LATEST CONSTRUCTION 2025 NEWS
Union could hold ballot on industrial action after 91% of workers reject a 5% two-year pay deal
Analysis finds shortage of skilled staff in construction compared to other sectors of the economy
Latest RICS survey finds 51% of firms say there are insufficient workers to meet demand
GCS latest: Business secretary Vince Cable says construction must end its reliance on subcontracting and invest in apprenticeships
GCS latest: The government has extended chief construction adviser Peter Hansford’s appointment by a year
GCS latest: Government’s chief construction adviser hails industry’s shift to BIM
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The UK goes to the polls on 7 May 2015, but political parties will be forming their policies from now. So it is the time for the construction industry to tell the politicians what it needs to be able to thrive
In the first of a new series looking at the government’s vision set out in the Construction 2025 report, Building asks if the opportunities it highlights for global growth really exist
As the party conference season kicks off, Building looks at what the political parties are saying on the key areas for construction
Recovery may now be on the cards, but did we learn enough from the recession?
Government Soft Landings will apply to all central government projects by 2016 - here’s what you need to know
Can the industrial strategy succeed? Four experts address the key challenges
Twelve years from now, there will be 70% more construction work going on around the world. Building reports on the findings of Global Construction 2025
What can BIM offer facilities managment and will it have a transformative impact on building operation?
Learning from the launch of the Project Management and Full Design Team Services framework
There was more hand-wringing embarassment for the industry this week as construction bosses gave evidence on blacklisting to MPs
The number of women in construction is still woefuly low. We need to engage with schools so that children have a better idea of what construction can offer
What impact will the government’s reshuffle have on the construction sector and policy?
A great deal has changed over the last 20 years, but has the construction industry changed as much as Latham would have hoped?
Since coming to power in 2010, this government has tried to engage with the construction industry to make public spending on buildings and infrastructure leaner. Here the minister for the Cabinet Office counts the ways
… it’s just taking a long time for the construction industry to do anything about it
Despite claims that Westminster has entered a ‘zombie state’, it’s the perfect time for the industry to be putting forward policy ideas
The government’s Payment Charter takes us a step closer to fixing the industry’s ills