Issue : 22 February 2019
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How rotating lasers can drive productivitySubscription
Construction equipment and services specialist Hilti claims a deal to supply tool-hire giant HSS with rotating trade lasers could drive a step-change in industry productivity
Apprentice of the Year: Finalists Subscription
This year’s batch of apprentices have all proven themselves as hard-working, keen members of their respectives teams, each bringing something different as the new generation in construction starts to appear
Demolition Specialist of the Year: Finalists Subscription
These specialists have stood out in a complex field, and have implemented a number of initiatives to boost health & safety, and efficiencies
These scaffolding specialists have all worked on some of the biggest projects in the country, and have brought something a little extra to what are already complex builds
Project management takes leadership – especially for women in the male-dominated construction industry. Here are some tips on how to thrive
Innovation of the Year (Contractor): FinalistsSubscription
Equipment, plant and health & safety innovation, these are the contractors up for the Innovation of the Year category
Twentytwo’s elevators have become an integral part of its efficient delivery
This year’s Ground Engineering shortlist features firms that have sought innovations to achieve significant cost savings, as well as initiatives devised to increase health & safety on site.
Wates CEO: May’s deal better for constructionSubscription
Theresa May’s Brexit deal would be better for business than no deal, the chief executive of Wates has said.
Digital Construction Excellence: Finalists Subscription
Apps, high-definition video, and breakthroughs in in-house training, the following firms have proved they are worth their place on this year’s Digital Construction Excellence category