• Economic digest

    Clay Technology magazine
    The latest figures affecting construction and related industries in the UK.
  • Kit Malthouse named UK Housing Minister

    Clay Technology magazine
    The relatively unknown Malthouse is now the eighth Housing Minister in as many years. Khai Trung Le looks at his political history.
  • Higher state of construction

    Clay Technology magazine
    The first towers constructed in the UK with rising factory technology have been completed. Khai Trung Le talks to Natalie Bowkett about its value within the clay construction sector.
  • Economic digest

    Clay Technology magazine
    The number of construction projects has declined in the UK due to bad weather and a woefully unprepared industry. At the same time, more bricks have been manufactured, marking the anticipated start of a busy house building period. Ines Nastali reports.
  • 2018 IOM3 Premier Awards dinner

    IOM3
    The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) presented the 2018 Premier Awards to winners at a black tie event in London on 3 July
  • Materials Protecting People seminar - 29 November

    IOM3
    Materials Protecting People (London, 29 November 2018) is the third seminar in the hugely popular series of events. Organised by IOM3 Communications Ltd on behalf of the Industry and Technology Policy Board (ITPB) of IOM3.
  • Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting on 10 July

    IOM3
    An Extraordinary General Meeting of the Institute will be held on 10 July at 297 Euston Road, London, immediately following the Institute's 2018 AGM
  • Notice of 2018 IOM3 Annual General Meeting on 10 July

    IOM3
    The 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Institute will be held at 2pm on 10 July at 297 Euston Road, London
  • Printing property

    Clay Technology magazine
    A collaboration between a construction firm and non-profit organisation could see 3D-printed homes for developing countries.
  • Economic digest

    Clay Technology magazine
    The number of construction projects has declined in the UK due to bad weather and a woefully unprepared industry. At the same time, more bricks have been manufactured, marking the anticipated start of a busy house building period. Ines Nastali reports.

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