Construction News interviews
The Manchester City Council chief has wrested power from Whitehall. So where does his focus lie as the devolution agenda gathers pace?
The director in charge of Heathrow Airport’s £16bn expansion has said he would be open to discussions with Chinese firms over the massive pipeline of potential work.
Manchester City Council has called on the government to give it greater control over apprenticeships to help plug the growing skills gap in the construction industry.
Housing associations are looking to learn from successful construction M&A deals as government housing policy may force more mergers, according to a director at Hyde Housing Association.
Construction chief Neil Martin on righting false perceptions and taking an Australian approach to cracking the UK infrastructure market.
Stuart Black has overseen a business that has bought eight companies in seven years and whose latest results showed turnover growth of 58 per cent. So what’s next?
HS2’s procurement is kicking into gear and dRMM Architects co-founder Sadie Morgan is chairing its design panel, tasked with ensuring the client’s vision covers all aspects of the project. So what do contractors need to offer?
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.