Defence

How are modern methods of construction helping to exceed net zero targets in practice?


The World Green Council calls for all new buildings, renovations and infrastructure to reduce embodied carbon by at least 40% as soon as 2030,

The Net Zero Carbon Journey – Next stop, Embodied Carbon


Our next greatest challenge in sustainable building is how to reduce embodied carbon.

Solar powered Army


The British Army has opened its first photovoltaic Solar Farm at The Defence School of Transport (DST).

Project Uses Nature to Reduce Flood Risk


Over 20 natural features have been built to help bolster flood protection in the North East of England, part of a pioneering project

Record Year for UK Defence Training Estate


Allan Fox, Head of Programme Delivery at Landmarc, reflects on a year of significant construction development and investment on the Estate.

VolkerFitzpatrick Wins BAE Systems Contract


VolkerFitzpatrick has been awarded a £4.9 million contract to upgrade BAE Systems’ Maritime Integration and Support Centre in Portsmouth

Construction Takes Shape at Portsmouth Port


Work is continuing at pace to prepare for the most significant changes to customs and health check import requirements in a generation

£1.6bn Investment for UK Defence Estate


Four contracts worth £1.6 bn have been awarded to enable the delivery of crucial building maintenance and hard facilities repair services

Russell Roof Tiles Start on MOD Project


Russell Roof Tiles has been selected for its first Ministry of Defence (MOD) re-roofing project in Oxfordshire.

Progress to Flood Embankment Repairs


A year on from Storm Ciara, a £10 million package of work to repair flood embankments on the Lower River Aire is making progress.