Interior design guru, Banjo Beale, sets his sights on the Scottish isles in Designing The Hebrides, a new six-part series co-commission for BBC Scotland and BBC Two produced by DSP production (a Banijay UK company).
A construction worker from Ontario found out about his lottery win in the most “Canadian” way possible. David Cornell had stopped by a store to buy a lottery ticket and picked the Instant Diamond Club ticket, which stood out for its size.
Google owner Alphabet has sacked its robot cleaners as part of a cost-cutting exercise.
Plans to save the only farm built by the poet Robert Burns are unveiled today. The “FutureVision” seeks to safeguard the 170-acre Ellisland Farm, on the banks of the River Nith, where Burns wrote Auld Lang Syne, Tam o Shanter and a large part of his creative output, especially in music a
The world’s first digger, powered by a hydrogen combustion engine, will soon be on UK roads and building sites following recent approval. The UK government has given special dispensation, under a vehicle special order, that allows JCB to test and use its world-first hydrogen-powered backhoe lo
A creative challenge for young people in Scotland that will help shape a £25 million complex-needs site in Perth has been launched by architect and TV presenter George Clarke. Entries are now open to schools, universities and colleges across Scotland, as well anyone who wants to work independe
A construction site in Seoul has turned into an ‘accidental café’ after bad weather paused the renovation of a former home.
Findings from a major project to develop a sustainable drainage concrete made from seashells will be presented at an event this month.
A company and its director have been fined after they failed to provide suitable welfare facilities at a construction site in Belsize Park, North London. East Sussex firm ID8 Design and Build Ltd was in charge of the site on Carlingford Road where the company was carrying out a full refurbishment of
A construction firm has successfully obtained an injunction to prevent urban explorers from climbing cranes on a building site overlooking Wembley Stadium.
A stunning image of a skateboard park in the United Arab Emirates has been named Concrete in Life Photo of the Year. It wins a top prize of $10,000 in a global competition, which highlights the essential role that concrete plays around the world.
A chocolate factory has been fined after workers fell into a vat of chocolate and became trapped in it.
Your awful ex can now 'almost literally' be full of rubbish, by having a bin truck named in their honour with the help of a UK waste company.
Glasgow City Council has said it would “welcome” any move to see the distinctive neon Barrowland sign granted listed landmark status.
A golf enthusiast has scrapped plans to install a putting green in his front garden following complaints from neighbours.