Friday19 December 2014


Sarah Richardson

We will go to the ball

19 Dec 14

Before 2014 draws to a close, it’s important to look at how the sector can get the most out of 2015

Sarah Richardson

So how did it do?

12 December 2014

With its five-year term almost up, how has the government performed overall when it comes to construction?

Sarah Richardson

Coming soon

28 Nov 14

George Osborne’s Autumn Statement is unlikely to be a blockbuster, but there will be plenty for the sector to look out for

Sarah Richardson

From shambles to fiasco

14 Nov 14

This week’s bad news story about the government’s £750m consultants framework is just the latest in a series of disasters

Sarah Richardson

Looking north

31 Oct 14

The chancellor’s pledge to drive a ‘northern powerhouse’ economy and backing for a north-east-north-west high-speed rail line offer welcome prospects for work

Sarah Richardson

Music to our ears

26 Sep 14

The Labour party gathering in Manchester has set the tone for debate and the mood music for the sector is encouraging

Sarah Richardson

Tension at the heart of government policy

4 Dec 14

Aside from stamp duty reform, the story for construction in the Autumn Statement was a continuation of the narrative under the coalition, rather than a radical overhaul

Sarah Richardson

Seize the day

21 Nov 14

BIM must be properly adopted sooner rather than later if the sector is to fully benefit

Sarah Richardson

Steering through to the silver linings

7 Nov 14

Profit warnings, management team restructuring and problem jobs may be making the headlines. But there are still positives to take from the industry’s current standing

Joey Gardiner

Nearly there

10 Oct 14

The go-ahead on the Hinkley nuclear project is a huge boost for the UK construction industry, though there remains one potential roadblock

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