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Foster + Partners has submitted plans to develop a new public cultural attraction called The Tulip next to The Gherkin in London. Deriving its name from its nature-inspired form, the designers said The Tulip would enhance The Gherkin, one of London’s most cherished and recognisable buildings a

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Pedestrian crossings activated by a mobile phone app will be introduced in Clydebank as part of a new improvement project. The system – called Button by Neatebox – is just one of the steps being taken by West Dunbartonshire Council to ensure its Connecting Clydebank initiative is suitabl

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An Australian tech company has hailed a “quantum leap for the construction industry” as its Hadrian X robot constructed a three-bedroom house in less than three days. The two bathroom 180 sq metre development was the robot’s first full-home structure and achieves a milestone set by

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Groundbreaking cyborgs which work like a silkworm swaddling itself in a cocoon will change construction forever, according to experts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The ‘Fibrebots’ are a swarm of robots designed to wind fiberglass filament around themselves to create

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The British Army should be drafted in to build a temporary bridge for cars affected by the closure of a condemned Aberdeenshire railway bridge, according to a local MP. The deteriorating Abbeyton Bridge, on the B966 just north of Fordoun, was shut in July after inspections found serious failings in

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A Deeside charity which provides training for young adults with learning disabilities is to build a new office using straw bales. The management team at Beannachar Camphill Community, located on a farm set near Banchory-Devenick, currently works out of a garage building on the site which is no longe

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Workers renovating a building in Georgia made an unusual discovery when nearly 1,000 human teeth were found behind the walls of a building being renovated in downtown Valdosta. The building housed dentist offices for more than 100 years but it is unclear how or why the teeth ended up in the walls.

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It really is a nightmare to own a home on  Elm Street as more than half (54%) of the 79 Elm Streets in the UK have had no property sales since last Halloween, according to new research. Elm Street is synonymous with the 1984 slasher movie Nightmare on Elm Street and a study conducted by online

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