Here, you’ll find all the latest on how the construction sector is embracing sustainable technologies and contributing to the wider green agenda.
Engineers from Brunel University London aim to create an eco-friendly cement mix using recycled construction waste.
The construction sector set its sights firmly on the future at this year’s NBS summit, with sustainability, safety, and innovation dominating discussion.
Laing O’Rourke has launched global sustainability targets which include a commitment to decarbonise its operations by 2030 and to achieve equal numbers of men and women among its 5,500 staff.
The UK BIM Alliance has announced a formal affiliation with the Landscape Institute, the chartered body for the landscape profession.
Construction work is underway on a number of modular classroom blocks at three secondary schools across Essex.
In a UK first, Kier has trialled a carbon-saving flywheel technology similar to that used in Formula 1 which could reduce the energy required to power a static crane.
Construction Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan will deliver a keynote speech on how regulation and political change will influence future policy at next week’s Construction Leaders’ Summit – ‘Building for the Future’. …
Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) has announced the appointment of Turner & Townsend director Andy Outram as its new chairperson.
As part of their role, the ambassadors will champion the development of the Net Zero Whole Life Carbon Roadmap for the UK Built Environment.