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The government has put its all behind its manifesto commitment to provide 500 free schools, with £10bn of funding to back it up
The prospect of Brexit may not have stalled the wave of tall buildings under construction, but the market for towers is set to change as prime resi slumps
Put it this way: would you rather inspect the slipform of a tall tower by dangling off the 45th storey or by sending up a drone to do the job?
The annual results of the big contractors have shown an industry in somewhat shaky shape to withstand the inevitable challenge of exiting the EU
Work on Hinkley C’s construction may be about to start but hopes for a whole new fleet of power stations are at risk after a ‘crisis’ in market confidence triggered by EDF’s Hinkley delivery problems
Our Building a Better Brexit campaign asked over 2,000 construction professionals what could make leaving the EU work for them
The lack of a consistent approach to BIM software product data means that exchanges can be inaccurate and cause problems
The chancellor has now ditched his planned increase to the self-employeds’ NI contributions, but what would the impact have been on 40% of construction’s workforce?
The UK region most hard-hit by the economic crash and the most reliant on EU trade, Northern Ireland is preparing for another body blow as Brexit negotiations threaten to put a barrier between it and its neighbour, the Republic of Ireland
Industry gives a mixed reaction to the government’s latest technical training initiative
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