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US scientists develop bricks that grow and regenerate.
London six-storey office block to be built using CLT.
Housing market shows a post-election lift.
RIBA reveals impact of Brexit uncertainty on construction.
Samsung creates life-like human beings who can 'sympathise'.
Residents campaign to save '70s college building.
Engineering giants WSP and Aecom rumoured for merger.
Alarm sounded over works to Neave Brown Camden estate.
Open call made to design experimental installation at RIBA HQ.
Plans submitted for new West Smithfield cultural destination.
ECA responds to mandatory electrical checks in private rented sector.
Nominations open for ICE Awards 2020.
Government pilot scheme restores 54 historic places of worship.
Computer model gives insights into complex-building fire risks.
CIOB conservation conference gearing up for April.
John Laing picture vault opens to the public.
New commercial property guidance improves surveyors' H&S reporting.
No pedestrian and cyclist deaths in Oslo last year.
How ISO 19650 can fit into Construction 4.0.
APM and OU to launch online project management course.
RIBA publishes 'Retrofitting for Flood Resilience' guide.
Q4 2019 tender price inflation shows 0.25% rise.
Hyundai and Uber unveil design for flying taxi.
Government announces new Town of the Year competition.
'BIM for Heritage' published by Historic England.
BIG and Toyota unveil design for city of the future.
World-first all-timber stadium gets the green light.
DfT issues technical advice on traffic lights and crossings.
Five new London skyscrapers for 2020.
Can construction cope with an infrastructure spending boost?
York council pushes for mandatory solar panels on new homes.
New members sought for ICE Council - apply now.
New tool uses machine learning to aid city planning.
New anti-anxiety service launched for CIOB members.
IBM battery uses materials extracted from seawater.
Overhaul of tenancy agreements to end pet bans.
Council probes illegal demolition of Deptford pub.
Cooling Prize opens for young geotechnical professionals.
Manufacturer fire-tests cladding panels to prove safety.
Studio creates 'designer' solar panel collection.
Government pledges funding to crack down on criminal landlords.
14 firms win framework places on government contracts.
Contractor manages to sign a new deal every day of 2019.
Low interest rates give rise to £5m+ mortgages.
Energy users save £1 billion on bills in 2019.
12 iconic buildings that may be completed in 2020.
Zero-carbon energy outstrips fossil fuels in Britain across 2019.
William and Kate offer a prize to 'repair the Earth'.
Modernist works by Hepworth and others gifted to the nation.
Property sector presses PM for a Minister for Renting.
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Hagia Sophia, Istanbul.
New Dwelling House at Grange View.
The causes of sinkholes.
The growth of megacities.
The restoration of Big Ben
Improving fire-safety design with computer modelling.
Sound insulation testing.
Making commercial property more efficient.
SF6 is at the heart of the electrical industry.
Caring for graves and memorials at 23,000 locations.
A return to historical forms and local identities. Book review.
Black water recycling.
Opening the door to all.
The 1960s Lava lamp.
How engineers can embed the principles in their work.
Convergence and IoT in commercial buildings.
How they occur and how to best manage them.
Notre Dame, a conservation perspective.
Excellence in architectural technology.
The story of Meccano.
Cutting VAT can unleash green housing revolution.
A complicated building lacking a unifying discipline. Book review.
Facilities close to centres of population but out of reach of enemy bombers.
How long it takes to get approval.
Listing of Sainsbury's Camden Town supermarket.
The part of the building with the potential to cause the most problems.
Far-from-shore wind farms
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