Richard McPartland is editor of theNBS.com
As editor of theNBS.com since 2015 Richard is responsible for commissioning, editing and writing the content you see on the site.
He's spent over 15 years writing, editing and presenting content for use across print, broadcast and online - including technology magazines, daily newspapers, BBC national and local radio, BBC Online, Directgov and a range of organisations in the higher education sector.
For the last ten years Richard has specialized in developing and implementing digital strategies with a particular emphasis on content migration, development, and promotion, all of which he's put to good use to deliver hundreds of websites and web services - the most recent of which is the first phase of the redeveloped theNBS.com.
An authoritative guide to planning, creating and living with tall buildings, thoroughly reworked to reflect the latest industry developments, drawing on the advice and knowledge of more than 20 highly respected industry specialists.
A new study has named London as the fifth most sustainable city in the world. The Sustainable Cities Index explores the three demands of People, Planet and Profit to develop an indicative ranking of 100 of the world's leading cities.
Digital Construction Week returns this October. Find out more about this packed two-day conference programme, free-to-attend seminar series, and interactive exhibition.
A new project to transform building facades into ‘biological computers’ made up of ‘digestive’ bricks that can create useful products from waste has been launched at Newcastle University.
The pace of technological change won’t let up so needs to be embraced. While other industries may have made the digital leap earlier, the construction revolution is now well underway. We look at the road ahead as roles and disciplines blur to the role of a new generation of digital natives to whom BIM will just be business as usual.
BREEAM or Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method is used to masterplan projects, infrastructure and buildings. Find out more about BREEAM including what it measures, its benefits, popularity and likely future developments.
The doors to some of England’s most interesting and unique buildings are set to be thrown open this month as part of the annual Heritage Open Days festival.
A parliamentary inquiry into the accessibility of our homes, buildings and public spaces has been launched and views are being sought until Wednesday 12 October 2016.