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COVID-19 Prompts Shift to Net Zero Projects


Project professionals have said they have increased their focus to Net Zero projects due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the APM has revealed.

Kier Appointed to Burnley College Project


Kier has been chosen by Burnley College as preferred bidder to deliver a £5.5 million teaching block and sports centre extension at the site.

Quality Assurance at Heart of Green Homes


Tradespeople are being urged to sign up for TrustMark accreditation as part of the new Green Homes Grant Scheme

How COVID affected the trade’s mental health


Mental health has always been an important topic within the construction industry, especially for painters and decorators. 

UKIS Engage: Progress at Chiltern Tunnel


The preparation for the arrival of HS2’s first giant tunnelling machines has passed a major milestone,with completion of the headwall

Consultation Launched to Reform Planning


The UK Government have announced a major overhaul of the country’s outdated planning system so that it can deliver housing communities need.

UKIS Engage: Station Handed to Contractors


The construction of HS2’s Old Oak Common, which is set to be the largest newly-built railway station in the UK, has reached a new milestone.

Investment for Homes, Infrastructure and Jobs


Housing Secretary announced yesterday that thousands of new homes and other vital infrastructure projects have been given the green light

Highways England Awards Bridges Contract


Highways England has announced a £240 million contract with Amey to maintain its major structures in the south-west

Robertson Appointed to AMRC North West


Robertson have been appointed by the University of Sheffield to build its dedicated Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)