A committee of MPs has said that the government should do more to make the construction industry decarbonise faster.
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The chief inspector of rail accidents warns that the rail industry is failing to learn lessons from fatal accidents.
The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) is setting industry briefings on conflict avoidance as part of a package of measures to address rampant inflation.
Arup and Aas Jakobsen have signed the contract to design what is set to be one of the world’s longest suspension bridges.
Vinci is to build three elevated stations for the future line 18 of the Grand Paris Express network in France.
Hub South West Scotland has appointed Tom McEwan as development manager in its in-house team.
Balfour Beatty has signed a £50m contract for power upgrade works to London Underground’s Piccadilly line.
Kent-based RPS Scaffolding Ltd has been fined £40,000 after one of its scaffolds collapsed, injuring two workers.
With a new chief executive taking over, Hertfordshire-based HG Construction looks set to climb the annual Construction Index ranking of Top 100 UK construction companies after growing 20% last year.
Construction consultant Turner & Townsend has recruited former civil servant James Hardy as a director in its UK Advisory team.
Caledonia Housing Association is launching a climate strategy and delivery plan to help achieve the Scottish government's net-zero target.
The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) has launched an Arup-authored design guide for hybrid steel-timber buildings.
Fugro is about to start using a new high-efficiency geotech rig for its work on the Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind project in the USA.
Work is now under way to build a factory for precast segments for the Sydney Metro West project in Australia.
An electronics company in Derby has developed a new device for measuring tool vibration risk that, unlike other devices on the market attaches to the tool rather than the arm or wrist.
Nationwide Platforms, the UK’s biggest powered access hire company, has given its seal of approval to a recently arrived Chinese manufacturer.
Official guidance has been published on the design and installation of heat pumps for large non-residential buildings.
Queen’s University Belfast has appointed consultants to move forward with £200m plans to build three innovation centres.
Building service es contractor NG Bailey was won a £5.3m contract to install mechanical & electrical (M&E) services for a new urgent and emergency care department (UECD) at Chesterfield Royal Hospital.
The threat of disruption to JCB parts deliveries this week has been lifted after a pay dispute with drivers was settled.
Tilbury Douglas has appointed William Barry as head of building information modelling (BIM).
A consulting engineer with its origins in the Middle East is staffing up for expansion in the UK and Europe.
Three University of Cambridge academics have filed a patent and secured research funding for what they claim is “the world’s first ever zero-emissions cement.
Construction Industry Collective Voice (CICV) is calling on the Scottish government to intervene on the timing of the replacement for CE marking on products, citing a lack of testing capacity.