Issue : 22 June 2018
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Sorry lads: this rule was made for good reasonSubscription
It’s really disheartening to see ‘elf and safety’ hitting the headlines again for all the wrong reasons.
The mayor of London has warned Mace not to pass on the costs of re-cladding of the £225m Greenwich Square project onto its residents.
Construction News digital edition – 22 June 2018Subscription
Network Rail abolishes retentions under new terms: Rail client to mandate 28-day payments, introduce project bank accounts and increase supplier financial checks across Control Period 6; Skills: Fresh data and political investigations are shedding more light on the impact Brexit is having and will have on skills shortages; London’s skyline: There are more than 500 tall buildings in London’s construction pipeline, but against the backdrop of widespread skills shortages and the complications ...
Why a skilful Brexit deal is criticalSubscription
Almost two years ago to the day, the result came in: Brexit was on.
Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs’ £200m plans for a skyscraper in Manchester have been given the green light by the government.
Galliford Try has bought two major housing regeneration sites in the West Midlands worth £31m following Bouygues UK’s decision to exit the low-rise family housing sector.
Want the best talent? Then target returnersSubscription
International Women in Engineering Day this Saturday focuses attention on efforts to attract more women into our industry.
An Aecom JV has won the contract to design the University of Bristol’s £300m Enterprise Campus.
ISG wins £34m Richmond college campus jobSubscription
ISG has bagged a £34m deal to build a higher education campus in south-west London.
How UK firms will build London's 510 new towers Subscription
There are more than 500 tall buildings currently in London’s construction pipeline. But against the backdrop of widespread skills shortages and the complications of Brexit, building them is presenting fresh challenges for the industry.