Despite Brexit causing an unwelcome stir, the total level of output is now comfortably above its pre-recession peak
Where’s a EU-positive culture vulture to go this summer for a lingering look at all the architectural gems the Continent has to offer? Some industry experts suggest an itinerary …
Today’s retirees enjoy incomes higher than their 20-something counterparts and many are sitting on large family homes. No wonder investors have their eye on the UK’s retirement market
After the shock Brexit referendum result, contractors have found themselves wondering how to adapt to survive in the renewed climate of economic uncertainty
Family firm Sir Robert McAlpine is once again without a boss. So, what happened, and can things be different for the next person to take the job?
The idea of establishing a northern powerhouse has lost a powerful supporter with the departure of chancellor George Osborne. Is there the will and momentum now in Whitehall to keep the project going?
Richard Saxon, chair of the Joint Contracts Tribunal, speaks to Building legal columnist Francis Ho about new kinds of contracts, the competition, and where he thinks the industry is heading
Few people have done more to change the face of the UK’s cities than Tony Giddings, who stood down as partner at Argent at the end of last year
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FROM THE EDITOR
The decision of the intensely private, family-run business to hand control to an outsider by appointing the first chief executive in its 147-year history was a momentous shift in strategy
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
Team GB’s glittering success in Rio was the result of a brilliantly executed campaign. Surely there must be lessons for construction?
Diversity in our industry needs to be a concrete target, not a nice thing to have
Lean production techniques work for manufacturing and the principles for applying them to construction are essentially the same