Supply Chain

Construction Output Falls in July

Construction Output has fallen for a fourth consecutive month in July 2021 falling by 1.6% in volume terms

Embracing BIM to Build Better and Live Better

Matt Hastwell from Wareing Buildings he writes about how embracing BIM can help the construction industry live and build better.

Pre-Qualification Opens for Framework

More than 160 contractors engaged with SCAPE to learn more about its £750 million public sector framework over the summer

The Perfect Storm and Moving Forward

Chris Coward & James Carmillet, share their experiences over the past few months and the advice they are giving the clients moving forward.

Award Shortlist Showcases Best in Structural Engineering

The Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) reveals the 2021 Structural Awards Shortlist, featuring 53 outstanding projects worldwide.

Materials Shortage Push Innovators to Find Alternatives

Mark Sugden shares his thoughts on how the material shortage in construction is forcing innovators to find more sustainable alternatives. 

£7.3m Guildford Power Upgrade Starts

A £7.3 million investment has started in Guildford to upgrade power supplies for thousands of residents in the area.

Highways England Accelerates Carbon Asphalts

Highways England is accelerating the use of warm mix asphalts as a standard throughout its supply chain as the drive toward zero carbon

How Embracing Digitisation can Increase Efficiency & Agility

Here, Craig Powell from Balloon One, outlines how embracing digitisation could boost efficiency and agility in the construction supply chain.

Winvic Breaks Ground on Storage Facility

Winvic Construction Ltd has been appointed by Goodman to deliver a 117,500 sq ft state-of-the-art warehouse in Andover for Berry Bros & Rudd