Sunday29 March 2015


Helen Gough

The future of surveying

27 Mar 15

Financial benefits can be monetised but it is less easy to quantify and advocate the value of experience or the existing knowledge of a building or site

Balfour Beatty

Online poll: What next for Balfour Beatty?

26 Mar 15

Do you think the worst is now over for Balfour Beatty? Vote here

Richard Threlfall

Hands-free drive time

24 Mar 15

Despite resistance to the idea from a sizeable proportion of the public, the technology to create autonomous vehicles is already with us. What does this mean for the construction industry?

Cora Marla

Searching for a level playing field

23 Mar 15

Will regulatory changes make a real difference towards SMEs’ access to public sector work?

Mark Leftly

HS2: Is it worth it?

20 Mar 15

The Labour party is hedging its bets in the run-up to the election over this key infrastructure project

Michael Dall

Staying positive

20 Mar 15

The industry’s prospects remain positive despite monthly blips

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Hansom: The young ones

27 Mar 15

This week, how watching telly can inspire the next generation of construction workers; northern youth marches south; an octogenarian architect is unstoppable; and the chancellor contemplates a career change

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Letter: Help for first-time buyers and the economy

27 Mar 15

The policy advisor for the House Builders Association responds to our Budget coverage

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My digital life

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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