Contractors’ spokesperson says more than 450 claimants have settled out of court
Members of engineer’s scheme advised by Maxwell scandal veteran as parent firm hints at pension restructure
National Apprenticeship Week: Number of new apprentices hits pre-recession levels
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?
Building’s student panel from Nottingham Trent share their thoughts on the building in Blackburn
A recent judgment in the TCC looks at what can go wrong when parties add scheduled payments into a construction contract
Two important consultations on how property is registered in this country are currently under way. Can we risk the Land Registry being run by private sector firms?
JCT’s attempts to simplify construction insurance still has its limitations
It is an offence for employers not to pay the National Living Wage. Construction firms will have to examine contractual arrangements
In this case from the oil and gas industry, a contractor tries to recover costs for its own negligence
Can Singapore rival London as the forum of choice to resolve construction contract disputes?
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This CPD will focus on ISO 9001 and on how firms can ensure their quality management systems are compliant as they become BIM Level 2 ready. It is sponsored by Newforma
Secondary glazing offers a range of benefits for both new builds and refurbishments. This CPD highlights the key design considerations. It is sponsored by Selectaglaze
This CPD focuses on key aspects of a healthy working environment, as they relate to the design and specification of suspended ceiling tiles. It is sponsored by Armstrong Ceilings
New legislation will mean firms have to publish how much both male and female employees are paid. Will this be the end of the gender pay gap?
It took Andy Steele just five years to transform Connaught into a £240m-turnover sensation. Can he pull it off again?
Three times as many people are leaving the industry each year as are joining, so today’s skills crisis is set to get a lot worse