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Ciara Walker and David Rowlinson of Arcadis consider the challenges involved in designing and building railway stations in complex operational environments, and balancing stakeholders’ competing objectives
Consultants grew their UK staff by 5% overall during the past year, but where was the biggest growth and are cuts on their way as the post-Brexit fall-out makes itself felt?
Interactive table showing the top 50 project managers, ranked by the number of UK project management staff employed by each firm
Interactive table showing the top 50 engineers, ranked by the number of UK chartered engineering staff employed by each firm
Labour cost inflation continues to be the prime driver for an overall rise in building costs, but increased material costs are also playing their part
Interactive table showing the top 50 architects, ranked by the number of chartered architectural staff employed by each firm
Interactive table showing the top 50 quantity surveyors, ranked by the number of chartered quantity surveyors employed by each firm
The latest figures for registrations, completions and approvals in the residential sector
Shifting economic and social conditions mean developers are increasingly pursuing mixed use schemes but different use classes on a project can cause complications
The construction activity index suggests workloads are contracting again, tender prices continue on a downward trend and a general pessimism clouds the employment prospects index
Figures which show the impact the EU referendum has had on the industry are starting to be released, but the picture still isn’t clear
With the emergent challenges of Brexit, how can the industry drive improved innovation, productivity and value for money through commercially responsible procurement?
Barbour ABI’s Economic Construction Market Review for August is now available to download
As we look at the Q2 figures, people are ready to blame Brexit for plunging the UK construction economy into a darker period. But the reality is more complex. Michael Hubbard of Aecom reports
The construction activity index ended Q2 at a level of 60 points, five points higher than a month earlier
The number of towers being proposed and developed in London and the UK continues to grow, as does their height
Barbour ABI’s Economic Construction Market Review for July is now available to download
Lead times have either remained the same or increased, with burgeoning workloads and enquiries and a shortage of skilled labour making further increases more likely
London and New York are two of the world’s most successful cities for business. How does commercial property development compare between the two?
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