Consultants hit out at mismanagement and confusion after deadline for submission of bids for major framework put back
A 19th-century primary school in Dulwich came with the usual set of problems associated with old buildings. To solve them, Edward Cullinan Architects took a pragmatic and piecemeal approach
Only non-residential bucks the downward trend for the construction activity index, while employment and tender price indices also see dramatic dips
Building Information Modelling has been embraced with gusto by the construction industry - but do Technical, financial and legal worries now stand in the way of further take-up? Joey Gardiner reports on the growing scepticism about BIM
The latest league table from the NextGeneration Initiative reveals mixed results for housebuilders on their sustainability targets this year
Last month Sturgis Carbon Profiling published a study favouring the Constellation airport proposal as the solution to London’s airport capacity crisis and slamming the Estuary airport alternative. Here we present both sides of the debate in full
Witherford Watson Mann’s redesign of Astley Castle impressed and surprised everyone from client to the Stirling prize judging panel. But winning UK architecture’s top prize isn’t going to change how WWM works.
HOK and other UK-based consultants celebrate winning bid for multi-billion pound event