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In 2015 the Modern Slavery Act become law. The Act consolidated and clarified existing legislation on slavery and human trafficking whilst increasing the maximum penalty for such offences.


Flood resilient building under construction
Richard Wilks

Building for flood resilience

November 24, 2016 | Posted by

Richard Wilks explains the high levels of legislation and planning that goes into CCS' latest, high flood risk projects on the bank of the River Thames. 


3D model by Colour Urban Design Ltd

With BIM mandatory for all Government funded construction projects, Richard Wilks explains the impact and benefits of Building Information Modelling.


Building monitoring exercise in Guildford

With the recent announcement that the zero carbon initiative has been dropped, how do we guarantee energy performance for new homes?


Charcon paving

After having published  Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) for a range of precast concrete products, Paul McCaffrey reflects  on how, why and so what?


Cooling towers

A study on the effects of thermal mass and climate change.


House in construction

The future of masonry construction.


Aggregate Industries stand at Ecobuild

We look back at another successful year at Ecobuild and the lessons from the event. 


Aggregate Industries stand at Ecobuild

With Ecobuild well under way, our seminar previews go live giving an insight into the discussions ahead. 


Aggregate Industries stand at Ecobuild

After much preparation and anticipation Ecobuild got off to a great start on the Aggregate Industries stand.


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