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On a scheme as big as Umm Al Quwain’s Firdous Sobha resort steps must be taken to minimize the risks of discord between all the different stakeholders
Team GB’s glittering success in Rio was the result of a brilliantly executed campaign. Surely there must be lessons for construction?
Figures which show the impact the EU referendum has had on the industry are starting to be released, but the picture still isn’t clear
A post-Brexit UK could see new industry trends. Will construction management be back on the agenda?