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Knauf Insulation U-value calculator saves architects time

Architects and specifiers can calculate U-values quickly and more accurately with Knauf Insulation’s online U-value calculator which now features even more applications to help...

MORGAN SINDALL CONSTRUCTION IN A CLASS OF ITS OWN AFTER EARLY...

Morgan Sindall Construction has handed over a new £27 million replacement home for Cefn Saeson Comprehensive School in Neath, South Wales, three months ahead...

New Homes England housebuilding statistics revealed

Housing programmes delivered by Homes England resulted in 37,330 new houses starting on-site and 34,995 houses completed between 1 April 2020 and 31 March...

New Podcast Platform, Constructive Voices: Pushing The Boundaries In The Construction...

A new and exciting podcast platform, Constructive Voices aimed specifically for the construction industry launched earlier this year in April 2021. Constructive Voices brings...

UK Construction industry recovery gathering momentum

The overall outlook is positive, project-starts up 5% on Mar-May 2021, and up 49% on lockdown-disrupted 2020 The value of major projects starting...

Construction and manufacturing sectors borrow the most to fund insurance

The construction and manufacturing sectors are the most likely to rely on credit to help pay for insurance, new analysis from premium finance company,...

The return to the office will be here by September, say...

More than half (52%) of global companies anticipate a return to the office in earnest by the end of Q3 2021, according to new...

Construction industry reports shortage of tradespeople and building materials

Research by the Office for National Statistics states that the employment rate in the construction sector for the UK fell from 2.3 million in...

COP26 creative hub seeks support from the construction sector

Scotland’s construction sector is being asked to get involved in the delivery of a creative and cultural hub for Glasgow opening in the run...

Britain builds back: Construction will need 216,800 new workers by 2025...

Construction has bounced back quicker than expected from the Covid-19 pandemic and the industry will reach 2019 levels of output in 2022. By 2025,...