Sectors

COVID Makes Manufacturers More Open


Research by Digital Catapult has revealed that COVID-19 might be a turning point when it comes to implementing advanced technology

Winvic Wins Major Infrastructure Work


Winvic Construction has begun the main infrastructure works at SERGO Logistics Park Northampton Gateway (SLPNG) next to Junction 15 of the M1

Exmouth Tidal Defence Recommences


Construction work at the Exmouth tidal defence began in June 2019; however, the Environment Agency’s schedule included a pause

Electric Vehicle Charging Points for Lanarkshire


A new project, which aims to create 40 electric vehicle charging hubs has resulted in almost 300,000 miles being driven

Feedback Informs New Construction


The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) is committed to making it easier for SMEs to win public sector contracts.

Job Opportunities Rise Despite Tough Year


There have been 40,000 new jobs across the manufacturing sector between August and October this year with metals4U seeing the benefit

Gilbert-Ash Chosen as Fit-Out Contractor


Gilbert-Ash has been chosen to work on a new project which will help position Northern Ireland as a global leader in innovation and business.

UK Government Plans to Transform Procurement


New plans from the UK Government are set to overhaul the procurement rules making it easier for SMEs to win public sector contracts.

Jacobs Secures Place on Framework


Jacobs are pleased announce that it has been appointed to Irish Water’s Engineering Design Services Framework.

GCCA and UN Discuss Cement and Concrete


With just 10 years remaining to achieve the UN SDGs, the GCCA is highlighting the crucial role which concrete is playing.