A group of experts dissect what the re-introduction of the ABCC means for the construction industry and its workers.
Construction slumps to its lowest level since 2010, and the US Fed remains divided on its next interest rate hike.
A scenario analysis of the construction industry in 2036 paints an interesting picture for workers.
Bacteria can produce their own 'buildings' so scientists are genetically engineering them to build ours.
In response to disasters like Superstorm Sandy, engineers are developing new building codes and tools to calculate the value of upgrades. National policy should encourage builders to use these tools.
A drop in migration from the EU would ease demand for housing, but also reduce the availability of those legendary Polish house builders, who will be hard to replace with local labour.
Brexit worries have shaken the professional end of the sector, but Britain's troubles have run far deeper for far longer.
Reinforced concrete is everywhere. But unlike plain concrete, which can last for centuries, reinforced concrete can deteriorate in decades as the reinforcing bars succumb to rust.
We need to move away from thinking about the skyscraper as an “icon”. Instead, we should be asking how the tall building – which will always “stand out” – can also “fit in” to cities.
Voters will hear a lot about productivity in the lead up to the budget. The key thing to remember is that it's a very rubbery concept, enormously tricky to measure and highly politicised.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said that two-thirds of all industrial disputes in Australia are in construction, and that construction industrial disputes are up since the ABCC closed. Is that right?
Research shows if you involve construction workers in safety videos they're likely to improve safety for everyone.
The industrial construction sector will have to cut costs and focus on smaller projects due to a slowdown in mining construction.
The housing crisis has scuppered home ownership dreams for many across the UK, but there is another way to do things.
Here's how scientists are seeking to turn the building blocks of life into the building blocks of ... well, buildings.
It's a dangerous job and sometimes things don't go to plan.
Stark new additions to our urban landscape are usually met with moaning – but it rarely lasts.
With high prices and long waiting lists for existing houses, building your own home could make more sense.
Tiny nanoparticles emitted during building work can enter your lungs and bloodstream.
A disappointing end for one of the UK's flagship environmental schemes.