The June edition of Construction Global is live!

By Catherine Sturman
Hello and Welcome to the June edition of Construction Global. The cover this month features an exclusive interview with World Green Building Council CE...

Hello and Welcome to the June edition of Construction Global.

The cover this month features an exclusive interview with World Green Building Council CEO Terri Willis regarding their Advanced Net Zero Project. Willis discusses the significance of the project, the World Green Building Council’s role in empowering councils to become emboldened to embed vital practise to reduce carbon emissions within buildings and its challenges, but also how it is essential for not only construction companies, but public and private bodies to work together within such an important project.

Also included is our feature surrounding an update on the Microsoft HoloLens. Following on from our previous feature in January, we look at how the technology is continuing to prove advantageous within the construction industry.

Also included is our top 10 green buildings, which are providing a number of benefits to areas which have increased air pollution and high density.

We sincerely hope you enjoy the issue, and as always, please tweet your feedback to @ConstructionGL

 

 

 

 

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