From the archive: 2007 — They are the champions


Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium has made it into this year’s Building Project of the Year shortlist, but it’s not the first football ground to feature


From the archive: 1999 — The right education


Young quantity surveyors faced opportunities two decades ago that would make many graduates today jealous.


From the archive: 2011 — Hell to pay


In 2011, Building reported on SMEs’ battles to gain credit – it might strike a chord with businesses facing slowing investment in this week’s piece on financing

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From the archive: 2016 — Let the games begin


As the venues being constructed for the Tokyo 2020 near completion, we look back on the problems that hit the Rio Olympiad in 2016

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From the archive: 2013 — In a hotel far, far away


As we look at the progress of space tourism, the archive revealed what lunar holiday resorts could look like – don’t expect any Jacuzzis or all-inclusive cocktails


From the archive: 2018 - A fresh look at the Big Apple


The UK version of New York’s High Line has a lot to live up to, as shown by an interview about the famous regeneration project

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From the archive: 2008 - Tech travel


After talking technology this week, Building has dug up a digital time capusle from the archives

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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

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