A month on from the Budget, the construction sector remains in reasonable health despite monthy fluctuations
Building’s recent debate on evidence-based design identified post-occupancy evaluation as a crucial part of the process. Building looks at the issue in more detail
The UK’s biggest construction site in west London looks on paper like a dream development in a market desperate for new housing. But amid scare stories of fleeing investors and slashed prices
George Osborne is famously a fan of infrastructure - but is he putting his money where his mouth is?
Ten years after the Battersea crane tragedy, Joey Gardiner talks to the mother of one of the two men killed in the accident and asks if tower cranes are any safer now than they were a decade ago
The steel rollercoaster of the last few weeks seems to have ended well, with Greybull’s purchase of Tata’s construction division. But is this, and the government’s call to ‘buy British’, enough to save UK steel?
It took Andy Steele just five years to transform Connaught into a £240m-turnover sensation. Can he pull it off again?
National Apprenticeship Week: Being born deaf and mute hasn’t stopped Simon Eyers landing a job as an electrician at contractor FM Conway
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FROM THE EDITOR
The construction sector has become well used to ups and downs in economic assessments of its performance
This week marks the fifth Green Sky Thinking week – time to look at sustainable design challenges
Specialist skills are valuable assets for any profession but they work most creatively when they’re flexible and adaptable
The launch of the Buy Social Corporate Challenge - which will see a group of companies spend £1bn with social enterprises by 2020 - is a catalyst for change. But the concept needs more than money to thrive
The ECA is providing guidance for firms trying to engage with building information modelling