Rectory Farm site aerial view

Gleeds bags roles on 110-acre scheme near Heathrow

10 Jul 17

The project will see the largest new park created in West London for over 100 years


Regions provide relief to national wobbles, T&T tender survey finds

7 Jul 17

Contractors in the North bullish about growth, despite outcome of recent General Election

housebuilders survey

Arcadis calls for cross-party collaboration to deliver on housing promises

15 Jun 17

Research from the consultant estimates that every new home constructed adds over £300,000 to the UK’s economy

housebuilders survey

Brexit and stamp duty hitting housing starts, report says

26 May 17

The cost of fitting out new homes is being affected by the fall in the value of the pound

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London drops down T&T's global costs league

16 May 17 | By Louise Dransfield

Latest global markets report from Turner & Towsend sees New York topple Zurich as the most expensive for property development


Drones: Something in the air

31 Mar 17 | By Tim Clark

Put it this way: would you rather inspect the slipform of a tall tower by dangling off the 45th storey or by sending up a drone to do the job?


Mace warns HS2 legal action still on the cards in contract dispute

30 Mar 17 | By Dave Rogers

Threat comes a day after CH2M walked away from disputed deal


Consultants salary survey 2017: The bold and the bountiful

10 Mar 17 | By David Blackman

Strong hiring intentions and employee caution post the Brexit vote mean those prepared to move jobs could be richly rewarded - as may firms prepared to be aggressive in sourcing new hires

Top 150 consultants

Top 150 consultants 2016

16 Sep 16 | By Joey Gardiner

Consultants grew their UK staff by 5% overall during the past year, but where was the biggest growth and are cuts on their way as the post-Brexit fall-out makes itself felt?


Consultants salary survey 2016: Under control?

5 Feb 16 | By Louise Dransfield

A calmer economic climate has finally let consultants slow the rate of pay growth, according to this year’s Hays Consultants’ Salary Survey. But will they be able to keep their feet on the ground?


Consultant's salary survey 2016: Structural Engineers

5 Feb 16

Structural Engineers data from this year’s Hays Consultants’ Salary Survey. A calmer economic climate has finally let consultants slow the rate of pay growth


Consultant's salary survey 2016: Environmental/Geotechnical Engineers

5 Feb 16

Environmental/Geotechnical Engineers data from this year’s Hays Consultants’ Salary Survey. A calmer economic climate has finally let consultants slow the rate of pay growth



Social housing must embrace modular

15 Jun 17 | By Mike Williams

Housing associations can make savings and get more control over supply by adopting modular

Keith Brooks

Fixing construction

3 May 17 | By Keith Brooks

BIM encourages collaboration but the industry needs to go much further and change the way things are done from the start to the end of a project

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Iain Parker

Globalisation can be a force for good

1 May 17 | By Iain Parker

This creeping anti-trade rhetoric threatens years of growing connectivity and collaboration - construction’s future relies on a healthy and global exchange of ideas

Rob Leslie-Carter

It's all about human-machine collaboration

28 Apr 17 | By Rob Leslie-Carter

As automation gains ground we will have to redesign people’s jobs but are there essential human skills required in project management? A new report explores the issues

Susannah Donaldson

What are you doing about gender pay gap reporting?

6 Apr 17 | By Susannah Donaldson

New rules on publishing gender pay gap data have come into force, and many in construction appear to be ahead of the curve in planning their strategies


Price rises from suppliers should be challenged

15 Mar 17 | By Mike Williams

Material costs are on the up but housing associations can secure better deals from the supply chain if they know how

Rennie Dalrymple

Why Mipim matters

13 Mar 17 | By Rennie Dalrymple

This year’s Mipim is set to be just as jam-packed as 2016, with about 23,000 participants from 90 countries

Sarah McCann-Bartlett

Mind the tender price gap

8 Mar 17 | By Sarah McCann-Bartlett

Cost pressures have hit new highs, creating a lag between initial project costs and the final tender price, so what’s to be done?

Helen Gough

The need for International Women's Day

7 Mar 17 | By Helen Gough

Gender equality in the workplace is not a ‘women’s issue’, the fact that it is still an aspiration has huge economic implications for us all