Galliford Try appoints new chief executive as Truscott heads off to revive Crest Nicholson


FD Graham Prothero becomes contractor’s new boss

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Fosters' Tulip tower set to get planning green light

2019-03-26T06:00:00+00:00By Jim Dunton

City of London officials recommend approval for ‘bold and striking’ tourist attraction

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Big names slug it out for prized Olympia deal


Work on £1bn redevelopment set to start next year


Restructuring costs fail to dent brick maker's profit


Revenue at Michelmersh hits record £46m

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Construction minister quits over Brexit policy


Richard Harrington says no deal will set economy back 10 years

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T Clarke sees profit rise on back of London work


Electrical specialist’s chief tells investors not to worry about Brexit


In pictures: £75m Great Scotland Yard transformation revealed


The five-star hotel has been developed and built by Galliard

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Projects: London Screen Academy, Islington, London


Turning a former radio factory into a sixth-form film and television school proved a structural challenge for the project team


How to be good


Forget about market dynamics outside our control – here’s a plan for making sure what we can affect is done right from the start, and it’s all about good behaviours

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Construction industry gossip: Die hard

2019-03-22T06:00:00+00:00By Hansom

Why Interserve’s shareholders voted to bury the company is something of a mystery, but at least the coffee was good


Getting rooftop development right

2019-03-22T16:06:00+00:00By Dr Riette Oosthuizen

If the challenges can be overcome, then developing above London’s rooftops has the potential to help ease the capital’s housing crisis


How IPI turned collaboration from a buzzword into successful project delivery

2019-03-22T15:55:00+00:00By Natalie Clemson

Dudley Advance II was built to house a new centre for advanced building technologies; it made perfect sense for this building to use IPI


Is Brexit inadvertently taking the industry closer to Latham’s vision?

2019-03-21T06:00:00+00:00By Steven Mason

Brexit’s unusual visibility is forcing a different approach to inflationary risk management, writes Mace Cost Consultancy’s Steven Mason


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