Battersea warnings expose affordable faultlinesSubscription
Cast your mind back to last summer and imagine a vast site beside the Thames at a standstill.
Kier’s presentation problemSubscription
Kier, I’m afraid to say, has a real presentation problem.
Spurs: Whose risk is it anyway?Subscription
Spurs chief executive Daniel Levy is a renowned negotiator.
Don't believe Theresa May's housing hypeSubscription
Is there any part of the industry that has seen more false dawns over the past decade than the housing sector?
Cladding chaos and the folly of quick fixesSubscription
In the aftermath of a tragedy, it is often tempting to seek simple answers to difficult questions, to point to one thing and say, ‘That’s the problem’.
The two big Kier betsSubscription
Kier will release its annual results on Thursday and the big bets are split over which way the numbers will go.
CIL bill gives Battersea the bluesSubscription
As far as the former boss of Battersea Power Station’s redevelopment is concerned, the law is an ass.
Tier ones dreaming of 'test tube' marginsSubscription
Galliford Try construction chief executive Bill Hocking used an interesting metaphor to explain tier one margins when I spoke to him this morning.
I’ve found a lot of people in the industry have an “I built that” story.
Help us investigate: Drugs and alcoholSubscription
In 2016, the Considerate Constructors Scheme revealed some worrying research.
Time to break out the fine China?Subscription
Malaysia’s new administration is cancelling Chinese state-backed projects, as it tries to wean itself off its neighbour’s friends-with-benefits investment policy.