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Understanding current business and built environment themes is essential for today's organisations and professionals.
Knowing where to start can be confusing, but this blog can provide a no nonsense awareness to what matters today.
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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Ever-changing regulations surrounding environmental policy require contractors to re-examine business practices on a regular basis. Unfortunately, contractors are left to interpret a great deal of industry regulations on their own. Among these confounding regulations are those concerning environmental protection. Guest … Continue reading
Sustainability in the Built Environment dominates Guardian Sustainable Business Award winners: At British Land – winner of the Guardian Sustainable Business built environment award: As the relationship with Camden council shows, British Land takes its corporate responsibility seriously and this is reflected in … Continue reading
Not to be confused with carbon offsetting. If we are serious about moving to low and zero carbon construction then this Mosslands conservation project looks like a good approach to capturing all those tricky CO2 emissions from your site or … Continue reading
So are we prepared yet for the tranistion to a low carbon economy in the built environment? Accouncements this week from the UK Government regarding targets for carbon reduction will affect all aspects of energy use, conservation and management. With … Continue reading
Last Wednesday evening (18th May) saw the Lancashire Construction Best Practice Programme (@lcbpc) meet at the recently opened, BREEAM Outstanding Brockholes Visitor Center (@visitBrockholes)for a programme of speakers on a sustainability in the built environment theme. Martin Brown, (@fairsnape) as chair of the club, welcomed delegates … Continue reading
This story in ENR would appear to have gone viral across US BIM blogs and twitter in the last 24hrs, but there lessons here for the UK as we read yesterday in Building that BIM will be mandatory on Government projects … Continue reading