Our magazine sharing insight and best practice from experts behind the set-up, delivery and assurance of the world’s most complex major programmes.
Our world is changing. Looking beyond short-term shifts in politics and markets, we are living in a new industrial age, driven by a greater understanding of our planet and the ability to develop new technologies which transform the way we live and work."
Welcome to the 2012 edition of our international construction cost survey.Read more
Oil and gas industry project management costs are affected by a number of drivers, but project size is not always a key indicatorRead more
Traditional Risk Management approaches may no longer be the most beneficial approach to riskRead more
Whether operating within an overstretched or over-reliant market, there is one key commonality – the need to think differently.Read more
Although the rate of economic growth is expected to increase, current forecasts are lower than previously as several emerging issues are set to challenge growth trends.Read more
As average global construction prices increase while the rate of price inflation slows, the classic model of supply and demand is in question.Read more
The advantages and disadvantages of three methods of comparing construction costs.Read more
The results of the wages section of this year’s survey clearly demonstrate the trend that sees the Australian, North American and Western European markets lead the world in terms of high labour costs. Developing African and Asian markets boast the lowest wage levels internationally, while markets in the Middle East and Latin America typically lie somewhere between those two extremes.Read more
Tomorrow, as today, we are engineering efficiencies and enhancing performance for our clients competing across the world’s changing landscapes.Read more