A six-storey building being demolished by Keltbray in Holborn partly collapsed this afternoon, with one man left injured.
Trade union members held a demonstration at SITA Sembcorp’s energy-from-waste plant in Redcar this weekend to protest the rates being paid to overseas workers on the site.
With new CDM Regulations due this month, Louise Forbes of Olswang discusses the practical implications
In 2018 it will be illegal for a property owner to rent out commercial premises with an EPC rating of less than E. How do owners of poorly performing properties ensure they get the maximum in energy efficiency for every pound they invest?
The CIS has existed now for over 40 years, and changes proposed in the 2014 Budget have started to come into effect. How will this affect your business?
Nordic Construction’s residential development in Liverpool is being built substantially faster using timber-framed modules instead of more traditional steel and concrete construction methods.
Manifesto launches are fraught for political parties.
Contract wins across the top 50 contractors shot up 67 per cent in March as Skanska’s reign atop the annual table proved short-lived.
Residential developer Mount Anvil has hired Ewan Anderson from Balfour Beatty as its new group finance director.
J Murphy has appointed Bill Thicknes as its new operations director for London & South.
The £353m Midland Metropolitan Hospital has become the latest PF2 project to be hit by bidders withdrawing, after Laing O’Rourke/Interserve pulled out to leave Carillion as sole bidder.
Drylining trainee Kayrakan Osman tells Construction News Building Lives gave him an opportunity when he had no other route into construction.
The Greater London Authority has given the green light to ABP and Stanhope’s £1.7bn Royal Albert Docks development.
New London Architecture chairman and cycling safety campaigner Peter Murray is demanding action from the construction industry after it emerged that four of the five cyclists killed this year on the capital’s roads were involved in accidents with heavy goods vehicles from the sector.
Exclusive: London’s top businesses have overwhelmingly backed the expansion of Heathrow airport over another runway at Gatwick.
A Liberal Democrat government would not expand Heathrow or Gatwick airports if the party were to win the next general election.
Two contractors are vying for the chance to build one of London’s tallest residential towers, Construction News can reveal.
Bowmer & Kirkland has awarded Billington Structures a construction contract on its 92,000 sq m Doncaster shed being built for Next.
Pre-apprenticeship trainee Tom Timlin tells Construction News how Building Lives is helping him turn his life around.
Vinci topped the contractor league table for March as Skanska’s reign atop the annual table proved short-lived.