The UK chief executive of EC Harris on parent company Arcadis’ acquisition of Hyder, and the firm’s own growth ambitions
With recruitment and retention once again critical issues for the industry, here’s how this year’s top 50 employers are luring and keeping hold of key staff
Mental health issues can be difficult to detect in the workplace - which means they can also be easy to ignore. But as this year’s guide shows, the best employers are those that are ready and able to heed the warning signs
Ahead of the official opening of the National Theatre, Building met its architect Denys Lasdun
This week’s #buildingdoodle sketch is by Paul Holden, director at Peak Architects.
Firefighters battle against the flames at Didcot B power station
The Lyons Review sets out a routemap to the construction of 200,000 homes a year, so what do private housebuilders and affordable housing landlords make of it?
There’s an upbeat mood in this year’s Top 150 consultants survey with strong growth and jobs being created. It’s now just a matter of finding the staff to keep it going
Is zero carbon a lost cause? A roundtable discussion of sustainable construction experts set up by Building investigates if mounting industry fears are justified
This week’s sketch is by Bryan Avery, principal of Avery Associates Architects.
Building’s report from 10 years ago on ‘QS mania’
The great and the good of UK construction took to the stage at The Vaults in London
Scunthorpe steelworks, which is set to be sold by owner Tata Steel
Building’s full Top 150 Consultants 2014 survey is out tomorrow, but we’re releasing the results showing the top 50 engineers online today
The amount of consumer information for home buyers is pitiful, but now a pilot project will test what better home performance labelling might look like in practice
Building’s full Top 150 Consultants 2014 survey is out tomorrow, but we’re releasing the results showing the top 50 architects online today
The latest module in our CPD series considers the importance of consistent, accurate data in the BIM process, and the key role played by manufacturers in providing it. This module is sponsored by British Gypsum
Is implementing green policies a must for the future, or an unnecessary cost in an industry just back from the brink of recession? Four corners of the sector have their say
This week’s #buildingdoodle sketch is by Philip Watson at Atkins.
It’s been 15 years since the Millennium Wheel was hoisted upright on London’s South Bank
Nick Clegg explains his policy on garden cities to the Lib Dem party conference
The new boss of Aggregate Industries is working overtime to ensure a recovering market has all the materials it needs and to improve the firm’s relationship with the supply chain
Radiant panels can be used as an alternative to traditional convectors to heat and cool buildings. This module, sponsored by Zehnder, examines their benefits, design considerations and most common applications
In 2010, Building profiled the prospective stadium designs of Qatar’s 2022 world cup bid
Steve Morgan left Redrow in 2000 but returned five years ago to save the housebuilder he founded, now it’s posting record results
Boris Johnson wows the Conservative party conference using piece of building material
Construction’s recovery was always going to bring higher wages and the upward pressure on salaries is almost countrywide
This CPD module, sponsored by Schneider Electric, shows how the British and European standard BS EN 15232 can help building designers and managers to get the most out of integrated, automated control systems
The Ukraine crisis has brought uncertainty to what should be a flourishing Russian market, but there are still good reasons for doing business there
Concrete is comprised of aggregate of different sizes, cement and water. This module, sponsored by Waterproof Concrete with Site Supervision, examines the benefits of reducing water content in concrete