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    Sponsored feature on flood risk: Troubled waters


    As the UK prepares for the next wave of winter storms, there is growing awareness of the need to improve the resilience of properties to protect against devastating floods. Andrew Brister reports on the action plan devised by the recent Bonfield Review and looks at some of the emerging solutions ...

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    White Paper: Applying for ISO 9001 Accreditation


    Download advice on how to remove risks when applying for this respected standard

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    What workers want: Evidence-based design


    In the midst of a skills crisis and a pressured market, employers are looking ever more carefully at what makes their staff satisfied and productive. Enter the emergent field of wellness and evidence-based design. Following a recent Building webinar in association with Evidence Space, three industry professionals from varying backgrounds ...

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    Preserving history


    The team behind Heritage Building and Conservation are committed to preserving and protecting historic buildings for future generations

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    Wilsons Auctions hosts first one bidder takes all unreserved auction


    Over 28,000 kitchen, bathroom and electrical goods set to go to the highest bidder

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    Steel Insight 18


    Read the latest Steel Insight digital supplement

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    Comar gave this student hall façade form as well as function

    How Comar Systems were used in the development of the University of Birmingham’s new student accommodation

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    High Speed 2.0


    Move over, HS2. Dubai has plans to reduce the travel time from the emirate to neighbour Fujairah from two hours to just 10 minutes. And the Build Earth Live Hyperloop, a free 48-hour BIM competition created by Asite, is seeking the smartest minds and solutions for a new Hyperloop

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    A smart move


    Today’s retirees enjoy incomes higher than their 20-something counterparts and many are sitting on large family homes. No wonder investors have their eye on the UK’s retirement market

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    Steel Insight 17


    Read the latest Steel Insight digital supplement

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    Tell me how you feel


    Clients, architects and occupiers are increasingly focused on how a building makes its users feel. A recent webinar revealed current best practice and future trends in the emerging field of evidence-based design

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    Back to the future


    Clancy Consulting had to use all its creativity and attention to detail as engineering consultant for the award-winning British Motor Museum to create an innovative building worthy to house the UK’s greatest motor vehicles - including a particularly famous DeLorean

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    Steel Insight 16


    Read the latest Steel Insight digital supplement

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    What’s the hold up?


    Our roundtable of industry experts explores how those still dragging their heels can be persuaded to get on board with BIM


    Gathering evidence


    Building’s recent debate on evidence-based design identified post-occupancy evaluation as a crucial part of the process. Building looks at the issue in more detail

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    Show us the evidence


    What impact will evidence-based design have on the built environment profession? Building, in association with British Gypsum, assembled a panel of experts to debate the issue. Photography by Matt Leete

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    The Tech Files 1: A question of security

    The recent update to Part Q of the Building Regulations has key implications for specifying rooflights. So how do you make sure that rooflights comply with the new guidelines?

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    Terms of engagement


    From next year all centrally procured public projects will have to use BIM Level 2 and yet our industry still seems woefully unprepared. Building asked a panel of BIM enthusiasts how they would get construction more fully engaged to reap the technology’s benefits

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    Waste not, want not


    Companies that are choosing a single platform for organising and distributing documents are saving time and reducing hassle

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    Experts debate whether the UK is flood-ready


    Janet Street-Porter quizzes Environment Agency and industry representatives at lively Water Matters panel debate