Making effective use of graduates and apprentices

Do current apprentices they offer skills employers need?

Business immigration: Government policy must change to future proof UK construction  

How will UK construction be affected by Brexodus.

Why a career in construction could be the next step for ex-military

Former military personnel have a great opportunity to fill the construction skills gap.

Construction Connectivity – Getting Back to Basics

New technology and processes deliver tangible benefits for construction firms.

Look to the future

While construction deals with short-term uncertainty and challenges affecting activity levels, there is cause for optimism.

Liquidated damages for delay clauses

The Court of Appeal recently reviewed the law and correct approach towards liquidated damages for delay clauses.

Keeping up the pressure on late payments in the construction industry

Exploring the impact of late payments on the construction industry and the woodworking sector.

UKIS 2019: In the zone

UKIS 2019 took the opportunity to split the exhibition into zones

Collaboration is key

Collaboration and innovation were the key themes coming from the UK Infrastructure Show Keynote Arena

Majority of UK business still not budgeting for post-Brexit immigration

Despite a possible exit date, the majority of UK businesses are unprepared for recruiting talent and immigration laws in a post-Brexit world