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."
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
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
How are cities maximising the value of their local public assets?Read more
Cytonn Investments’ vision is to become Africa’s leading investment manager, with a strategy that includes delivering on largescale projects that will create jobs, good neighbourhoods and in the process improve the standards of living, such as RiverRun Estates. Elizabeth Nkukuu, CIO and Head of Real Estate for developer Cytonn Investments, tells us about the RiverRun Estates and its challenges.Read more
The inaugural edition of our construction market intelligence report for Canada offers market analysis, as well as a useful construction cost guide for a broad range of building asset classes for 11 cities across the country.Read more
Ineffective contract management and assurance in infrastructure projects prevents corporate objectives from being met, making it impossible to measure performance and apply corrective actions. We outline seven ways to ensure effective contract management and assurance.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
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