News analysis

New homes being built at a garden village

It takes a village

11 January 2017| By David Blackman

The government’s recent commitment to back 14 new garden villages sounds like a lovely idea, providing 48,000 much-needed homes in stand-alone communities

Hinkley

2017: The mists of time to come…

3 January 2017| By Joey Gardiner

New York

How is New York dealing with Trump?

9 December 2016| By Iain Withers

Tour of a building site

Autumn Statement: Hit and miss

30 November 2016| By David Blackman

Donald Trump

Waiting on the White House

23 November 2016| By Joey Gardiner

Features

53W53

The sky’s the limit

20 January 2017| By Iain Withers

New York is home to some of the most pioneering modern engineering feats - a 7,000-ton hovering stadium roof, impossibly skinny skyscrapers and a mammoth flood defence system disguised as a park

Economic Construction Market Review - December 2016

Market review: A bumpy ride

4 January 2017| By Michael Dall

Wavin's AquaCell used at Barton Park, Oxford

Sponsored feature on flood risk: Troubled waters

20 December 2016| By Andrew Brister

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2016 untangled - part two

19 December 2016| By Building editorial team

Interviews

Paul Cossell

Paul Cossell: Above and beyond

13 January 2017

Paul Cossell took charge of ISG last year as the fit-out, construction and engineering firm transferred into private hands, a move which has enabled him to explore areas outside the core business

Ben Derbyshire

Ben Derbyshire: ‘Change is necessary’

9 September 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

David Hurcomb

Interview: NG Bailey's David Hurcomb

25 August 2016| By Dave Rogers

Richard Saxon

Interview: Richard Saxon

4 August 2016| By Francis Ho

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