The building features a steel frame which launches from a two-storey reinforced concrete basement

'Toblerone' beams help ISG meet Yorkshire office demands

Contractor is employing a clever stitched long-span solution that sees steel stuffed with concrete on an innovative new headquarters in Leeds.

Time_UK Industry Performance Report 2014

Profits hit 15-year low as 2014 KPIs reveal mixed industry performance

The percentages of projects being finished on time and to budget remain far from the government’s 2025 targets, but figures for skills, training and diversity offer encouragement.

Spring Mews features a high-performing geothermal heat pump system, producing heating, cooling and domestic hot water.

Swedish know-how and prebuilt bathrooms deliver student savings

LJJ Building Services Contractors is overseeing the high-end M&E for Shepherd Construction on the £50m Spring Mews accommodation scheme in Vauxhall.

The station is being rebuilt as part of the £6.5bn Thameslink Programme

NG Bailey tackles London Bridge revolution

Incredibly complex systems are underpinning a rebuild that will boost capacity and frequency at London’s oldest and fourth-busiest station.

Interserve Plant room module lift at Leighton Hospital in Cheshire

I want people thinking ‘engineering services’ when they hear 'Interserve'

A year into the job, Interserve Engineering Services MD Mike Knowles reflects on reshaping the company and how he wants it to look in another year’s time.

Rudi Klein

Lack of early M&E engagement has wasted billions

If greater efficiencies are to be achieved in construction delivery, the early engagement of the supply chain is critical.

Born to Build

Born to Build montage

The faces of Born to Build

The Born to Build campaign is being fronted by 17 young people who work in the industry, they share their stories here.

Toby Buckley managing director REL

Investing in apprenticeships will pay dividends for the M&E sector

With the construction sector slowly starting to show signs of growth, any optimism continues to be clouded by an issue that we’re still a long way from shaking off - the skills shortage.

Steve Hale managing director Crofton Design

Redesigned tax rules can help close skills gap

The problems that the construction industry is experiencing relating to skills and training have built up over a generation and will take a generation to resolve.

Steven Carey partner Speechly Bircham

How far does discretion go when exercising contractual rights?

A recent case from the oil industry highlights the potential issues around diverting important staff from one project to another.


Peter Hansford chief construction adviser

Watch: Peter Hansford on Construction 2025 Video

Chief construction adviser Peter Hansford outlines the thinking behind Construction 2025 and why the report focused on the areas it did.

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