TPI Q1 2024

With market activity slowing in some sectors and deflationary pressures mounting, contractor pricing is expected to be more competitive in 2024.

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Plant-Based Places: Emerging Products and Principles
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Plant-Based Places: Emerging Products and Principles

The rise of ESG and net zero carbon has greatly increased our industry’s appetite for innovation and new thinking. After three decades of relative stability (characterised by green building certifications and regulations) there is now an emerging drive to deliver buildings that better appeal to a wider, more sustainably savvy audience.

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Net Zero and the Built Environment: Where Does It Go From Here?
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Net Zero and the Built Environment: Where Does It Go From Here?

It is hard to underestimate the changes we have seen in the last five years with the creation of net zero carbon frameworks and the growth of ESG. Arising at the same time, net zero carbon and ESG more broadly have begun to fundamentally alter the construction and operation of buildings.

Richard Francis

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Carbon Capture Storage – “A Necessity, Not an Option” in UK’s Transition to Net Zero
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Carbon Capture Storage – “A Necessity, Not an Option” in UK’s Transition to Net Zero

To achieve net zero emissions, industry - the biggest source of greenhouse gases - needs to rapidly scale up its use of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology. CCS has been deemed a “necessity, not an option” by climate change experts for the UK to deliver net zero emissions. So far, the deployment of CCS has been slow and uneven, but there are signs of acceleration.

Michael Urie

By Michael Urie

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