BSRIA sponsored MEP & POD technology award at Offsite Construction Awards

The Offsite Construction Awards celebrate the best in precision building design and delivery

Stewart Milne Timber Systems responds to Future Homes Standard

The government’s planned introduction of a Future Homes Standard by 2025 is welcome news for the housebuilding and offsite timber frame industry, according to Alex Goodfellow, group managing director

Revealed: The factors influencing Britain’s construction companies to innovate

Small construction businesses primarily innovate to increase the range of goods and/or services they can offer (33%)

Building change: the future of the construction workforce

Randstad interviews three industry experts about mental health, diversity and technology in construction

BSRIA gives reaction to Chancellor’s Spring Statement

BSRIA is heartened by the Spring Statement and has responded with comments on housing, climate change and skills

Increase in demand for high-rise buildings presents significant challenges for M&E...

New research report from Uponor explores the role M&E experts play in the design and delivery of high-rise buildings

More costs and more delays will hamper house building, warns FMB

New biodiversity measures will result in more costs and more delays for the nation’s small and medium-sized (SME) housebuilders according to Brian Berry

Construction new orders decline signals weakness in 2019

Construction output rose 2.7% in January, but was 0.6% lower on a three-month basis

Somerset’s first mental health at work – changing culture in construction...

A group of local businesses and trade federations in Somerset have joined forces and put on the county’s first Mental Health in Construction Conference on May 16

Construction statistics reaccredited as National Statistics

Construction Output, Construction New Orders and Construction Prices have been designated as National Statistics by the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR)