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Features

2015-07-29 12:00

The Passive House concept promises low-carbon living that doesn’t cost the Earth, and the way it is gaining ground around the world demonstrates that such claims are far from being so much hot air

2015-07-29 11:45

We look at how timber can be made more sustainable

2015-07-15 13:12

Danish delegation visit Lyng estate to gain insight into urban regeneration

2015-07-15 13:08

Could the altitude clause in BS5534 leave some contractors high and dry?

2015-07-15 12:46

Smaller assembly tools, such as nutrunners, pose just as great a health and safety risk as hammer tools when it comes to industrial noise and vibration, says Bill Harrison, Technical Manager

2015-07-01 12:56

Can the government meet its current housing pledge? We find out

2015-07-01 12:40

Anthony Albertini, partner at Clyde & Co discuses how firms can resolve construction disputes across Europe

2015-07-01 12:22

Andy Matthews, production director of the Fibercill division at National Hickman discusses the dangerous relationship between man and machine and why safety standards matter

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