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22 January 2019Sam Sholli
The Greater London Authority (GLA) has cast doubt on the proposed Tulip tower in London, claiming that its height breaches regulations set out by the mayor’s office.
25 January 2019Sam Sholli
Time and money could be saved on construction of Heathrow’s third runway, through the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) and a digital control tower, it has been claimed.
26 April 2019Sam Sholli
Severfield has agreed a final settlement for bolt failures on the Cheesegrater tower in London, following a legal battle spanning almost five years.
17 January 2019Katherine Smale
Investigators have said design flaws and poor quality construction are likely to have contibuted to structural cracks in Sydney, Australia’s 36 storey Opal tower which was evacuated on Christmas eve .
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