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Survival of the fittest: consultants in rude health - for now


Our Top 150 league shows consultants have enjoyed a strong year – but how long will the good times last?

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To boost female representation, civil engineering must tackle a more fundamental perception challenge


To attract female talent, civil engineers need to become more than the unsung heroes of the built environment

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The not so new kids on the block


Smaller consultancies’ larger mid-sized competitors have a choice to make: continue going global or get down on the ground on service and price to win

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Gender pay gap: The data is bad, so what will you do about it?

2018-04-05T06:00:00+01:00By 1 comments

Women working for construction firms take home lower average earnings than men - that’s a fact, but one that shouldn’t be tolerated


International Women in Engineering Day: Why engineering

2017-06-23T13:08:00+01:00By Zahra Ghaffari

The construction sector can combat pre-conceived ideas of a male-dominated industry to increase the breadth of opportunities there are for women in engineering


Social housing must embrace modular

2017-06-15T10:29:00+01:00By Mike Williams

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

Keith Brooks

Fixing construction

2017-05-03T06:00:00+01:00By Keith Brooks2 comments

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

Iain Parker

Globalisation can be a force for good


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

2017-04-28T10:29:00+01:00By 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?

2017-04-06T11:10:00+01:00By 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

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