Infrastructure sector grows by 18.5% in January

The sector has remained relatively robust over the last two years with contract awards consistently above the £500 million threshold

Solar tech’s central role in zero carbon buildings

The Solar Trade Association is concerned by the exclusion of solar technologies from Committee on Climate Change’s new report on UK housing stock and its readiness for climate change

Deceuninck quadruples PVC recycling capacity to 45,000 tonnes per year

Deceuninck Group has announced it has put a new recycling facility into service at its recycling and compounding site in Diksmuide, Belgium

BSRIA staging wellbeing event in Manchester

The event will examine the issues around “happy and healthy staff"

Have your say in how the Guild and Institute of Architectural...

Call for architects and specifiers to take part in survey to shape the future of the architectural ironmongery industry

Effective SuDS implementation supported by new ICE and Wavin partnership

Ahead of the forthcoming Sewers for Adoption 8 guidance, anticipated to come into effect in mid-2019, ICE and Wavin are gathering water and sewerage companies, local authorities, designers and developers at a series of design sprints to seek creative solutions for SuDS implementation

Time is right to revive and reimagine the high street, says...

The high street is dying but not yet dead and can still be revived and reimagined, says the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) in response to a new report by a Committee of MPs

GGF President’s Reception announced

This year’s President’s Reception will take place on Tuesday, March 26 at St Bride Foundation in Blackfriars, London

Fire-resistant glazing training? Book now!

The first course is taking place on February 27 at the GGF Accredited Training Centre in Southwark, London

FIT for training

The Glass and Glazing Federation will be promoting its “Training the Industry” programme at tis year's FIT Show