Finance & Legislation

Could Optimising Stockholding be Key for Businesses


Paul McFadyen of metals4U looks at how optimising stockholding could be key for businesses in light of Brexit

Chancellor Should Use New Freedoms to Support Construction


Chancellor Rishi Sunak must use the Government’s Brexit freedoms to make fiscal changes to support the construction and property sectors

Considerations when choosing an ERP System


how do you choose the most appropriate enterprise resource planning (ERP) system solution for your business

Businesses Must Review Contract Terms in Light of Covid


Peter Kouwenberg of Taylor Walton, explains the importance of drafting thorough FM clauses to defend against a breach of contract.

Steps Construction Firms Can Take to Mitigate Materials Shortages


Lisa Dromgoole writes about the firms new build Britain construction sector campaign which has been launched by the law firm

WCA Launches Gender Focus Network


The WCA has launched a Gender Focus Network, an initiative which aims to improve women’s representation within the global cement community.

CSIC Launches New Diversity Initiative


CSIC has announced the launch of its new initiative which will promote diversity and inclusion throughout the construction industry

Navigating Delay and Disruption


Against a backdrop of continued uncertainty collaboration will be key as construction prepares itself for months of delay and disruption

Construction to Grow by 14% in 2021


Construction industry forecasters have predicted that construction output could increase by 14% in 2021 and by 4.9% in 2022.

Busting Over Budget and Over Time Paradigm


Dan Grimshaw, explains why he walks away if the process involves competitive tender when it’s based on cost alone