Features

UKIS Engage 2020 in Review


This year, the UK Infrastructure Show (UKIS) was delivered as a live, online interactive event on Wednesday 9 September 2020.

Paving the Way for Next Generation


The recent issues surrounding A-Level exam resultshas left many young people feeling confused about their future.

Life After Coronavirus Lockdown


Life has changed for many people within the construction sector, with many being on furlough, but what impact has there been on mental health?

UKIS 2020 Taking Place Today


UKIS 2020 has announced that this year’s event will be delivered as a live, online interactive event taking place on September 9th 2020

How Construction Can Avoid Redundancy


Ken Charman he writes about how the construction sector can avoid unnecessary redundancies, and build a better future.

Apprentices Are Key to ‘Build, Build, Build’


Following Boris Johnson's new deal the development and success of the UK's construction sector has never been more important.

Carbon, Construction and the Climate Crisis


In order to meet UK Government targets, 100 per cent of all new buildings must be designed to be zero-carbon within the next five years

Six Lessons for Planning Departments


Paul Beaney DEF Software, in this feature he writes about the six vital lessons for planning departments in a post-COVID world.

What’s the Potential for AI in construction


Ibrahim Imam is the co-founder of PlanRadar, in this feature he writes about AI and the construction industry.

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.