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The initial market reaction to the Brexit vote was muted, with output soon recovering strongly, but the trend seems likely to have turned, just as our exit from the EU is imminent. Michael Hubbard of Aecom reports
Civil engineering activity finally returned to growth in September, after four months of contraction, while the other sectors stayed steady
Values in the workplace are changing, which in turn means that what occupiers want from an office building is also evolving rapidly
With workload and enquiries remaining level, lead times stayed steady for all except two packages – both were driven higher by pressure on design and manufacturing resources
Construction output in the second quarter of 2018 rose by 1% compared with last year, but most sectors seem to be feeling the growing uncertainty around Brexit
Activity indices rose in August for all sectors except civil engineering, which hit its lowest level for six months
Arcadis’ Will Waller analyses the 2018 Arcadis annual survey of global construction costs
Material and labour prices are continuing to rise, but global economic uncertainty may affect the numbers in future
Activity, employment prospects and demand are all showing slower growth, with the cost of labour, materials shortages and financial constraints on the rise.
With government pushing the offsite agenda and a growing housing sector needing to access new capacity, how can clients position themselves to take advantage of the benefits of offsite construction?
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