2017-11-24T07:00:00+00:00By Joey Gardiner
Several cladding firms may have fallen in recent years, but the collapse of Lakesmere this month came as a shock. If this can happen to the biggest firm in the sector – one seemingly in robust health – how worried should the others be?
2017-10-05T06:00:00+01:00By Adam Branson
As work on HS2 gathers pace, one regional venture aims to capitalise on the potential to build in the Birmingham-Manchester corridor
Sponsored by Monodraught
By Debika Ray, Ryder Architecture
Sponsored by The Business Sprinkler Alliance, by Debika Ray
Sponsored by ecobuild
Sponsored by The Business Sprinkler Alliance
2018-06-15T06:00:00+01:00By Hamish Champ
The English planning system is in need of a total overhaul, according to the recent Raynsford review. What kind of changes might we implement to create a more straightforward system and one that puts people and communities at its core?
2018-06-01T08:20:00+01:00By Hamish Champ
Ten years on from the crash of 2008, how has the industry changed – and if another downturn strikes, will we be better placed to respond effectively?
2017-09-07T10:26:00+01:00By David Blackman
Universities’ investment in their campuses continues to be strong but for how much longer? Brexit and Labour’s election pledge to scrap fees are giving vice-chancellors the jitters.
2017-09-01T06:00:00+01:00By Mark Leftly
The Definitive Guideline to health and safety sentencing was brought into force last year, signalling larger and more discretionary fines. What is its impact so far on SMEs in particular and what does it signal for safety in the sector?
2017-08-25T06:00:00+01:00By Joey Gardiner
With the risk of taking on work rising and the pipeline of promised projects yet to materialise, is the fate of PFI as a funding mechanism up in the air?