Contractor tipped for first phase of Barking redevelopment after £250m Stratford contract win this week
Survey by insurance company points to problems for firms with between £5m and £300m
140 jobs threatened as civil engineer falls into administration
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The awe-inspiring scale, ambition and innovation of the Francis Crick Institute more than matches the pioneering biomedical research that is soon to take place within its walls
The latest in our CPD series explains why BS 5534 has been revised and outlines the key changes that designers and contractors need to understand. This module is sponsored by Marley Eternit
Gurkhas, thesps and other fans of the great Joanna Lumley will be thrilled to see her gracing these pages this week, while the rest of us make do with unexploded bombs, 180km cycle rides and free PR advice
A majority government gives business a stable platform so we can go back to ‘business as usual’ – but what happens next?
The government’s strategy document outlined a utopian vision for construction. What happened?
Be part of the group that develops HPL into an established industry tool for the labelling and promotion of better-performing homes
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 came into force last month, but misunderstandings remain over principal designers and CDM co-ordinators
The Edge report may have put the cat among the professional pigeons, but it’s essential reading for institutions overdue for a long, hard look at themselves – and maybe even an incentive for them to start working together