Issue : 27 July 2018
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There’s no next-day delivery option for major infrastructure projects, but the construction industry would do well to take notes from the e-commerce boom.
McAlpine's £500m revamp: 15 years in the makingSubscription
More than a decade after plans first emerged to transform Woking town centre, Sir Robert McAlpine is now through the first 12 months of a project involving countless considerations.
When new recommendations for transport infrastructure emerge, one of the first questions asked is: how much will they cost?
Something unexpected happened when US retail giant Target altered its store design for approximately half its stock in a quest to reduce energy consumption.
The party that commences proceedings is at a significant advantage – so make sure you understand the timetable, Jerome O’Sullivan explains.
How to break the deadlock on diversitySubscription
Our industry has a voracious appetite for skilled workers.
A look at the numbers behind executive pay at the top construction plcs, a fall in workload growth, and HS2’s new COO.
Partners picked for £137m London regenerationSubscription
Countryside Development and Home Group Developments have been selected as the development partners for a £137m regeneration scheme in north London.
Ex-Costain rail boss named Aspin chairmanSubscription
Ground engineering firm Aspin has brought in former Costain rail boss Gren Edwards as its new chairman.
Construction News digital edition – 27 July 2018Subscription
NEWS: HS2 civils start delayed another three months as notice to proceed for the £6.6bn deals is moved from the start of March to June 2019, in order to provide contractors with more time to finalise designs; PROJECT: How Lovell is beating the private sector for the Ministry of Defence through its Salisbury Plain Army Basing Programme work; FEATURE: Best-paid executives at construction plcs – corporate pay packets are being scrutinised like never before. We analyse the accounts of the ...