Institute of Credit Management chief executive Philip King has told Construction News he is “disappointed” by the time taken to develop terms for the supply chain payment charter.
Morgan Sindall’s head of infrastructure Jag Paddam has joined Kier as its new infrastructure managing director for its southern division.
Lakehouse has appointed a new chief executive as part of a wider senior management shake-up to strengthen its board.
Crofton’s business development manager talks Jonny Ives, graffiti, Pink Floyd, and encouraging young people into construction.
Roads output is growing strongly once again having crashed during the downturn and recruitment and salaries are increasing to keep pace with demand
The soaring cost of the firm’s contract to strengthen the Olympic Stadium’s roof is a case of history repeating, but does Balfour face the same risks as those of previous stadia deals?
Contractor is delivering Hilton hotels and high-end apartments at serious speed in spite of a whopping 20 m level difference and plenty of south coast sand.
The Construction Manager of the Year awards had 95 finalists and countless more nominations.
It’s an encouraging time to be in construction but fundamental problems must be tackled, according to six of the sector’s top chief executives as they debated crucial industry challenges at the Construction News Summit.
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Engineers took advantage of the extra hour as the clocks went back last week to install a new signal gantry at London Bridge, in the shadow of the Shard.
The effectiveness of dredging the Rivers Tone and Parrett in flood-hit Somerset may have been open to debate, but the skill of those involved in the work is not.
Crossrail’s train tunnels in Docklands and South-east London are now structurally complete, following the breakthrough by tunnel boring machine Ellie at Victoria Dock Portal in East London.
ISG has been appointed to deliver a £24m restoration of the Temperate House at Kew Gardens and two new leisure centres for Walsall Council also worth £24m.
New research has been published this week aimed at challenging the idea that building sustainably has to be expensive.
Ed Miliband has launched a fresh attack on homebuilders who sit on land, pledging to “break up the power of the big developers” and “make them do their bit”.
A fire ripped through Eastbourne Pier on Wednesday, destroying one third of the historic structure.
The Labour Party has outlined proposals for its Help to Build scheme today, to boost small housebuilders’ access to finance.
The three southern cooling towers of Didcot A Power Station were demolished in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Bam is understood to be working with the King’s Cross partnership to build Argent’s latest office development, Construction News can reveal.
London transport authorities have revealed a preferred route for Crossrail 2, as mayor of London Boris Johnson labelled the scheme “vital” for the capital.
Osborne has been awarded the £19m contract to redevelop Mercers’ Yard in Covent Garden, London.
Property group Countrywide and Hermes Investment Management have joined forces to create a residential property fund operating in the private rented sector.
Total property transactions have grown by 14 per cent between April and September 2014, compared to the same period a year earlier.
A radical plan to close the massive shortfall in NHS finances will demand the large-scale sell-off of health service estates and the rapid transformation of many remaining facilities.
There were nine profit warnings from six construction companies in the first three quarters of 2014, more than there were in the whole of 2013.
Morgan Sindall managing director Graham Shennan has departed the business, Construction News can reveal.
Balfour Beatty shareholders have approved the sale of Parsons Brinckerhoff to WSP Global at its general meeting today.
McLaren has announced the appointment of two regional directors to manage the London region as managing director Graham Sturge takes personal leave.
Speller Metcalfe has been awarded the £22m contract to redevelop Stratford Hospital in the Midlands.
Major commercial developer Argent has said that residential will be a “significant” part of its future pipeline, according to its partner Nick Searl who was speaking at the Construction News Summit 2014.