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The Construction Products Association (CPA) is the leading organisation that represents and champions construction product manufacturers and suppliers.
Despite escalating cost pressures and ongoing supply chain issues, the construction products manufacturing sector expanded for a fifth consecutive quarter in Q3 2021.
Contractors are being warned to prepare for significant price increases for ceramic products, glass, steel, bricks and concrete as energy costs soar.
The UK is facing increased delays in securing bricks and blocks, as the shortage of HGV drivers and price increases continue to impact the materials crisis.
The Code for Construction Product Information (CCPI) has been launched to raise standards in construction product information.
John Newcomb, CEO of the BMF and Peter Caplehorn, CEO of the CPA said the materials crisis has temporarily eased due to the holiday period and customers delaying or cancelling projects.
As demand for construction products remains high, the Builders Merchants Federation and Construction Products Association have warned that availability issues are likely to worsen before they improve.
Despite the government putting industry at the centre of its recovery plans, the full impact of Covid-19 is expected to spell uncertainty for the construction industry.
As plaster shortages continue to plague the construction industry, the BMF and the Construction Products Association have joined forces to support the sector.
Total construction output in the UK is anticipated to plummet by 25% during 2020, according to the Construction Products Association (CPA).
Output figures for Britain’s construction industry are expected to be less than previously, giving concerns about the ability to deliver on major projects.
Activity in the construction products manufacturing sector has weakened in Q2 2019, with heavy side manufacturers reporting a fall in sales, according to CPA’s State of Trade Survey.
Figures from 2018 reveal the value of construction contracts awarded in the Northern Powerhouse totalled £13.2bn, a decrease of 24% on the previous year.
The construction products manufacturing sector reported favourable results in the first quarter of 2019, with continued growth in the sales of products and materials.
Peter Caplehorn, deputy chief executive and policy director at Construction Products Association (CPA) takes a look at how the Hackitt review has impacted the construction products sector.
The construction industry experienced a mixed quarter for sales, output and new orders in the final three months of 2018, according to a quarterly survey by the Construction Products Association (CPA).
The outlook for the UK’s construction industry has been downgraded, as Brexit-related uncertainty intensifies, according to the Construction Products Association’s latest forecasts.
Following a weather-related boost to construction activity in Q2 of 2018, the industry has experienced modest growth; however, a rise in costs appears to be reducing profit margins,
Predicted growth for the UK’s construction industry in 2019 has been lowered following falling order levels and Brexit uncertainty
Five regions across the UK are reaping the benefits of the HS2 project work, as latest data by Barbour ABI and the Construction Products Association (CPA) sheds light on the levels of construction value across Great Britain in 2017
The Construction Products Association’s State of Trade Survey for 2018 Q2 shows that the £56bn UK construction products industry is making up for activity lost during the adverse weather conditions in the first three months of the year
Latest economic forecasts from the Construction Products Association (CPA) reinforce its view that 2018 will likely see no growth in industry output, however, the picture for 2019 looks a little better
Build UK, the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA), and the Construction Products Association (CPA), are calling on Government to abolish the practice of retention...
For seven years, NBS has chartered the rise of BIM within the UK design community, but this week launched its first report into the views of construction product manufacturers
A new survey suggests 2017 saw a strong start to the first quarter, despite construction costs continuing to rise
Peter Caplehorn, Deputy CE and Policy Director of the CPA believes in the value of digital technologies to create an efficient and modern construction industry. He spoke to BIM Today and outlined the progress made in BIM adoption and consistent product data
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