Construction News interviews
Balfour Beatty has been “undervalued” and “unloved” in recent times, its new group chief executive has said.
From swinging 60s fashion king to Western Europe’s tallest tower: the man behind the Shard speaks exclusively about the challenges of development and how he’s far from finished redefining London’s skyline.
The government’s Regeneration and Investment Organisation is in discussions with overseas investors on more than £5bn-worth of UK projects, its chairman has revealed.
Osborne chief executive David Fison has called on the construction industry to speak out against curbing immigration in the run-up to the general election.
Great Portland Estates’ head of projects talks to Construction News about collaboration, fair payment and why clients must recognise firms are ‘mentally tired’.
The CITB’s new chief executive gives his first interview to Construction News about his plans to modernise the often-criticised organisation and what he believes must be done to plug the skills gap.
Network Rail’s CEO talks exclusively to Construction News about his baptism of fire, why the industry needs to improve and how to deliver a £38bn pipeline.
ISG aims to make a total of £4m in procurement savings over two years in UK construction and plans to lift the division’s margin above over 1 per cent during 2015, its chief executive has said.