Attitudes to health and safety, as well as fire regulations, have...

On the two-year anniversary of the fire at Grenfell Tower, the Association for Project Safety has released a statement

Study suggests one in four architects consider end users as the...

Despite 60% of UK architects saying the building and construction industry is not failing when it comes to passive fire protection, it is evident that all is not right with UK fire protection

Rooflight IGU specifications ‘falling’ short of the mark

Cornwall Glass has warned the complex nature of rooflight IGU specification means specifications are frequently not fit for purpose – with installers running the risk of liabilities for injury and accident

Construction industry launches Licensing Task Force

The scheme comes after statistics reveal that One third (32%) of homeowners are put off doing major home improvement works requiring a builder because they fear hiring a dodgy builder, meaning that the UK economy could be missing out on £10bn of construction activity per year

Bristol builders saddle-up with Brompton Bike Hire

Builders on one of Bristol’s biggest developments will be adding a green tick to their environmental credentials thanks to a partnership with Brompton Bike Hire

Construction earnings fall 5.5% in May

Weekly earnings for tradespeople in the construction sector decreased last month, according to latest figures released by Hudson Contract

Gender equality in construction will take almost 200 years, GMB research...

Figures revealed at GMB union’s annual Congress shows workforce won’t be equal until 2194

Stakeholders hear how AIMCH project will revolutionise how homes are built

The Advanced Industrialised Methods for the Construction of Homes (AIMCH) project, funded by Innovate UK, aims to transform how homes are built through industrialisation

Barking fire further questions use of timber construction

The major fire is a further example of why timber is not a suitable construction material, according to the British Association of Reinforcement

Office developers, designers and occupiers should think twice about air-conditioning

As summer arrives, the rising demand for air-conditioning in offices calls developers, designers and occupiers to examine the potential of heavyweight construction to reduce bills and carbon emissions