2021: The Year of Greener, Smarter Construction

In this latest piece, Kas shares his predictions for construction in 2021 – a greener, smarter and more collaborative industry.

Taking Drones Beyond Visual Line of Sight

John McKenna of writes about how drones could help to address construction productivity, health & safety and environmental impact. 

Hydrogen Hubs Key to Delivering Net-Zero

Mark Griffin of BOC explains how hub funding model for hydrogen refuelling stations can support the government’s 10 point plan strategy

Business Reaction to Spending Review

Following on from Rishi Sunak’s spending review yesterday on "Leveling Up" the nation, here are some business reactions:

What Spending Review Means for Construction

The UK Government have spent a lot of time talking about ‘Levelling Up’ the UK by investing in construction and infrastructure.

Could There be Challenges for Construction Post-Brexit?

Stuart Dantzic is Managing Director of Caribbean Blinds, talks about how he thinks the construction industry will be affected by Brexit.

Construction Must Re-evaluate Cost of Convenience

Craig Sanders of Protrade in this latest feature he writes about how the cost of convenience has an impact our environment. 

Could Modular Construction Revive the Industry

Alan Wilson of ModuleCo Healthcare writes about how modular construction could provide a new lease of life for the construction industry.

Involving Residents in Development Plans

Although care facilities for older people have become a part of everyday life demand for services and facilities is ever-changing.

July Patent of the Month

Growing concern about global warming has encouraged many innovative businesses across industry sectors to focus on finding ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.