Innovative thinking from the construction and building industry about fast-changing transport systems and the future built environment could be vital if stringent air quality targets are to be meet. Meanwhile, the sector is under pressure to curb diesel emissions from site.

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Building and construction people are “do-ers” and problem solvers almost by definition, creating the infrastructure society needs and overcoming challenges.

How they apply their skills is beginning to change. The sector is increasingly being asked not just to provide the built environment but also play a greater role in shaping that environment and how it functions. And they are being asked to do so while facing up to many other industry-specific and wider global pressures.

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