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Turner & Townsend warns businesses to secure resilient supply chains as tender price forecasts point towards a rise of 8.5% in 2022.
Stereotypes of construction workers may be harming perceptions of the industry and contributing to a waning workforce and skills shortages.
From stock shortages to the skills gap, the construction industry has faced all manner of challenges due to the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit. Adrian Buttress, managing director at PermaGroup, discusses his approach to the ongoing crisis and how he’s been tackling it head on.
Ben Griffiths, operations director of the Rye Group, talks about the current state/challenges of the demolition industry and what it should expect in 2022.
The building engineering sector cannot replicate the past in its effort to solve the skills shortages – it is time for meaningful change in construction recruitment, say several leading industry figures.
As the year-end rolls in, some of the UK’s leading construction industry professionals have provided their insights on the past year, and the hopes, fears, challenges and opportunities they feel the coming year might bring.
Who bears the liability for any increased construction costs caused by the national fuel crisis? Sarah Wilson, construction partner at Bevan Brittan takes a look at what parties to the contract need to consider.
The CLC has called for a review of the occupations eligible for a visa and an immediate update to the shortage occupations list to include HGV drivers.
Being in the construction industry is an endless battle between pleasing the client and facing external challenges. As we now approach the end of the last round of lockdown restrictions (hopefully), The Access Group takes a look at the challenges in the construction industry in 2021.
In a joint statement, John Newcomb, CEO of the Builders Merchants Federation and Peter Caplehorn, CEO of the Construction Products Association have warned that a shortage of lorry drivers is escalating the materials crisis.
Can a party adjudicate and enforce an adjudicator’s decision in the courts of England and Wales if the contract is subject to a foreign jurisdiction clause?
Covid-19, Brexit and booming demand are combining to drive up prices for the essential materials the UK’s construction sector desperately needs. Bluebeam takes a look at the 2021 building materials shortage.
Association for Project Management (APM) has launched a new report Future Trends: Tackling Climate Change, revealing the views of the project profession on climate change and its role in addressing the key challenges.
With increasing pressure on deadlines and margins, how can the housebuilding industry adapt its approach to mitigate the impact of these unprecedented factors? Here, Carol Massay, head of construction at The Access Group, explains the role of technology in keeping construction on track.
In the wake of Covid-19, an explosion of LADs disputes is almost inevitable. Bill Barton, director at Barton Legal explores what contractors can do to protect themselves.
Building product manufacturers seeking certification to supply British and European markets can fast-track marking applications following major agreements between the British Board of Agrément (BBA) and European Notified Bodies (NBs).
Construction output increased in April, but builders faced the sharpest rise in cost inflations since 1997.
This ebook from The Access Group looks at the challenging conditions for construction over the past year, both in terms of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic and in navigating a complex supply chain picture.
In uncertain and challenging times, having access to accurate, reliable and up-to-date information is vital in helping project teams react and adapt to often quickly changing conditions on site.
Dr Poologanathan, head of structural engineering at Northumbria University, discusses the increasingly vital role of MMC in addressing issues such as the UK housing crisis, emergency healthcare infrastructure and the future of safe and sustainable modular construction.
Homes England and development partners Atkins and Faithful+Gould have finalised the research themes for its six-year, 1,800 home MMC research commission.
The UK construction sector returned to growth in February, as new orders regain momentum and commercial projects are ‘woken from their slumber’.
London Belgravia Brokers takes a look at the outlook for the insurance and construction sectors in 2021.
The government has unveiled an ambitious plan for the Oxford-Cambridge Arc that will help to create thousands of jobs, drive investment, protect and enhance the environment.
UK construction output dropped slightly in January, as the third national lockdown leads to hesitancy across the industry.
While there are challenges ahead for the sector which is set to grow by a quarter of million workers in the next four years, the construction industry will provide more opportunities for British workers, as the number of migrant workers falls, CITB’s annual Migration Survey showed.