How developer Pocket plans to make London living affordable
Ahead of the spending review later this month, Building looks at the prospects for investment in construction
Can green certification schemes around the world ever be consolidated to avoid all the confusion?
Architect 5plus breathes new life into Trafford Town Hall
McCarthy & Stone works in the retirement home market but its land planning director is anything but retiring
Foster + Partners’ new airport in Jordan uses a mix of in-situ and precast concrete techniques to create a mesmerising pattern of shallow domes, curving beams and tapering columns
Building’s latest White Paper suggests that public and private sector clients are as frustrated as the rest of the industry with government eco policy
Many UK professionals are looking abroad to sell their skills. Building consults Hays’ International Salary Survey 2013 to pick out promising destinations
Glenn Howells tells Building why we need to abandon our fifties sense of order and totally rethink how we use the built environment
Future tenants of the City’s major office buildings are increasingly likely to hail from the Far East - and their requirements may come as a bit of a surprise
Many of the people allegedly involved in the blacklisting scandal still work in construction. Should we be worried?
The development director for Sainsbury’s on why there’s still a future in building big supermarkets
There may be hints of a modest recovery for construction, but is it prepared for the risks that brings?
Manhattan Loft Corporation’s chief executive on transforming the East End and keeping overseas buyers at bay
With regional government debt spiralling into trillions of pounds, there are growing fears that China’s rise might not be quite so irresistible after all
Tesco’s £804m writedown signals a big change for the formerly flourishing supermarket sector. Can the emerging convenience store boom make up for the loss of the out-of-town giant? Adam Branson investigates
Is the government about to ditch PF2 before it’s even been tested?
Mount Anvil’s chairman reveals how the housebuilder beat the recession
Rowecord Engineering has gone under, taking at least 430 jobs with it. But what is the cost to the wider industry, when it loses the expertise offered by specialist firms?
This year’s Building/Hays Construction consultants’ salary survey shows there are at last a few signs of an economic thaw
Andy Rose has built his reputation by raising private finance for public projects. But is that going to help him deliver 170,000 affordable homes in the next three years?
After the May Gurney saga, what now for Costain? Building looks at the company’s options
The man in charge of capital works at the Education Funding Agency has his finger on the ‘go’ button
There are opportunities for UK firms as countries that underwent revolution in the Arab Spring look to rebuild
Argent’s managing partner David Partridge on King’s Cross Central and the next £1bn of construction contracts
Councils are exploring ways to stop companies involved in blacklisting from winning work with them
The latest in our series of CPD modules focuses on the types of steel lintel that can be used over doors and windows and the most important considerations for specifiers. This module is sponsored by Catnic
Lakesmere’s work on difficult projects such as Heathrow’s Terminal 2 impressed the judges
The spectacular roof of the Western Concourse of King’s Cross station soared above the impressive competition, in this diverse category
Biggest doesn’t always mean best, but in the case of Renzo Piano’s Shard, the building’s scale, technical wizardry, speedy delivery and stunning design mean it towers over the opposition