Construction News interviews
To mark the launch of Build UK, chief executive Suzannah Nichol tells Construction News how main and specialist contractors will work together and why her organisation will not go the same way as the Construction Confederation.
Lipton Rogers co-founder Peter Rogers is back plotting the Pinnacle’s replacement and regen at London’s Royal Docks. He sets out his vision for the capital and why contractors need to stand up and be heard when projects are in the design phase.
New Highways England CEO Jim O’Sullivan explains what he expects from contractors and the government and why the client won’t fall into the same traps as Network Rail.
Severfield’s CEO has had to deal with some prominent problems in his two years at the helm, but he insists the firm’s reputation remains intact and the once-struggling company’s turnaround is in full force.
Smart motorways programme director says contractors that fail to collaborate and share knowledge while working on its £1.5bn schemes will not benefit from its ‘everybody wins’ incentive scheme
The major Chinese developer behind a £1.7bn scheme in east London is planning further investment across the UK and wants to introduce Asian firms into the UK construction market.
The architect of Labour’s National Infrastructure Commission has said the principles behind it are not dead, despite the party’s election defeat in May.
Man City is known for big spending on star players but it also has an ambitious programme off the pitch. Head of infrastructure Pete Bradshaw explains what it wants from construction partners.