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Construction Matters... and so do you

Through collaboration and a unified voice, UK construction can make itself heard like never before, shout about its positive impact on our society, and educate the wider population on its importance.

Forming part of a wider campaign that harnesses the power of social media and national press to champion our industry, the UK Construction Week blog – Construction Matters – aims to provide an invaluable platform for both industry stakeholders and innovative brands to address the key themes and topics facing UK construction today.

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building-multi-purpose-homes-what-does-the-future-look-like With safety, sustainability and aesthetics at the forefront of any modern build, architects and builders are adapting to meet the needs and desires of homeowners, as they strive to design homes which serve a range of diverse purposes simultaneously. But where exactly is the industry heading? Tiles...

Can your building be hacked?

17/07/2017, 09:38 | By: Chris Grundy | #Innovation
can-your-building-be-hacked “Design, install, forget”. That was the traditional approach to the built environment. Ahead of his talk at Smart Buildings 2017, Chris Grundy, Director at Cundall, explains why smart buildings require a new approach, with a greater emphasis on system integrity as the result of evolving cyber...
comfort-convenience-and-sustainability-how-our-housing-needs-are-changing As housing prices continue to spiral out of reach for many would-be homeowners, and Britain’s housing supply deficit surpasses 1.2 million properties, the housing crisis faced by the construction industry is one that commands serious attention. Though many might blame the current crisis on a lack of...

A tragic reminder that safety is paramount

03/07/2017, 09:45 | By: Nathan Garnett | #Skills
a-tragic-reminder-that-safety-is-paramount In light of recent tragic events, UK Construction Week’s Nathan Garnett explains why the industry must act swiftly to decipher the latest guidance and advice, why we must deliver facts and not speculation, and why there can be nothing more important than the safety of a building's occupants, no matter...