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Architects' react angrily to Brexit

24 June 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Staffing and workloads likely to be hit, say practices

Construction stuck in last century, Lipton warns

23 June 2016| By Louise Dransfield


Ridge lands US motorsports complex

23 June 2016| By Louise Dransfield

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EU Referendum


Housebuilder shares crash more than 20% after Brexit vote

24 June 2016| By Louise Dransfield

Developers, contractors and housebuilders all see share prices plumment


Brexit: What happens next?

24 June 2016| By Sarah Richardson

Dave Rogers

A reluctant Remainer

20 June 2016| By Dave Rogers

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Brexit sparks fears over HS2

24 June 2016| By Yoosof Farah

Michael Dall

Why we need experts in the Brexit debate

23 June 2016| By Michael Dall

EU Referendum

Brexit: Live reaction and analysis

24 June 2016| By Building live news team

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The construction manager: Last chance to see?

24 June 2016| By David Blackman

Since its heyday in the 1990s, the construction manager has declined in numbers, due to the loss of its natural habitat of rising inflation and wealthy clients. Building assesses whether time has run out for the once-common role or whether it’s about to bounce back

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Hansom: Rule, Britannia

24 June 2016| By Hansom


Back to the future

24 June 2016| By Tim Clark

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Editor's view


EU referendum: Get ready for the day after

23 June 2016| By Sarah Richardson

Whatever the result of the EU referendum, we cannot afford to opt out on diversity

Community opinion

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UK economy: Steadying the ship

24 June 2016| By Richard Steer

Michael Dall

Why we need experts in the Brexit debate

23 June 2016| By Michael Dall

Michael Ryley

UK employment law: Which rules apply?

23 June 2016| By Michael Ryley

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Offices of the future: Where now for Don Draper?

22 June 2016| By Ike Ijeh

The office has come a long way since the days of Mad Men, but what could it look like in 10 or 20 years’ time? Well, hot-desking, wellbeing measures and remote working will all flourish. But alas, there’ll be no return of the drinks cabinet

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RSHP’s BREEAM ‘excellent’-rated office at The Leadenhall Building, London

Sustainability: BREEAM

21 June 2016| By Azita Dezfouli

BREEAM certification is becoming an increasingly used standard requirement on city buildings. But does it pay?

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