The taxman raised a record amount from investigation into construction firms’ taxes in the last financial year
Combination of US giants creates a consultant with £11.1bn of annual revenue
Controversial government procurement framework finally ready despite T&T’s compensation claim
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The latest module in our CPD series considers the importance of consistent, accurate data in the BIM process, and the key role played by manufacturers in providing it. This module is sponsored by British Gypsum
This week’s M&E products include a video fire detection system that has been installed at the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight hangar, and a new heating system for the Humberside Police HQ in Hull
Sketch of the week
There’s an upbeat mood in this year’s Top 150 consultants survey with growth heading towards 4.7%, a burgeoning workload, improved margins and more jobs being created. It’s now just a matter of finding the staff to keep it going
A house is the biggest purchase most of us will ever make, yet the amount of consumer information for buyers is pitiful. Now a pilot project aims to test what better home performance labelling might look like in practice
The year 2014 is an unnerving place - nobody’s sure how many chimneys Battersea Power Station has, Bob the Builder has the face of a child, and an app can summon hordes to your door to devour your leftovers
The really exciting thing about next May’s general election is how unpredictable it is. But there is one thing you can be sure of: the outcome matters for construction
Goldman Sachs’ proposed headquarters is being hindered by two right to light disputes. But should the City of London Corporation use its powers to override these rights?
What effects would the outbreak of war on the international construction market?
Barely a month goes by without some sign of tumbling job figures in the sector