Business

The drive towards electrifying the off-highway sector


The importance of electrification within the off-highway sector.

SMEs remain unprepared as cyber threats escalate


SMEs neglect cyber security, making them easy targets for a wide range of attacks, including phishing and ransomware.

UK construction costs set to rise by up to 3.8% in 2024


Construction costs in the UK are predicted to rise by 3 – 3.8% this year, following an increase of 4.1% in 2023.

A year of procurement, politics and productivity


With 2024 shaping up to have a great deal of changes through political, economic and legislative changes, Simon Toplass, group CEO of Pagabo is looking at the year ahead

2024 Construction predictions


As we move in to 2024, what areas are expected to drive further change and what will likely become hot topics.

Building a sustainable built enviornment – On the path to Net Zero


How the sector can contribute to the transition to a net zero economy.

Leaving behind a year of uncertainty


Building Cost Information Service (BCIS) considers the outlook for construction in 2024.

Timber roadmap to boost construction and reduce emissions


New timber roadmap launched to boost UK construction and reduce emissions

Going direct: Why direct award is back in business


As public sector budgets continue to be squeezed, local authorities are increasingly looking at ways in which construction projects - many of which are essential to ensure the smooth running of the public estate - can provide the best value for money.

Redefining excellence in I&L construction


As more businesses look to take ESG performance forward, there’s a growing need for the industrial and logistics property sector to benchmark its buildings.