Will Brexit make the construction skills shortage even worse? Smart construction companies are outsourcing specialised areas such as waste management to an expert partner.
If your GPS tracking system helped you take on more work each week – and if overtime payments could be reduced by several hours – what would your return be per employee?
In response to industry criticism, the government has revealed several measures it hopes will rescue its failing Apprenticeship Levy scheme
Willmott Dixon’s finance director, Philip Wainwright, has been replaced by former trainee of the year Graham Dundas
This week in Manchester, Barbara Res – the woman appointed by Donald Trump in 1980 to manage the construction of Trump Tower – spoke to people in the construction industry about the challenges of being an engineer on one of the world’s most iconic buildings, along with the issues faced by women in construction
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has announced the new members of its Nation Councils for England, Scotland and Wales
The construction sector has slumped to 12th place on the list of top jobs for people aged 22-29, according to data from the Office of National Statistics
As the growth of local construction business Mick George Ltd continues, the Group has welcomed a new Senior Manager to the helm of its Human Resources department
The Digital Awards are designed to showcase excellence and best practice for both clients and the increasing numbers of engineers, contractors and manufacturers who use digital engineering to deliver better outcomes
McDonald Engineers UK has unveiled ambitious growth plans, as it aims to double in size within 5 years and sees the company change its name to McDonald Water Storage As part of this expansion and new branding, Jason Hobson, previously Managing Director of Gledhill, has been appointed as Divisional Director,...
The 5% Club, an employer-led initiative focused on creating momentum behind the recruitment of apprentices and graduates into the workforce, recently issued its latest report urging business leaders and government to drive social mobility
The Considerate Constructors Scheme is calling on the construction industry to improve the public’s perception of the sector through the use of social media
SME house builders predict that skills shortages in the construction industry will hinder housing delivery and eventually overtake access to finance as a bigger barrier to building new homes, according to new research by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB)
ISG is launching the UK’s first A-level alternative for construction to entice more young people into the industry