Wednesday26 October 2016


Amandeep Bahra

Heathrow has many hurdles ahead

25 Oct 16

It’s good to have more certainty over a third runway but delivery seems a long way off, says the Construction Products Association

Mark Reynolds

Farmer Review: We need a multi-skilled workforce

24 Oct 16

It’s no good contractors training people to have single skillsets and then fighting over hiring them, says Mace chief executive

Stuart Whiting

Farmer Review: Off-site manufacturing needs to be the norm

21 Oct 16

Contractors and specialists have a role to play in spreading innovation and collaboration through the supply chain


A Guinness World Record for the longest Lego bridge

21 Oct 16

The inside story of WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff’s world record-breaking brick building bid

Nigel Ostime

The Farmer Review overlooks architects' role

21 Oct 16

Reforming construction is a must, and designers have a vital part to play in improving the delivery of building projects

Nick Cullen

I can sympathise with politicians' Heathrow dilemma

20 Oct 16

MPs have to weigh up the interests of their constituents against those of the the country as a whole, no wonder they’re dithering

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Hansom HT

Hansom: Coming of age

21 Oct 16 | Updated: 21 Oct 16

If the stress of working in construction is turning your hair grey, count yourself lucky – you could be a GP. And if you really want to keep in touch with your younger side, you can always dig out your old Lego set

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Scottish flag

Letters: Stimulus plan welcome

26 Aug 16

The Scottish Building Federation welcomes a £100m stimulus plan from the Scottish government

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Richard Piggott

My digital life … Richard Piggott

21 Feb 14

The Szerelmey business development manager on Pinterest, a useful app for tube strikes and watching Homeland on his iPad in bed

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