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A considered response to this nation’s horrorSubscription
The Grenfell public inquiry started this week and shed new light on several personal tragedies.
Outgoing Civil Aviation Authority boss Andrew Haines has been named as Network Rail’s new chief executive, taking over from Mark Carne.
“Carillion’s business model was an unsustainable dash for cash… The company largely got its way.”
Construction at the heart of communitiesSubscription
It’s rare you hear of praise from the public about the way construction firms go about their business.
Essential Living founder joins London firmSubscription
Former Essential Living chief operating officer Martin Bellinger has been named chairman of London developer-contractor Guildmore.
Former Northern Ireland secretary James Brokenshire has replaced Sajid Javid as housing secretary, following Mr Javid’s move to become home secretary.
Miller Homes will hit its target of building 4,000 homes annually through its new operations in the West Midlands, its chief executive has said.
Keller wins £28m deal on Algerian power plantSubscription
Keller has won a £28m deal on an Algerian combined cycle power plant.
The idea that retentions be held in deposit, as proposed by parts of the industry and Peter Aldous MP through the Aldous Bill, is a worthy idea that demands consideration.
More than 500 tall buildings planned for LondonSubscription
The number of tall buildings planned for London has swelled to more than 500, with the potential to deliver more than 100,000 homes.
Construction finance specialist at invoice finance provider Bibby Financial Services Jason Heath outlines the results of the group's report looking at the business landscape in 2020.
Views from the Autodesk BIM conference 2011
The cabinet met this afternoon to discuss its response to the nuclear emergency in Japan.
The most impressive queues at Ecobuild 2011 have generally been reserved for people looking for a caffeine fix.
If you wanted proof that green building can lead to employment, look no further than the numbers of staff at Ecobuild 2011.
It’s May 2010 and a new coalition government has entered Downing Street. Flowers are in bloom, lambs are a-springing (allegedly) and newly elected Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his intention to make this the “greenest government ever”.