Education & Training

Second Round of Rebuilding Schools Launched


Thousands of pupils in England are to benefit from new, modern and energy-efficient school buildings by joining the PMs rebuilding programme

Sustainability, Collaboration and Shared Data


John Fraser from Hexagon Geosystems, explores how the construction industry has risen to the challenges brought on by COVID-19

Changing Perceptions to Address Construction Gender Imbalance.


Jane Keely from Assent Building Control takes a look at changing perceptions in construction to close the gender gap imbalance in the sector.

New Study Reveals Construction Concerns


With COVID-19 restrictions easing throughout the UK, project managers working in the construction sector have revealed their concerns

SECTT and SJIB Praise Employers


The SECTT and the SJIB have praised employers in Scotland after a record number of apprentices were welcomed into the electrical sector.

Rebuilding After COVID: Using Digital Transformation


Neil Davidson from Deltek he explores the findings from the recently-launched Deltek Clarity report in this article,

Procurement Reform: What’s in it for Construction?


Peter Ware acting group procurement director at Scape Group takes a look at what the changes in procurement reform could mean

Search for Apprentices to Restore Parliament


The search is on to find apprentices to help work on the essential restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster.

£483m Investment to Improve School Buildings


School pupils in England are set to benefit from improvements to school facilities, thanks to almost half a billion pounds being invested in school buildings this year.

LHC Announces Short Extension for Framework


LHC is pleased to announce that it has extend its schools and community buildings framework by an extra three months