Rebecca Evans's stories
Share the love for an industry on the riseSubscription
We all have days or weeks at work we particularly enjoy, knowing they will challenge or inspire us, reminding us why we love our jobs.
BIM progress must not breed complacencySubscription
The adoption of BIM in the UK is a very good story – so far.
This week, I climbed to the top of Battersea Power Station.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has offered to work with his political opponents on 10-year agreements to support “all major infrastructure projects” to prevent them being derailed by a change of government.
It's what you think that mattersSubscription
On Construction News we have a digital-first approach to publishing. This has been the position for the last few years but, as with all things digital, it evolves from month to month – sometimes even day to day – as we learn what you find most useful.
Thrills and skillsSubscription
I like a bit of maths, but today’s CITB announcement that it’s going to train more than 45,000 housebuilders over the next three years via a £2.7m initiative was too easy to be true.
Balfour Beatty’s tanker may finally be turningSubscription
Most chief executives who’d presided over a £206m loss in 2015 wouldn’t be sounding too chipper – if they even still had a job.
Chaotic pipeline should not cloud legacy focusSubscription
In a week when it feels as if half of the UK’s major infrastructure projects – present and planned – are mired in chaos, it’s worth asking if there is a better way to do things.
Standing together in the face of tragedySubscription
The first images and video of the collapse at Didcot Power Station last week were instantly shocking.
Seize your destiny - the market is shiftingSubscription
What does Essential Living’s move to scrap its main contractor framework tell us about the outlook for tier one contractors?