The Green Deal has been branded a “failure” that has caused “frustration and confusion for both consumers and the supply chain” by a committee of MPs.
A fire has destroyed a semi-completed £20m timber-framed laboratory at the University of Nottingham.
EU rule change set to alter the way in which public procurers treat abnormally low tenders.
Head of design and construction Keith Whitmore talks exclusively to Construction News about how Westfield is adapting to new technology by building bigger and better – and what contractors need to do to win its work.
A new Waitrose in Wiltshire demanded extensive consultation and unusual alterations to placate local protests to its picturesque location.
When considering retail as a sector for potential workload in the construction industry, it is important to understand the concept of multi-channel retailing and explore all areas of opportunity.
Combined deals across the top 50 contractors rebounded strongly in August following a disappointing July, with Brookfield Multiplex taking top spot in the monthly table.
Network Rail’s CEO talks exclusively to Construction News about his baptism of fire, why the industry needs to improve and how to deliver a £38bn pipeline.
Infrastructure UK chief executive Geoffrey Spence has urged construction clients to make the most of the Treasury’s flagship funding support initiative while it lasts.
CH2M Hill has announced it will cut 1,200 jobs worldwide as part of a major restructuring programme.
Costain has been appointed to upgrade the M1 J28 to 31 and J32 to 35a in deals worth around £125m.
Brookfield Multiplex has taken top spot in August’s contractor league table thanks to a £200m office and retail scheme in London’s Leicester Square.
Three more senior staff have left Shepherd Construction after managing director Phil Greer’s departure last week, Construction News understands.
Exclusive: Indirectly employed staff will be banned from managing safety on Britain’s rail infrastructure as Network Rail’s chief executive described workforce safety at his organisation and its contractors as “unacceptable”.
Carillion’s group finance director has resigned as non-executive director of logistics firm Wincanton, which is also chaired by Balfour Beatty boss Steve Marshall.
International business services and infrastructure group Mouchel has appointed Andrew Bannister as regional commercial director for the Middle East.
ISG is working on the first scheme by supermarket giant Sainsbury’s to use building information modelling.
Steel specialist Billington is considering acquisitions after reporting large increases in profits and cash.
Regional firms across the country are being urged to bid for more than £10bn worth of contracts to build the first phase of high speed 2.