An innovative green lease between landlord M&G Real Estate and tenant Skanska helps cut energy use at Woking office by 45%
How an innovative green lease improved the energy performance of a 1980s office block
Tall structures are transforming London’s skyline, but at what cost to the buildings below them?
Addenbrooke’s Hospital’s future-proofed car park in Cambridge
Designers can make savings when specifying air conditioning, by managing heat gains at source
An engineered approach to fire design is the solution to creating safe open-plan areas
Smoke-control systems can help designers prevent overheating in residential corridors
Tougher EU regulations are a challenge when it comes to sourcing low-cost smoke ventilation
Experts question government commitment to green building
Education conference hears how buildings could be used as teaching aids
Improved tariffs and inclusion of district heating boost scheme’s popularity.
Enter your projects now for the industry’s most important building awards
Chris Grainger on mapping London’s secondary heat sources
The timetable for the next raft of Building Regulations by Hywel Davies
Why a simple approach – with modest aims – is often far better, and more affordable, in the retrofit sector
This module considers the planning of variable refrigerant volume/flow systems to accommodate future changes in building use
July 2014 New optimised edition featuring video and interactivity (works across multiple digital platforms)
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