Our magazine sharing insights, innovation and best practice drawn from our experience working on the world's most complex major programmes.
2016 saw unprecedented political upheavals across the world and volatility in global commodity prices – and 2017 is set to present new and unexpected challenges to the construction industry. However, the challenges are matched by opportunities. To seize them, the industry must adapt rapidly."
Forward-thinking, ethical businesses with strong core values are already striving to achieve gender diversity and inclusivity. This is because they recognise it is the right thing to do and understand the value it provides organisations and sectors.Read more
One year on from the referendum in which Britain voted to leave the European Union, it is becoming increasingly clear that the vote has served more to amplify existing trends in construction rather than establishing new ones. While uncertainty will no doubt continue to be the norm, it is vital that the construction industry is proactive in mitigating the risks posed by an economy in transition.Read more
City regions are looking to power up their economies through innovative use of public assets, in order to succeed, partnerships will help deliver the expertise they need.Read more
Realising true disability access in the built environment is not just about minimum design standards or building regulations. But, with a common sense approach, it can be achieved in a cost-effective manner.Read more
Our summer survey of the London fit out market shows competition to be increasing and keener pricing strategies being evidenced.Read more
The Government has made clear that it expects an active contribution from industry to address the challenge posed by Farmer’s review – that of raising productivity through investment in new skills and methods.Read more
With a green light for high profile mega projects across the UK, and a renewed commitment to infrastructure investment following Brexit, the UK is looking forward to a healthy pipeline of planned work to 2020-21 and beyond.Read more
In our latest UK market intelligence report, we examine the trends facing the construction sector and discuss the impact across core themes affecting the market.Read more
Our quarterly survey of tier one and tier two suppliers has found that London's fit-out market continues to be buoyant.Read more