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Elections 2016: What results mean for construction

6 May 2016| By Iain Withers

Khan set to take London, while SNP and Labour struggle to wins in Scotland and Wales

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Chicago cable car idea to boost tourism

6 May 2016| By Dave Rogers

state of play

Output hit as referendum looms

6 May 2016| By Yoosof Farah

Westminster

Consultants' £2.9bn framework delayed yet again

5 May 2016| By Louise Dransfield

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Analysis

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Lands of hope and glory

3 May 2016| By Iain Withers

More and more independent UK consultants are carving out thriving businesses for themselves in foreign lands. So what are the benefits and pitfalls of working abroad - and what’s the secret to competing with larger corporate rivals?

M62 motorway

Planes, trains and automobiles

27 April 2016| By David Blackman

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Market review: Holding steady

26 April 2016| By Michael Dall

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Editor's view

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London mayoral election: Knitting together

5 May 2016| By Sarah Richardson

The new mayor of London faces huge challenges, as far as the built environment is concerned

Community opinion

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FIDIC forms: Engineering anxiety

6 May 2016| By Hamish Lal

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DAB decisions: Pay now, argue later

5 May 2016| By Louise Elmes, Jelena Tosic

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BIM for the masses

5 May 2016| By Richard Steer

Colin Harding

Is an integrated EU an oxymoron?

5 May 2016| By Colin Harding

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Projects

At 284m the Westonbirt Treetop Walkway is the longest in the UK

Treetop walkway: A walk on the wild side

4 May 2016| By Ike Ijeh

Glenn Howells’ treetop walkway snakes its way through the forest at Westonbirt Arboretum in the Cotswolds, using form, structure and materials to lift visitors to a heightened communion with nature

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Data

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Tracker: March 2016

6 May 2016| By Experian Economics

The construction activity index returned to growth following successive decreases in January and February, but the repair and maintenance index had a poor month with a 13-point fall

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