Archive 12 July 2019projects Humanitas Apartments for Life

From the archive: 2013 - A new way to get old


Building recalls a care home in the Netherlands described as a “septuagenarian Willy Wonka-esque dream”.


From the archive: 2017 - A match made in Canada


As we interview Atkins president Philip Hoare, we cast our minds back to when the consultancy was bought up by SNC-Lavalin


From the archive: 2008 - A firm hand


“Robots could soon take charge of business decisions,” proclaimed Building in 2008


From the archive: 2007 - A strong reaction


The recent TV series dramatising the Chernobyl disaster is said to have increased the number of tourists


From the archive: 1999 - Steely resolve


In 1999 steelworkers had the chance to fight for their rights on the highest of high-profile projects


From the archive: 2015 - Stuck on the ground


Political uncertainty over infrastructure policy isn’t a new thing


From the archive: 2003 - A lot of hot air

2019-05-31T15:06:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

A huge range of opinions have been voiced about Battersea Power Station’s redevelopment


From the archive: 1999 - Raising the Portcullis

2019-05-24T15:22:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

Decisions about how to refurbish the Palace of Westminster, one of the world’s most famous buildings, were never going to be easy


From the archive: 2006 - Lines of duty

2019-05-15T10:56:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

Cartels, corruption, construction – a trio we never like to see in the same sentence


From the archive: 2011 - Always check your work

2019-05-13T16:43:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

As we mark the opening of the new Royal Papworth hospital this week, spare a thought for healthcare construction professionals of 2011


From the archive: 2005 - And you think YOU’VE got project delays…

2019-05-03T05:00:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

It’s not easy to build a castle, but some seem to have even more than the usual trouble…

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From the archive: 2003 - Tom Daley in the deep end

2019-04-26T05:00:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

Building is reminded of an interview we once did with a certain young person whose career would surely have belly-flopped without the backing of this sector


From the archive: 2003 - stuck in traffic

2019-04-08T13:31:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

This week’s introduction of the ultra-low emission zone reminds us of the congestion charge debate in 2003


From the archive: 2016 - the bold and the beautiful

2019-04-05T05:00:00+01:00By Deborah Duke

Can you remember a time when we didn’t know what Brexit was? Arguably, we still don’t


From the archive: 2015 - Brexit - what Brexit?

2019-03-29T06:00:00+00:00By Deborah Duke

Can you remember a time when we didn’t know what Brexit was? Arguably, we still don’t


From the archive: 2008 - Interserve boss bullish

2019-03-21T11:37:00+00:00By Deborah Duke

Embattled Interserve once had some serious bragging rights – but perhaps more caution would have come in handy

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From the archive: 2008 - When in India...

2019-03-15T06:00:00+00:00By Deborah Duke

Are you inspired by this week’s exploration of the construction market in India? Here, Building offers advice


From the archive: 2001 - Déjà vu

2019-03-07T06:00:00+00:00By Deborah Duke

Though Brexit is not quite yet a fait accompli, this week we look at the annual Mipim property event with a certain nostalgia


From the archive: 2015 - Wood if we could


While this week we look at the scourge of plastic waste produced by the construction industry, in 2015 we found out why another key material was surprisingly difficult to recycle


From the archive: 2008 - All aboard


Never mind the benefits promised by Crossrail when it’s finally finished, in 2008 Ken Livingstone came up with an idea that could really have transformed Londoners’ lives for the better

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