Any building project has its unique complexities and a project which includes renovation and refurbishment, new-build construction, and the implementation of a variety of sustainable and energy saving techniques, is no exception. But in the case of Harlech Castle…
Work placements for the student’s benefit, not their employer’s
JCT Student Competition 2016 – Overall Winner’s Essay
Tom Haworth, Westminster University
An essay addressing skills shortages in the construction industry, focusing upon the lack of experience-based architectural training during the early years of UK architectural education.
The Challenge Of The Unknown
How well does procurement and contract practice enable BIM?
We now have a government mandate to use BIM Level 2 for all centrally procured construction projects and the take-up of BIM usage is broadening out into the wider public and private sectors. Officially the concept of Level 2 is entirely compatible with…
JCT Interviews…John Turner
In this series we shed some light on some of the key people who are involved with or give their time to support JCT, to ensure that all areas of the construction industry are represented and can contribute to the development of our…
JCT Student Competition 2016
Skills, education and BIM spark student’s creativity
Whether using the written word, video, visual graphics or designs – creativity, innovation and providing practical solutions were all hallmarks of winning students’ work in the JCT Student Competition 2016.
The 2016 competition ran from 9 September…