Issue : 2 February 2018
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Lyndon Scaffolding was once Carillion’s go-to scaffolder before cutting its ties. CEO Robert Lynch outlines what needs to change following the firm’s demise.
Is it possible to create artificial memories of trauma using VR, with the aim of influencing scaffolders to develop risk adverse behaviour?
Modular revolution: Keeping scaffolding up to speed Subscription
As with so many industries, construction has seen significant advances in recent years
Apprentice of the Year – Finalists Subscription
This year’s award is contested by apprentices from across the trades who have all demonstrated excellent promise, commitment and initiative.
Demolition Specialist of the Year – Finalists Subscription
This year’s finalists are made up of firms who have excelled in recycling, carbon reduction and staff development.
The safety and welfare of employees is a critical area of focus – and these eight finalists are leading the way.
Training Excellence – FinalistsSubscription
Upskilling is one of the most crucial areas of the industry and all seven of these specialists are leading the way in training their workforces.
Construction insolvencies rise in 2017 Subscription
Construction insolvencies jumped 8 per cent to 2,633 in the year to 30 September 2017, according to new research.
Coleman Group changes MD and chairmanSubscription
Coleman Group, the demolition firm involved in the Didcot collapse, has undergone a management shake-up that sees its chairman stepping down after 55 years.
McLaren’s turnover jumped 25 per cent to £600.3m in 2016/17, with the firm stating that an expected Brexit slowdown failed to materialise.