Costain has been awarded a technology contract to design, install and implement one of the UK’s first pilot connected vehicle corridors on a live road
Kier's training and careers initiative set out to provide greater opportunities within the construction sector and to close the skills gap.
Network Rail is seeking suppliers to provide design, technical and engineering consultancy services worth up to £650m across its Design Services Framework
Recent research has revealed that one in two workers within the construction and plumbing industries are not doing anything to help their stress management.
Thousands of drivers in Congleton are set to benefit from faster journeys thanks to a new bypass
The GDPR and the Hackitt Review may deal with very different areas but both call for systemic change in business processes and putting people at the heart of decision-making. Jonathan Hunter, chief operating officer of Elecosoft, looks at the similarities between the new European law and a post-Grenfell world
Lincoln is using a purpose-built online heritage database to help planners, developers and property owners understand the city’s historic environment while protecting its rich heritage. Kieron Manning of the City of Lincoln Council and Annabel Enriquez of the Getty Conservation Institute discuss the project’s development
According to recent research form Arcadis, Britain's construction sector needs younger generations to get join the industry to meet growing demands.
Thousands of households earning more than £100,000 a year are benefitting from the government’s Help to Buy scheme to get on the property ladder, leading to calls for the programme to be reformed
The government has revealed it will provide funding for the completion of building work at Midland Metropolitan Hospital after work stopped following the collapse of original contractor Carillion
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s plans to deliver 10,000 council homes over the next four years are a welcome step in the right direction but much more needs to be done in order to tackle the capital’s housing crisis, says Matthew Good, director of planning at WYG
Thousands of social housing association tenants are being given the chance to realise their dream of home ownership, with the launch of the Midlands Voluntary Right to Buy Pilot
The development of Mercers Walk in London presented a number of challenges, from a complex construction programme to archaeological activity on site. Senior project manager Gerry Lavelle discusses how the scheme was brought in on budget and ahead of time
The Greater London Authority has confirmed the 29 developers and builders for its new London Development Panel (LDP2)