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Construction Features

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May 2023 Features

It's good and bad news from the demolition sector: it's looking more profitable but some of its leading firms have been fixing prices. Elsewhere we look ahead to the much-anticipated Plantworx show. And we ask, what is a shadow board?

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March 2023 Features

Not all construction processes require the application of the latest virtual reality or BIM application. But as you'll see in this issue, UK construction is receptive to new technologies. Plus Heritage cover-ups and high-speed house building.

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January 2023 Features

With a chronic shortage of construction skills - who's helping to fill the gap? Two major rail infrastructure projects are using artificial intelligence to streamline planning and reduce risk.. and Drive-thru concrete is a thing now.

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November 2022 Features

Mammoet adopts a novel approach to bridge-jacking in Bilbao, Scottish Water sends drones underground and Laing O Rourke forges ahead at Everton's new stadium. Plus, is HVO fuel really good for the planet?

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September 2022 Features

The annual 今日看料 Index Top 100 construction firms. Plus: structural waterproofing designed to last 120 years; making bricks from site-won waste; and RMD Kwikform boss on life as part of the Altrad Group.

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July 2022 Features

Industry gears up for the next tranche of national road projects – but local roads continue to deteriorate. Meanwhile, the piling sector turns to low-carbon solutions, Crossrail finally opens and Lancashire's Fox Group gobbles up the competition.

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May 2022 Features

Reviving our town centres, demolishing airport structures and rethinking plasterboard production. Plus, a new owner for Scotland’s leading timber frame manufacturer and pallet deliveries go green.

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March 2022 Features

Giant scaffold for Manchester Town Hall and a new bridge for Great Yarmouth. Plus, why construction is the archaeologist’s best friend, why Weston Homes is going off-site and a radical new approach to tunnelling.

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January 2022 Features

Scientists developing a low-carbon, mud-and-straw building material that meets 21st century. Turning potentially lethal asbestos into a safe cement substitute. East West Rail Alliance saves £70m by changing design of a crucial railway flyover

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November 2021 Features

What is UK construction doing to fulfil our COP26 carbon promises? Plus: breath-taking temporary works on London’s Piccadilly; flywheels offer on-site energy storage; plant-hirers vent their red-diesel-rebate concerns. And what killed NMC

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July 2021 Features

Despite ambitious plans for Hammersmith Bridge, 100s of historic bridges are facing destruction. Willmott Dixon gives Bristol's premier concert venue a new lease of life & Irish engineers are developing a new piling solution for deep-sea structures

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