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Galliford Try,

Galliford Try reveals construction restructure now complete

Galliford Try has revealed the restructuring of its construction arm is complete, as it expects to meet full-year profit.
welfare facilities, R&S Builders Health and Safety

Construction company fined for insufficient welfare facilities

A Stockport construction company has been prosecuted after failing to ensure suitable welfare facilities were provided for workers on site.
Casey Rutland, UK BIM Alliance,

UK BIM Alliance announces new vice chair

Casey Rutland, UK director of digital at Royal Haskoning DHV has joined the UK BIM Alliance executive team as vice chair.
construction projects, AI,

Technology alliance to harness AI on major construction projects

Mott MacDonald, Endeavour Programme and WT Partnership have formed a technology alliance to harness artificial intelligence (AI) to prevent time and cost overruns on construction projects.
Clement Canopy, modular construction,

World’s tallest modular tower complete in Singapore

Bouygues Batiment International and Dragages Singapore have completed the construction of the world’s tallest modular buildings, the Clement Canopy buildings in Singapore.
Midlands to crewe, HS2, Midlands connect, High Speed Rail

MPs HS2 vote sends strong message to new PM

Yesterday MPs voted in favour to pass the High Speed Rail (West Midlands to Crewe) Bill through the Report Stage of parliament, by 263 votes to 17.
Camden Goods Yard regeneration,

Joint venture to deliver Camden Goods Yard regeneration

Subject to formalising contracts, One Housing has selected Countryside as a preferred development partner to enter into a joint venture partnership to deliver Camden Goods Yard regeneration.
Ian Wylie

Mace’s co-founder sadly passes away

Ian Wylie, Mace deputy chairman and one of the company’s founders, sadly passed away on Thursday 4 July.
domestic reverse VAT, subcontractors, construction,

VAT domestic reverse charge: Cashflow implications for subcontractors

Construction can be a tough old game for subcontractors and HMRC’s plans to introduce a domestic reverse charge on certain building and construction activities from 1 October 2019 is certainly not going to make life any easier for them!
New commissioners, Dame Kate Barker, Edwina Dunn,

Geospatial commission appoints four new commissioners

Four new commissioners will join the Board of the Geospatial Commission alongside its chair, Sir Andrew Dilnot, and deputy chair, Nigel Clifford.
Construction Industry Brexit Survey,

The Construction Industry Brexit Survey

With the UK due to leave the European Union on 31 October, PBC Today has launched a survey to take the pulse of the architecture, engineering and construction sector.
Housing First, Isle of Wight,

Isle of Wight launches ‘Housing First’ project

A new Housing First project has been launched on the Isle of Wight to help rough sleepers with complex needs get off the streets and into affordable housing.
NVF2F, cladding support,

SFS launches NVF2F system to support rainscreen installation

SFS, specialists in building envelope systems has launched its new generation NVF2F vertical cladding support system.
RAF Lakenheath, US Air Force, Kier, VolkerFitzpatrick

Construction begins on F-35 infrastructure at RAF Lakenheath

Work has started on buildings that will be home to two US Air Force F-35 squadrons at RAF Lakenheath, DIO awarded a contract worth £160m to Kier.

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