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This has got disaster written all over it
We don’t know what’s worse - the scrappy paint job or the terrifyingly flimsy “scaffolding” these contractors are balancing on. Thanks to Jas Benning for this snap of this “domestic house in Essex”.
By Yoosof Farah
Balfour Beatty launches safety investigation after incident earlier this month
William Burkitt of Stiles Harold Williams Partnership sent this picture of a man who has obviously decided that one ladder is not enough
“Not only is the plank precariously balanced but there is also a significant fall as the windmill is perched above a rocky outcrop,” notes Clive Woodford, who took this photo while on holiday in Crete.
By Jayson Crosley
Occupiers now want better, more flexible and sustainable facilities but inevitably this comes at a price, says Jayson Crosley, director at Turner & Townsend alinea
By Richard Steer
Once touted as the answer to all our productivity woes, MMC increasingly looks like it may have been just another wacky idea with little chance of success in these uncertain times, writes Richard Steer
By Ghislaine Halpenny
Responsible, considerate and thoughtful development should be profitable, both financially and in the way it delivers meaningful benefits for the community, says Ghislaine Halpenny of Regal London
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