ICE 200 brings together transformative projects from the past 200 years - and the engineers behind them.
Dame Judith Hackitt hosts an industry summit to kick start the second phase of the review.
Skills shortage 'at record high' as two-thirds of SMEs struggle to find key trades.
Increasing productivity – now more than ever as we lead up to Brexit – should be the sector’s number one priority in 2018.
Carillion's collapse causes Construction Leadership Council to delay the construction sector deal report.
Stop. Make a Change initiative is being expanded from infrastructure to include the whole construction industry.
Cladding firms are 'hiking prices for fire safety work' after Grenfell.
New Plain Language Guide to BIM is published.
Business Secretary chairs a new taskforce to monitor and advise on mitigating the impacts of Carillion’s liquidation.
Sir John Armitt is appointed the new chair of the National Infrastructure Commission.
Construction scholars present evidence of the changing landscape of the industry.
Banks offer support to SMEs affected by Carillion’s collapse.
Fire-risk tower residents told to pay £2 million to replace Grenfell-style cladding.
Government announces its intention to strengthen planning rules to protect music venues and neighbours.
National Audit Office reports that there is little evidence that PFI offers better value than other forms of contracting.
Elephant and Castle regeneration plans halted by Southwark council.
Could Qatar's unpaid £200m bill have been the final nail in Carillion's coffin?
CIOB provide support to New Homes Ombudsman inquiry.
Scrutiny is placed on Carillion's controversial 2013 decision to extend subcontractor payment terms to 120 days.
May to set timetable to reveal foreign owners of UK property after facing Lords defeat.
Trades Union Congress calls on government to set up a national task force to manage the Carillion fall-out.
IHBC launch their new website for 2018.
The Elephant and Castle shopping centre is facing redevelopment. But what about its residents?
RSHP unveil their involvement in a boundary crossing which will provide a new entry point into Hong Kong.
Estimates suggest that up to 30,000 small firms could be at risk of non-payment as a result of Carillion's collapse.
PCSAs enable clients to employ contractors before the main contract commences. Read our introductory article.
This article explains the Buildings Regulations completion certificate, what it is, and when its needed.
Graphene has many potential applications, but when will it start being used in civil engineering?
Urban Heritage, Development and Sustainability: international frameworks, national and local guidance.
A new standard aims to bring together the key requirements for Indoor Environmental Quality.
What will the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) mean for you when they come into force in May?
High quality and high density homes - is it what we need or is it storing up trouble?
What is liquidation and how does it apply to contractors in the construction industry?
With PFIs currently under the spotlight due to Carillion, this introductory article explains what they are.
As Carillion collapses, read our article explaining insolvency in the construction industry.
1961 saw the publication of three important books about urban design that remain relevant today.
How the transformative power of BIM and other digital technologies can be used to gain a competitive edge.
Relevant events and relevant matters are terms used in some contracts, but knowing the differences is important.
A summary of the Town and Country Planning Association's new Practical Guide on health in garden cities.
BSRIA launch a new report looking at the megatrend of urbanisation - is it a double-edged sword?
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