and remember they’re places for people to live, says Ann Bentley
A threat to small companies’ survival, cash retentions are also symptomatic of a fundamental lack of trust and performance in our industry – they need to go
Ryanair is preparing its customers for a no-deal Brexit by inserting a special clause into its agreements. Does our industry need to be more proactive in recognising Brexit risk?
The new design taskforce of the National Infrastructure Commission will help us see the bigger picture – and create places for people
Public procurement has lost its way: PFI has not only left the public sector out of pocket but stripped it of the expertise needed to be an effective client
US start-up Katerra’s digitally-led, off-site housebuilding model holds the key to overhauling the UK’s inefficient construction sector to increase productivity
Construction has not had an auspicious start to 2018, and ongoing trends of government interference and uncertainty over Brexit don’t signal much sign of improvement
The European Investment Bank is an important source of finance for UK infrastructure, investing billions in the UK every year. So why would we want to leave it?
The smart elements of high-performing buildings are often not fully used when the scheme is occupied. How can occupiers and landlords get the best out of these features?
To fix the industry’s problems on inefficiency and building quality, we need better collaboration between builders, engineers and architects early in the process
It’s tempting to chafe at constraint, but had project bank accounts been compulsory then the fallout from Carillion’s collapse could have been far less damaging
The recent and tragic news about Carillion underscores how many principle contractors are operating on knife-edge margins, says Build UK’s Mark Castle
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