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Thursday11 February 2016

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Consultants salary survey 2016: Under control?

5 Feb 16 | By Louise Dransfield

A calmer economic climate has finally let consultants slow the rate of pay growth, according to this year’s Hays Consultants’ Salary Survey. But will they be able to keep their feet on the ground?

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Consultant's salary survey 2016: Structural Engineers

5 Feb 16

Structural Engineers data from this year’s Hays Consultants’ Salary Survey. A calmer economic climate has finally let consultants slow the rate of pay growth

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Consultant's salary survey 2016: Environmental/Geotechnical Engineers

5 Feb 16

Environmental/Geotechnical Engineers data from this year’s Hays Consultants’ Salary Survey. A calmer economic climate has finally let consultants slow the rate of pay growth

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NEWS ANALYSIS

Hinkley C

Hinkley Point C: Shovels at the ready …

10 Feb 16

Construction firms have been poised to build Hinkley Point C since 2007. But nine years later the decision on whether to invest in the £18bn project has yet to be taken

Robot

Modern construction: Bring on the robots

4 Feb 16

Construction needs a million extra hands, but no amount of workers from Poland or from apprenticeship programmes are going to fill the gap. Now, technology-driven reform that makes construction less labour-intensive is being proposed – but is it the game changer the industry needs?

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packing a punch

Small housebuilders: Packing a punch

29 Jan 16

For years, volume housebuilders have held sway over the UK’s new homes sales market. But against expectations, the recession has given some small builders the chance to challenge their supremacy

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INTERVIEWS

Peter Hansford

Interview: Peter Hansford

22 January 2016

Until two months ago Peter Hansford was the government’s chief construction advisor. Now the position has been abolished. Here, he talks frankly about the state of the industry and how his legacy will be perceived

Tim Farron

Interview: Tim Farron

15 Jan 16

Leading the Lib Dems may sound like the worst job in politics following the party’s drubbing in last year’s election, but an out-of-sorts Labour sees Tim Farron adopt the role at a time of opportunity

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Image of the week

New Horizons by Trevor Tennant

Image of the week: Pieces of history

5 Feb 16

A concrete mural, that was part of the first hospital built by the NHS, goes on display at Somerset House

Sketch of the week

Bradford Grammar School

Sketch of the week: Bradford Grammar School

5 Feb 16

This week’s sketch is by Adam Clark of Halliday Clark Architects

Hinkely Point C

Online poll: Hinkley

10 Feb 16

Will Hinkley Point C finally get the go ahead? Vote here

FROM THE EDITOR

Sarah

Modern times

5 Feb 16

Will Westminster finally help address construction’s skills shortfall?

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COMMENT

John Stapleton

Sticking up for red tape

10 Feb 16

The government’s promise to remove ‘red tape’ to help housebuilders could wipe out effective standards

Jack Pringle

Gold Medal for the diva

8 Feb 16

With a portfolio that pushes the limits of what is possible, Zaha Hadid proves being relentlessly demanding pays off

Helen Gough

Let your staff roam the world!

5 Feb 16

Offering travel can help your business develop and attract talent

Ann_Bentley

Surely Britain is not going to sleepwalk into a Brexit disaster?

4 Feb 16

Leaving the EU could spell disaster for the UK’s construction industry

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