The Grenfell public inquiry started this week and shed new light on several personal tragedies.
The people in our cities have incredibly varied lifestyles.
The publication of the Hackitt Review into Building Regulations and fire safety marks the first step post-Grenfell for the industry to recover public confidence in the safety of the buildings they live and work in.
The joint report on Carillion from the business and works and pensions select committees was what we all expected.
Every working day, two construction workers take their own lives.
“Carillion’s business model was an unsustainable dash for cash… The company largely got its way.”
There’s a change in the air for the engineering sector.
Last month the Cabinet Office unveiled plans to exclude suppliers with poor payment practices from winning major government contracts. But could this inadvertently increase the chances of main contractor insolvency?
Construction material prices have been steadily increasing since the EU referendum in June 2016.
Press coverage of Carillion’s demise illustrated the impact it had on the whole country – a stark reminder of the construction sector’s importance.
Land for housing is a political hot potato right now, with the Letwin review in full swing to determine how to use it more efficiently.
Male site workers in construction are three times more likely to due by suicide than the average for UK men. So what can be done?
Transport secretary Chris Grayling is facing a raft of questions over accountant EY’s overlapping work for HS2 and Carillion.
Labour has pledged to overhaul financial regulations to avoid another Carillion-style collapse.
MPs that investigated Carillion have rejected a plea by the firm’s former finance boss to alter their report over alleged comments he made about its pension schemes.
Construction took a kicking last week.
Groundwork specialists are increasingly taking on all enabling works up to superstructure and achieving big margins. Is this the future?
Gender pay gap: Reaction
Construction has the largest gender pay gap of any UK industry. But behind the data, why is this issue business-critical and what do the experiences of women in the sector reveal about the challenges we must tackle?
Directors, regulators, accountants – there are many targets in the crosshairs of MPs in the savage and wide-ranging report into Carillion’s collapse, published today.
MPs have published a timeline charting the build-up to Carillion’s collapse as part of the joint inquiry’s final report on the contractor.
KPMG’s administrator’s proposals have revealed that three of the Lagan companies put into administration at the beginning of March were liable for a total of £29.4m.
Interserve finally reported its long-awaited annual results today, which revealed a £244m pre-tax loss.
Today Construction News revealed the performance scores of Network Rail’s top contractors.
Kier reported a healthy rise in half-year profit and revenue this morning, while pointing to a positive full-year outlook.
Leo Quinn was notably relaxed in front of analysts today – even smiling at one point – as he unveiled the work he is doing to steer Balfour Beatty’s continued turnaround.
As Laing O’Rourke reveals its latest financial results, CN looks back over the key appointments, departures, projects and bids from the past 12 months.
Former Carillion bosses appeared in front of the public accounts committee to discuss lessons learned from the contractor’s collapse. Here are five things we learned.
Something very unusual happened yesterday evening at the launch party of Construction News’ Inspire Me campaign.
Lagan Construction announced today that four of its major contracting businesses were in administration, putting 200 jobs at risk.
Following Mark Carne’s announcement that he will be retiring later this year, CN assesses the biggest obstacles his successor will need to tackle during CP6 and beyond.