Issue : 19 October 2018
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A look behind the numbers as Parliament’s revamp gets an updated timetable and Balfour Beatty is selected as sole contractor on a multi-billion-pound framework.
Make hails VR influence for planning U-turnSubscription
Make has hailed the use of virtual reality for helping overturn a planning refusal of its proposed 46-storey Isle of Dogs residential tower.
HS2 considered adding a company to its £2.75bn rolling stock shortlist in a bid to resolve a High Court claim, documents from a legal challenge against the client’s procurement processes have alleged.
Booming Manchester: 5 projects to watchSubscription
Manchester is providing a wealth of work for contractors to target – but who is already working on the city’s biggest schemes and which jobs should companies keep an eye on?
Kier financial director: ‘We wil be shorted until after Brexit’; PROJECT: Galliford starts its hardest phase on eight-year Riverside Quarter development next to the Thames; FUTURE MODEL: A framework devised in Scotland is making waves on England’s south coast
Real solutions to the gender shortfallSubscription
VolkerWessels UK chief finance officer Naomi Connell knows a thing or two about challenging working environments.
The £4bn restoration of the Houses of Parliament has edged closer after a draft bill to establish the statutory bodies to oversee work was published today.
Contractors are bracing for rising costs over the next 12 months but order books continue to grow, according to Turner & Townsend’s latest market intelligence report.
Two private rented sector projects that will deliver a total of 425 homes have won planning permission from local authorities in Belfast and Sheffield.
RG Group has landed the contract to build a new student housing tower in Leeds, which is set to become the tallest building in Yorkshire.