LGBT right charity Stonewall is organising a conference to raise awareness of homophobia and transphobia in the construction industry following an investigation involving Construction News into the experiences of LGBT employees.
More than 1,300 people have registered to attend a free careers fair this week, being run by Construction News and sister title New Civil Engineer.
Lendlease will target major UK infrastructure projects, its European construction boss has said.
A Lendlease-built south London school designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris has won the 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize.
Lendlease has launched a construction skills academy in north Wales to help boost the local jobs market and create apprenticeships.
Lendlease will target more contracts outside London in the coming year as the regional market comes back into play, according to its construction MD Neil Martin.
Lendlease’s construction business increased revenue to £667m in the year to 30 June 2015
The CITB is set to revamp its levy grant system in 2016 as it begins to overhaul its funding streams, Construction News can reveal.
Kier soared to the top of June’s contractor table as Balfour Beatty relinquished its grip on the annual league.
Lendlease has claimed a contract to deliver the first of five office buildings on a £500m mixed-use development in Croydon, south London.
432 Park Avenue is New York City’s newest skyscraper – and the tallest residential building in the world. Watch a timelapse of its construction over two years.
Lend Lease has announced that it will now be known as Lendlease, with the firm having ditched its blue logo for green.
Focus on Lend Lease
Former members of the armed forces represent an incredible skills opportunity that BuildForce is looking to seize.
The iconic Eiffel Tower stands tall above the city of Paris, the scene for next month’s UN negotiations where world leaders from more than 190 nations will meet to thrash out a new global deal on climate change.
Top contractors are recognising not only the need to stamp out intolerance but also the potential business benefits.
Construction chief Neil Martin on righting false perceptions and taking an Australian approach to cracking the UK infrastructure market.
This year’s panel includes 27 leading lights from top industry contractors.
Balfour Beatty relinquished its place atop the annual table and Kier claimed the monthly summit as combined wins continued their fluctuating form in June.
Rennovating the famous theatre required working around a demanding and changing live schedule.
CN visits NYC’s latest skyscraper and discovers how Lendlease and WSP tackled pouring concrete 430 m above Manhattan.
The contractor is redeveloping the site of one of the world’s first ever psychiatric facilities above the tube and next to Crossrail.
A recent survey revealed UK firms lag way behind their US counterparts in using social media for corporate communications, but also placed three British construction companies among the 50 best in class. What makes them stand out and what can the industry learn?
Imtech’s Dion Odendaal looks at a new solution to an old problem.