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Dutch requirements for GPP in Infrastructure

RWS aims to use green public procurement to challenge and encourage contractors and suppliers to provide added value through the delivery of sustainable working practices, green materials, energy efficiency and reduced carbon emissions. Read more…

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UK-GBC's Embodied Carbon Week 2014 - Report

UK-GBC's Embodied Carbon Week 2014 - Report

A report summarising Embodied Carbon Week 2014 key findings and next steps following the week of events. The purpose of Embodied Carbon Week was... Read more…

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Innovation: Stepping up the Industry

Innovation: Stepping up the Industry

Business as usual will not drive our industry forward and as we step back to look at our shortfalls, we must step up to the innovation challenge. Read more…

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Building Better Buildings Hull

Building Better Buildings Hull

The event, in collaboration with Innovate UK and a number of leading industry partners, promises to demystify the Performance Gap and highlight the latest learning from a number of domestic and non-domestic Building Perfomance Evaluation (BPE) projects. Read more…

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Leadership & Management courses for the Built Environment

Measurement & reporting tools, Standards, Training courses

Skills4Stem Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM)
Knowing-Doing-Being framework
The Knowing-Doing-Being framework takes into account all aspects of good leadership and management and how it works in practice. Read more…

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Ickburgh School: CLT superstructure

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A specialist school for 150 pupils aged between 2-19 years with profound and multiple learning difficulties opened in September 2014 in the London Borough of Hackney. Read more…

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