Kenneth Booth, Magazine Manager Kenneth Booth, Magazine Manager

With 15 years behind his belt in this sector, Kenneth has a keen interest in the construction and management of buildings, striving to learn more and more with each passing year. As a member of the launch team for Building Design & Construction Magazine, Kenneth has seen and followed some of the industry’s leading stories; whether it be the laying of the foundations for Heathrow’s terminal 5, the design and build of the Shard all the way through to the organisation and management of London 2012 Olympics, he's been there for the entire journey. Kenneth handles the majority of the sponsored and advertorial content, pushing the envelope of businesses looking to use Building Design & Construction as a mode of communication for their marketing agenda. With a profound understanding of how construction and property professionals can best put the right foot forward, Kenneth is able to support, and guide the marketing agenda of businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Fusion Building Systems has successfully passed its transfer assessments to the ISO9001

Full marks for Fusion with ISO Standards

Fusion Building Systems has successfully passed its transfer assessments to the ISO9001 and ISO14001 ...

dhf pioneered the Safety Diploma scheme in September 2013, with the introduction of training for those responsible for the safety of automated controlled powered gates

A new training officer for dhf as more than 1200 complete Safety Diploma

dhf (Door & Hardware Federation) has announced it will soon welcome a new member ...

Gavin Bonner from Cundall says that the government's BIM Level 2 mandate is seen as a model around the world, and that it is unsurprising that it is taking time for organisations - both in the public sector and the construction supply chain - to develop the skill and the expertise to support BIM.

Government BIM failures

“No-one denies that more needs to be done to invest in BIM training and ...

You may have seen some huge skips on building sites, but there's every chance that your small bathroom renovation project doesn't need such volume.

Skip hire: Crossing the i’s and dotting the t’s for the next big job

It doesn’t matter if you’re not directly involved in the construction trade, there will ...

Considerate Constructors Scheme launches in Ireland John Sisk & Son is the first contractor to register site

Considerate Constructors Scheme goes international

Considerate Constructors Scheme launches in Ireland John Sisk & Son is the first contractor ...

Leading learning provider Develop Training Limited (DTL) has strengthened its management team with two new appointments.

LEADING LEARNING PROVIDER DTL EXPANDS MANAGEMENT TEAM

Leading learning provider Develop Training Limited (DTL) has strengthened its management team with two ...

Emerging Robotic Exoskeleton Technologies Research Report 2017 with Technology Roadmap to 2022

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Emerging Robotic Exoskeleton Technologies” report ...

RIBA mental health architects

Mental health and architects

One in six British workers are dealing with mental health including; stress, anxiety or ...

The UK GBC’s own office fit-out claims the lowest carbon footprint in the UK

RICS launches new industry standard for Whole Life Carbon assessment

The industry has a new standardised approach to Whole Life Carbon (WLC) assessments with ...