Construction Industry Helpline provides £1.254m of charitable services

2018 was a difficult year for the construction industry and the human impact of the stress and strains of working in such an environment is clearly being seen by the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity

Rogue roofers identified as blight on ‘under-appreciated’ trade

Seven out of 10 roofers have had to rectify a rogue roofer’s “shoddy job” in the last 12 months along

Rate increases for self-employed construction workers continues to outstrip the wage...

Hudson Contract annual pay review reveals sub-contractor earnings are rising fast – and approaching £1,000 a week for many

Hidden air pollution in the workplace continues to impact the health...

Siemens Building Technologies: employers are taking action to avoid sick building syndrome

BSRIA comments on government’s Clean Air Strategy – stoves

BSRIA says the strategy makes a good start and heads in the right direction

Camfil welcomes Clean Air Strategy’s focus on IAQ

The UK is the first major economy to adopt air quality goals based on World Health Organisation recommendations, going far beyond EU requirements

Adey launches new dedicated commercial division

The division is dedicated to providing a complete package of water management solutions and services for commercial heating and cooling systems

80% of people want to increase natural light in their home

When asked about natural light, 48% said they would pay more to have a home with a greater amount of natural light and 57% said they would be more likely to buy or rent a home if it had more natural light

Off-site would help with Shelter’s three million social homes vision

Insulation specialist Actis says off-site construction methods will play a key part in delivering the social homes England needs to combat homelessness

Last chance to enrol for door hardware qualification

The enrolment deadline for the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) 2018/19 education programme has been extended to January 18, 2019