Peter Vinden, Chief Executive of the Vinden Partnership, offers his thoughts on the principles which underpin the requirements of an expert report.
The UK’s largest union, Unite, has launched a blueprint in the hopes of tackling bandit capitalism in the UK economy and putting an end to future Carillion-style collapses.
BAM Construction has been selected as the main contractor for the construction of Facebook’s new headquarters building at the King’s Cross development in London.
Kier has been appointed by The Pirbright Institute to deliver a new £50m research facility at its Surrey headquarters in a project which forms part of Pirbright’s wider redevelopment of its campus.
Lettings management director, Kari Jade Ridout has been banned from management for six years after failing to protect tenant's deposits.
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has launched its “Improving Quality in the Built Environment” report, to identify what promotes or prevents delivery of quality in construction.
The latest government figures published today show that there are currently more than 80,000 households in temporary accommodation.
Professional services firm WYG has achieved ISO 44001 certification for its work on the Army Basing Programme (ABP) for the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO).
Network Rail and RIBA Competitions have announced the winner and highly commended entry in the competition seeking new design ideas for footbridges.
Plans for a £330m regeneration development in Edgbaston, Birmingham, moved one step closer to launch, with the submission of a Reserved Matters Application.
GRAHAM has been appointed as the contractor on the new i9 office development set in the heart of the City of Wolverhampton Interchange.
Balfour Beatty has released its latest trading update, revealing that it has managed to achieve its goal of 2-3% industry standard margins.
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee's report warns that the construction sector will struggle to meet housing demand.
Birmingham has exceeded the annual housebuilding targets over the last three years by 108%, revealing that confidence in the housing market in the city is improving.