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From the archive: 2013 — In a hotel far, far away


As we look at the progress of space tourism, the archive revealed what lunar holiday resorts could look like – don’t expect any Jacuzzis or all-inclusive cocktails


From the archive: 2018 - A fresh look at the Big Apple


The UK version of New York’s High Line has a lot to live up to, as shown by an interview about the famous regeneration project

Archive 19 July 2019

From the archive: 2008 - Tech travel


After talking technology this week, Building has dug up a digital time capusle from the archives

Archive 12 July 2019projects Humanitas Apartments for Life

From the archive: 2013 - A new way to get old


Building recalls a care home in the Netherlands described as a “septuagenarian Willy Wonka-esque dream”.


From the archive: 2017 - A match made in Canada


As we interview Atkins president Philip Hoare, we cast our minds back to when the consultancy was bought up by SNC-Lavalin


From the archive: 2008 - A firm hand


“Robots could soon take charge of business decisions,” proclaimed Building in 2008


From the archive: 2007 - A strong reaction


The recent TV series dramatising the Chernobyl disaster is said to have increased the number of tourists


From the archive: 1999 - Steely resolve


In 1999 steelworkers had the chance to fight for their rights on the highest of high-profile projects


From the archive: 2015 - Stuck on the ground


Political uncertainty over infrastructure policy isn’t a new thing


From the archive: 2003 - A lot of hot air

2019-05-31T15:06:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

A huge range of opinions have been voiced about Battersea Power Station’s redevelopment


From the archive: 1999 - Raising the Portcullis

2019-05-24T15:22:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

Decisions about how to refurbish the Palace of Westminster, one of the world’s most famous buildings, were never going to be easy


From the archive: 2006 - Lines of duty

2019-05-15T10:56:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

Cartels, corruption, construction – a trio we never like to see in the same sentence


From the archive: 2011 - Always check your work

2019-05-13T16:43:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

As we mark the opening of the new Royal Papworth hospital this week, spare a thought for healthcare construction professionals of 2011


From the archive: 2005 - And you think YOU’VE got project delays…

2019-05-03T05:00:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

It’s not easy to build a castle, but some seem to have even more than the usual trouble…

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From the archive: 2003 - Tom Daley in the deep end

2019-04-26T05:00:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

Building is reminded of an interview we once did with a certain young person whose career would surely have belly-flopped without the backing of this sector


From the archive: 2003 - stuck in traffic

2019-04-08T13:31:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

This week’s introduction of the ultra-low emission zone reminds us of the congestion charge debate in 2003


From the archive: 2016 - the bold and the beautiful

2019-04-05T05:00:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

Can you remember a time when we didn’t know what Brexit was? Arguably, we still don’t


From the archive: 2015 - Brexit - what Brexit?

2019-03-29T06:00:00+00:00By Deborah Duke

Can you remember a time when we didn’t know what Brexit was? Arguably, we still don’t


From the archive: 2008 - Interserve boss bullish

2019-03-21T11:37:00+00:00By Deborah Duke

Embattled Interserve once had some serious bragging rights – but perhaps more caution would have come in handy

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From the archive: 2008 - When in India...

2019-03-15T06:00:00+00:00By Deborah Duke

Are you inspired by this week’s exploration of the construction market in India? Here, Building offers advice

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