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The new intake started work in Somerset at HOST, a local business providing hotel quality accommodation for the thousands of workers now busy on site.
Approved Inspector and building control specialist, Ball & Berry, has further bolstered its senior management team with the appointment of regional director, Richard Cymler.
Leading timber specialist, James Donaldson & Sons Ltd, has appointed Luke Roberts as managing director for Donaldson Timber Engineering (DTE).
Housing minister, Esther McVey MP has appointed Mark Farmer as champion for Modern Methods of Construction as part of the government’s aim to make the UK the global leader in housing standards.
Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering today (5 Nov 2019) announces the appointment of Jane Towse-Laval as director, responsible for providing strategic leadership to the company’s portfolio of geotechnical projects across the UK.
Barnwood has appointed Kier's former operations director, Ben Ramsay as its new managing director.
October data pointed to a sustained decline in UK construction output, with overall volumes of work falling for the sixth consecutive month, according to the recent Construction PMI survey.
The first apprentices have been hired to help regenerate the Park East site in Erith as Wates Residential supports a further seven people with its Building Futures training programme, also held last week in Erith.
Timewise, the flexible working consultants have launched the Construction Pioneers programme, an action research project looking at how to re-design jobs to enable more flexible working in the construction industry.
Ramboll has announced the appointment of five airfield infrastructure experts to their UK aviation team, all five hires previously worked at Jacobs.
Can VR revolutionise health and safety training by allowing workers to deal with potentially life-threatening scenarios without being put in any danger – or is there a risk that being viewed as a “game” will diminish its impact?
Construction worker, Adrian Barnes has been appointed as new regional director role for Stepnell’s Rugby Construction team.
Bowmer + Kirkland has won the £42m Sunderland City Hall contract, the first building to be constructed on the former Vaux site The...
Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, has appointed Richard Robinson, chartered chemical engineer, as CEO of its UK and Europe region.
ISG has announced the appointment of Zoe Price as its new COO for UK Construction to focus on procurement for the entire lifespan of built assets.
Michael Davey takes a look at the WELL Building Standard, which aims to optimise design and operations to create healthier, happier workplaces.
Datumate and Pell Frischmann have formed a strategic partnership to serve UK infrastructure construction companies.
Esh Build, the commercial build and refurbishment division of Esh Construction, has appointed seven recruits to its Yorkshire team as it continues to grow in the region.
Centrepoint plans to deliver 300 new modular homes across London and Greater Manchester by 2021 to address youth homelessness.
An engineering consultancy has pledged its support for the PlanBEE programme designed to attract young talent into the built environment industry.
The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) House Builders’ Survey 2019 has highlighted the importance of the self and custom build sector as a source of work for its members.
The Boroughmuir restoration will include the redevelopment of one of Edinburgh’s most iconic school buildings and will bring over £45m of economic benefits to the local area.
According to Randstad, the number of new construction jobs halved this summer due to ‘parliamentary chaos and indecision’ caused by Brexit uncertainty.
Home Office proposals to allow international students a two-year work visa after graduating from a British University will provide much-needed skills boost to the built environment.
Ramboll has announced the appointment of Andrew Krebs as digital strategy lead within their building services division.
A security boss who ran seven companies under four different identities has been found guilty of defrauding security operatives who worked for him.