Construction News

Construction charity hosts awards night for mental health action

Construction charity Mates in Mind held an awards ceremony to recognise positive action improving mental health in the industry.

Developing the infrastructure for megaprojects

Coordinating the vast supply chains megaprojects require is no easy task.

Work starts on kitchen and dining area at Nescliff

Work has begun on a new kitchen and dining area at Nescliff training camp near Shrewsbury.

New fund to improve Welsh town centres

The government has announced a £1.5million fund to revitalise Welsh town centres.

Communities secretary calls for protection of birds in new buildings

James Brokenshire MP has said that developers must ensure the protection of birds and other wildlife when constructing new buildings.

Patent of the Month:

Innovation in the Construction sector can come in many different forms, follow our Patent of the Month series.

Housing developers will be made to fund school places

New guidelines will ensure housing developments will fund the school places created by new homes.

ONS data shows decrease in construction output

New data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) shows a slight decrease in constriction output which is being attributed to Brexit worries.

Key demolition complete at HS2 Euston

Contractors have completed two major demolition projects at the HS2 Euston site ahead of construction.

M6 purple pipes reused for school sports pitch

Purple pipes from the M6 used during an upgrade of the road have been repurposed for a local school sports field.