Bybanen D13 Haukeland Holdeplass is the very first underground station at the light rail system in Bergen, Norway. It has achieved a BREEAM Infrastructure Very Good Construction Assessment.
CEEQUAL (now known as BREEAM Infrastructure) sustainability assessment for new bridge being built over the Fyris river, an extension of the Kungsängs esplanade.
Award winning network of bridges & tunnels, Nordøyvegen K5 Skjeltene – Harøya in Norway relies on CEEQUAL
Fv. 659 Nordøyvegen in Norway is a mainland link that connects the Nordøyene north of the city of Ålesund to the mainland via sea embankments, underwater tunnels and bridges won the prestigious Norwegian Civil Engineering Award 2022.
The Glasgow Airport Investment Area (GAIA) project creates the connections and sustainable infrastructure of Scotland’s manufacturing innovation district.
VolkerStevin constructs a new jetty at Thanckes Oil Fuel Depot to provide fuelling facilities for the Royal Navy at Devonport Naval Base.
The A77 Maybole Bypass reduces journey times on the A77 by diverting traffic away from the High Street of the Town of Maybole in South Ayrshire.
Are you a manufacturer, trade association, architect, specifier or builder? Have you heard all the fuss about EPD? What exactly are EPD? What can they do for you? Quite simply: An EPD (environmental product declaration) is a document which may be used in different countries to quantifiably demonstrate the environmental performance of a product. They … Continue reading “What are EPD? What can they do for you?”
Wednesday 26th October saw the launch of BRE’s new resource hub for the smart construction professional – SiteSmart. This centralised hub unites our current software tools, SmartWaste and Yellow Jacket, in addition to providing a platform for relevant construction industry resources and information; ensuring the provision of enhanced performance across the industry. To get a … Continue reading “Introducing SiteSmart – The Smart Information and Data Hub”
2016 was supposed to be the year that zero carbon happened, but it didn’t quite pan out as hoped says Gwyn Roberts.
At a time where data has the power to make or break organisations within the construction industry, having the right tools for managing various aspects of your projects, sites or organisation as a whole – is paramount. Audits have shown that nearly 90% of spreadsheets with over 150 rows include errors; with there being a 1 in … Continue reading “Construction & Excel – An average formula”