Two years on from Sir Roy McNulty’s Rail Value for Money study, a new and “radically different” alliance approach is set to challenge the way the rail industry thinks about procurement and contracting.
A wide range of projects of varying size and covering several sectors make up the shortlist for Sustainable Project of the Year, showcasing the best examples of green building in the UK.
Two cranes yesterday removed the final elements of the temporary seating stands at the London 2012 Aquatics Centre, designed by Zaha Hadid.
New alliances that incentivise collaborations between contractors could change the face of the industry.
Nobody enjoys dealing with construction disputes – they eat up time, energy and money that would be better spent actually building things.
Glenigan data shows that the housing market in south England could provide a boost to industry prospects during 2013.
Politicians and the industry must be confident to support construction in contributing to economic growth.
Being prepared can help SMEs access a valuable source of funds - trade credit - to help with short-term funding and cashflow.
For many in the industry, the date of 26 June 2013 will already have a big red ring around it in their calendar.
The words ‘skills crisis’ continue to hang around the neck of the construction industry when discussing employment.
Awards declined again in April compared with a year earlier, despite a wide variety of major contract wins.
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