Ready ot not: Offsite construction is now mainstream in the UK
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Business Opportunities “Offsite construction methods are increasingly being used in all sectors of the UK, providing excellent business opportunities.” Off-Site Hub reports this as the view of Ian Pannell from Build Offsite, a company which has been advocating the intelligent use of offsite methods for almost 13 years. Ian argues that this view is increasingly […]

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Gardens of interwar estates could house thousands more – Intelligence Densification – RIBA J
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Is this Really Innovation? Eleanor Young writes that a one-bed wheeled home is being trialled on a housing estate in Bristol in an innovative bid to help solve the housing crisis. But is this really ‘innovation’ (see Britain’s Housing Crisis) Read more

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Drain Repairs London – Commercial – Speciliased Drainage Services | SDS
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Drain Repairs, Lining & Drain Surveys in London from £175 + VAT. Commercial, Residential & Industrial Drainage Services. Call Today 0800 037 1000

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Blockchain and construction: the opportunities and challenges – BIM+ CIOB
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New Research As BIM+ reports, the construction sector has struggled to embrace technological advancements in comparison with other industries. Lack of trust in other parties and traditional procurement approaches aggravate the inadequate levels of collaboration in construction. BIM processes and technologies have been contributing to address these challenges, but their adoption level remains slow globally. […]

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The future of work won’t be about college degrees, it will be about job skills – CNBC
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Skill Training Is More Useful According to the survey Freelancing in America 2018, released Wednesday, 93 percent of college-educated freelancers say their skill training is more useful in the work they are doing now than their college training. – click to read more

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Growing Underground – the next ‘Renewables’ – Revolutionary Subterranean Farms
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Effective Land Use Many crops are now being grown in greenhouses. Although this provides a controllable growth environment, greenhouses are heavy energy consumers. Vertical farms are a relatively recent adaptation of the traditional greenhouse and are suitable for use in cities, as their tall glass structures provide high crop yields on a small land area.

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