Young people now entering the industry hold the keys to its future – let’s listen to them
Crossrail’s was supposed to be a good news story for construction - so what went wrong?
As new academic year starts, for the schools construction sector there is worry about the amount of work coming onto their books
While it’s a grim picture for contracting, individual firms are starting to fight back. But the uncertainty of Brexit still looms large over the industry
Women working for construction firms take home lower average earnings than men - that’s a fact, but one that shouldn’t be tolerated
It’s Carillion’s bosses and ex-bosses who have real questions to answer
Uncertain times mean that staff are looking for job security, while the very best recently got their day in the sun at the Building Awards
Activity on site remains high, but the fall in contract awards after the EU referendum is happening now
In construction, time is money. An extra expense for both the client and the contractor can often lead to disputes.
New construction contract awards picked up in August, after the dip in July