Controversial government procurement framework finally ready despite T&T’s compensation claim
Contractor challenged Hammersmith and Fulham council decision to appoint Mitie to £177m housing maintenance contract
Survey finds long payment terms and late payment remain rife in the industry
Dean Webster, aged 55, steps down from consultant’s board after 34 years with firm
HS2 Ltd, Osborne and Gardiner & Theobald are among the firms announcing promotions and appointments this week
Construction’s recovery was always going to bring higher wages and the upward pressure on salaries is almost countrywide
Complex projects are increasingly relying on off-site manufacturing to help deliver schemes on time and budget. But a new kind of supply chain creates new kinds of risks
Bonds have long been established as part of the contracting process. But there may be advantages to sourcing them from insurance providers rather than banks
Defining what is a building – or more specifically a construction operation – is not as easy as you think
What effects would the outbreak of war on the international construction market?
Goldman Sachs’ proposed headquarters is being hindered by two right to light disputes. But should the City of London Corporation use its powers to override these rights?
National standards are part of the government’s drive to cut costs, but will there be other consequences?
The latest in our CPD series considers the importance of unitised curtain walling, design considerations as well as legislation and testing issues. This module is sponsored by Reynaers Aluminium
The latest module in our CPD series considers the importance of consistent, accurate data in the BIM process, and the key role played by manufacturers in providing it. This module is sponsored by British Gypsum
Radiant panels can be used as an alternative to traditional convectors to heat and cool buildings. This module, sponsored by Zehnder, examines their benefits, design considerations and most common applications
Global construction is set to boom over the next decade, so where are UK construction consultants most in demand?
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
More and more construction professionals who want to gain a competitive edge to progress their careers are turning to distance learning. Just don’t think of it as the easy option