Former Balfour Beatty major projects MD Bob Clark has taken on a newly-created role at Laing O’Rourke.
Leaders at Morgan Sindall, Wates and JCB are among the business leaders to warn against a Labour election victory in a letter to The Daily Telegraph today.
The Intellectual Property Act came into force late last year with some potential implications for construction. So what do contractors and designers need to consider?
Right-to-light disputes have the potential to stop a development in its tracks - so what should developers be aware of?
Construction management firm Colmore Tang has gone from unusual beginnings to regenerating a Birmingham landmark, while building its order book from zero to £60m just 12 months.
Construction News as media partner for the event talked to director of policy and strategic planning Stephen Radley to hear the focus of the three elements that the training body believes will combine to give it a holistic approach to tackling the skills gap.
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?
The government has officially put an end to the Code for Sustainable Homes, in the long-awaited conclusion to the Housing Standards Review.
A record high of 60 per cent of Scottish contractors are positive about their business outlook for the next twelve months.
Highways England has released details of how it will deliver more than £11bn of improvements to England’s roads over the next five years.
Former Laing O’Rourke boss and current chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi Airports Tony Douglas is returning to the UK to head up the Ministry of Defence’s procurement arm.
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation has appointed Vinci St Modwen as development manager for the transformation of Ministry of Defence Ashchurch in Gloucestershire.
A committee of MPs has accused contractors of deliberately misleading victims of blacklisting, slamming them as “callous and manipulative”.
Schools minister David Laws has admitted to the Commons’ Education Committee that the government does not know the maintenance needs or rebuild costs of the English school estate.
Mace will no longer develop east London’s Royal Wharf residential project, just four months on from being named construction manager on the job.
Barratt chief executive Mark Clare is to step down in July after nine years at the helm of the housebuilder.
The shortage of skilled workers to deliver construction projects in the capital is a “worry” for City Hall, one of London mayor Boris Johnson’s closest aides has admitted.
One in six roads in England and Wales are in poor condition and a £12bn investment is needed to get the network back up to scratch, according to an annual survey of Britain’s roads.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority spent more than one fifth of its supply chain budget with SMEs in 2013/14.