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."
Successful investment in any market requires strong local expertise and on-the-ground planning, and nowhere more so than in Africa. Those planning a capital programme here must understand and adapt to Africa’s exceptional and unique challenges to access its opportunities.Read more
Phil Wilbraham, Expansion Programme Director, Heathrow Airport discusses the major logistical, infrastructure and skills challenges ahead.Read more
The UK’s infrastructure sector is at just such a critical juncture: the industry must take decisive action to ensure it can deliver all that is asked of it.Read more
Oil and gas projects are coming off the drawing board and into the field, but they will only be viable if costs are dramatically reduced.Read more
Siemens’ Real Estate Head of Building Solutions Stefan Kögl explains how standardisation, digitalisation and new management approaches are bringing extra resilience to the company’s global portfolio.Read more
P3 could be a prime option for leveraging the investment – but it is crucial to get the risk balance right.Read more
Pressure is growing on the vital transport, energy, housing, communications and water infrastructure that supports our modern lives. A new model for investible infrastructure is required to successfully support this.Read more
Our magazine sharing insights, innovation and best practice drawn from our experience working on the world's most complex major programmes.Read more
Our winter survey of tier one and tier two suppliers tested market sentiment, expected tendering conditions and expected price rises.Read more