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Managing Your Own Small Construction Site

So you’re ready to get on with your new home build – congratulations. Working with your builder will be your most important relationship and even more so if is also your project manager. Whether you choose to manage your new build yourself or elect your Architect, builder or someone else a good understanding of what’s […]

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Reasons why you should include limestone blocks in construction

If you are getting your garden designed, you have come to the right place. Limestone retaining wall design is commonly used to increase the aesthetic appeal of your garden; the best thing here is that they are very practical as well. Limestone, a sedimentary rock, is mainly composed of skeletal fragments of various marine organisms, […]

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Construction, Not Destruction! Working With Your Builder

The core of any good building project, whether you’re building an extension or building a full house from the ground up, is not the tools or the foundation, but the relationship you have with your builder. Really, the right builder will understand how to work with you, and the relationship needs to work right from […]

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How to Make the Most out of New Property Developments

New property developments are popping up all over the globe now, presenting new real estate developers with a unique opportunity to break into the market. However, for most new developers, buying their first property to refurbish can be quite a daunting task. Thankfully, property development projects are a great way to get your foot in […]

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Construction Industry Must Modernise

A severe skills shortage in the home building industry in the UK and elsewhere around the world could be a huge opportunity for innovative start ups. Telegraph reports the construction industry in the UK needs 400,000 workers a year for the next five years to meet the demand for new homes and that would require […]

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