Bechtel is opening a new office in Manchester as part of a regional growth plan. The new office located in Piccadilly Place is the company’s 38th office worldwide and will support work in the infrastructure and nuclear sectors across the North of England.
Sherwin-Williams coatings were chosen for the fire protection of steelwork at Tottenham Hotspur’s new showpiece stadium where up to 62,000 fans will be seated for the club’s home games.
Biosite Systems, a leader in biometric access control and workforce management solutions for the construction industry, has partnered with Costain Skanska Joint Venture (CSJV) to deliver a competency management system that has led to 0% non-conformances reported at audit.
One of the best approaches for extending the life cycle of roads and curtailing excess future expenses is to increase the thickness of asphalt on some roads.
If walls could talk, they would probably tell that reducing pollution and energy costs may be as simple as giving them a fresh coat of lighter-colored and more reflective paint.
Planting more vegetation, using reflective materials on hard surfaces and installing green roofs on buildings can help cool potentially deadly urban heat islands -- a phenomenon that exists in nearly all large cities -- a new study from Portland State University shows.
Minster, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, won Circular Economy Project of the Year for its work to reduce waste and for its commitment to recycling.
North West based groundworks specialist, MD Earthworks has completed works designing and installing the groundworks at Shell’s battery storage project, in Bacton, Norfolk.
ACOUSTIBuilt™ Seamless Acoustical Ceilings, recently introduced by Armstrong Ceiling Solutions, is a novel ceiling system that offers the look of drywall yet performs similar to an acoustical ceiling.
South Australia's Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) has approved Carboncor, an environmentally friendly cold asphalt premix, for use on roads in the State.
Newcastle University and Northumbria University have been mutually awarded £8 million from Research England’s Expanding Excellence in England fund to set up the first research Hub in the world for Biotechnology in the Built Environment (HBBE).
A generator is often a vital part of construction project operations, providing outdoor, emergency power or continuous back up. Renting is an attractive prospect for short term projects, where users are looking to minimize costs and reduce stress.
In addition to greenhouse emissions, the final energy consumption in buildings also continues to increase. As a result, it is essential to seek solutions to construct and rehabilitate buildings by making them more efficient.
Coinciding with the National Environment Week, Built Green Canada has announced its sixth annual challenge to municipalities throughout the country to summon municipalities to promote green building, to spread awareness of the significance of sustainable building methods, and to point out those builders leading the way.
NUS has been designated as the top contributing institution in the world for study on green building projects (GBPs) in a bibliometric review reported in the esteemed journal Building & Environment, receiving worldwide recognition for its wide-ranging studies in the domain.