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Brick prices rise 13% in the first quarter

21/05/2014: Brick shortages pushed their average price up by 13% in the first three months of the year, a leading producer has revealed. more »

Entry level Leica iCON stations

21/05/2014: Two new total stations from Leica Geosystems are designed to offer construction workers a simple entry level option for its intelligent CONstruction (iCON) system. more »

The Construction Index magazine adds Blippar content

16/05/2014: The Construction Index magazine, May issue out now, has embraced Blippar augmented reality technology. more »

Scottish road workers glow in the dark

16/05/2014: Road workers in southwest Scotland have been issued with a new type of battery-powered glow-in-the-dark, super high-visibility workwear. more »

Eco town role for Stewart Milne Timber Systems

13/05/2014: Stewart Milne Timber Systems has won a design order to work on the of the North West Bicester development, which is being billed as the UK’s first eco town. more »

Stone masons failed to control RCS dust

13/05/2014: A natural stone supply firm has been fined for failing to protect workers from exposure to hazardous silica dust… despite a previous warning. more »

Ground-Guard good for 120 tonnes

09/05/2014: A new temporary roadway system has come to market that is claimed to be 50% tougher than anything else on the market. more »

Aggregate sales continue to rebound

01/05/2014: After diving to historically low levels, sales of heavy building materials remain firmly on the rise. more »

BIM files available for drainage products

01/05/2014: Drainage products supplier ACO Technologies now has building information modelling (BIM) files available for its civil engineering and infrastructure range. more »

End of the line for rail ballast?

30/04/2014: New railway track slabs that do away with the need for ballast have been put through their paces in a Network Rail trial. more »

Solar panels and ground heat combine for zero carbon office building

29/04/2014: A system that uses solar energy to heat buildings all year round is being installed for the first time in a commercial property. more »

Polypipe rejoins London Stock Exchange

17/04/2014: Plastic piping manufacturer Polypipe Group has been admitted to full trading on the London Stock Exchange main market. more »

Wolseley warehouse roof gets UK's largest solar installation

28/03/2014: The UK’s largest array of solar photovoltaic panels has been installed on the roof of building materials group Wolseley UK’s national distribution centre in Leamington Spa. more »

Aurecon develops new seismic joint

27/03/2014: A new engineering technology designed to protect buildings during severe earthquakes is being used in the Terrace development in Christchurch, New Zealand. more »

Brick maker invests for recovery

26/03/2014: Supplying bricks to build Coronation Street was not enough to prevent restructuring costs pushing Michelmersh into a £1.5m pre-tax loss last year. more »

Marshalls sees profits grow

26/03/2014: Paving block producer Marshalls has reported a 40% jump in pre-tax profits for last year. more »

New concrete Readybrick from Cemex

24/03/2014: Cemex has launched a new concrete brick that uses recycled quarry dust. more »

Autodesk picked for Qatar Rail BIM

21/03/2014: Qatar Rail has awarded a building information modelling (BIM) services contract to Autodesk. more »

Making light work of it

20/03/2014: Producers of lightweight secondary aggregates are looking forward to increased sales more »

Excuse my dust

20/03/2014: Silica dust may be slowly rising up the industry’s agenda, but for many construction professionals awareness of the dangers posed by these airborne particles remains limited, says Tom Gunston. more »

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