The Labour Party has pledged to support the construction of High Speed 2 while “taking clear steps” to cut the cost of the £42.6bn rail project.
Work on a major housing development in London’s Docklands can now get under way after developer Canary Wharf Group received a £200m loan from the government.
Highways England has released details of how it will deliver more than £11bn of improvements to England’s roads over the next five years.
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?
Carillion has bagged a £91m contract to build the first phase of Helical Bar’s Bart’s Square scheme in the City of London.
Construction output is set to boom in the quarter following the general election, according to new analysis by procurement body Scape.
Five contractors have been chosen for a new framework that will deliver up to £3bn of public sector investment.
Wates has signed a preconstruction deal for the next phase of Quintain’s £2.1bn transformation of Wembley Park, Construction News has learnt.
Exclusive: The Construction Industry Council has revealed the new members of the BIM2050 Group.
Byrne Group has poached former Laing O’Rourke director Philip Wainwright to become its new finance director.
The £4bn Thames Tideway Tunnel has shortlisted two funding consortia to become its infrastructure partner (IP) in a major step forward for the super sewer project.
Sheffield-based property company Henry Boot said it continues to spy “numerous valuable opportunities” in the market, after posting a 54 per cent profit increase in its latest accounts.
The London Legacy Development Corporation is gearing up to procure its next major project as part of its transformation of the Olympic Park.
Contractors and industry bodies have launched a new Offsite Management School, following the model of the established Supply Chain Sustainability School.
Morgan Sindall has reached financial close on the £110m North-west private finance batch of the Priority School Building Programme.
Exclusive: Balfour Beatty chief executive Leo Quinn has ruled out widespread redundancies at the firm despite pledging to cut costs by £100m over the next two years.