Issue : 26 January 2018
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Construction has been working with government to develop new apprenticeship standards since 2014. So why have only 27 of the 75 standards submitted been approved for delivery?
Week in numbers: Carillion, toilets and DubaiSubscription
Just some of the figures behind this week’s news on our continued Carillion coverage, Laing O’Rourke’s Dubai Expo deals and shocking welfare facilities statistics
CN Awards entry deadline extendedSubscription
The entry deadline for this year’s Construction News Awards has been extended to give you two more weeks to submit your outstanding work for the industry’s most prestigious accolade.
Interserve has appointed Andy McDonald as the company’s general counsel and company secretary.
Digital disrupters (often in the shape of a mobile app) such as Airbnb, Uber and WhatsApp have moved the goalposts in their industries, reordering established business models in the process.
Why Willmott Dixon is proud to support Inspire Me Subscription
We know our industry is facing up to a skills shortage. It is a crisis that has been apparent for the past five years.
CN launches 'Inspire Me' campaignSubscription
Construction News today launches its new campaign, Inspire Me, to enable women to pursue long-term careers in construction and become leaders at all level
Subcontractors have stopped work and removed equipment on some Carillion Network Rail sites, the transport body has confirmed.
Inspire Me – why CN must help to inspire changeSubscription
CN last week launched a new campaign, with a series of events and content aiming to inspire future leaders and promote the industry as being gender neutral, welcoming of women in all roles.
Retentions: It's now or neverSubscription
Write a story on retentions for Construction News and you are guaranteed a wave of comments.