The GAI renews its call for action on fire safety competencies...

GAI pushes for mandatory fire door inspections and maintenance as part of Building Regulations

Over 150 high rises yet to see ACM removal

According to the government’s latest data release, 163 high rise blocks clad with aluminium composite material (ACM) have not seen removal work begin – 26 months after the Grenfell Tower fire

Construction sector is urged to prepare for VAT changes

Warning from accountancy firm Kilsby Williams comes as legislation has been introduced in a bid to close a VAT loophole, which HMRC says will save them £500 million over the next five years

Project Etopia unveils first completed modular eco home at its London...

The 47-unit development is part of the Building for 2050 research project funded by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

Inflexion agrees buyout of Marley limited

The acquisition is expected to complete at the end of August

UK’s first new training standard for drone operators working in construction...

ECITB joins forces with Texo Compliance to launch the new training standard

Aurelius agrees to acquire Armstrong ceiling businesses from Knauf

Formerly part of Armstrong World Industries Inc, the businesses being acquired consists of two production facilities and business operations and sales capabilities across 11 markets

Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity publishes third annual Impact Report

The report communicates the impact that the charity is making and how it is helping to make a difference to the lives of our construction workforce and their families

Weekly earnings build in July

Weekly earnings for freelance tradespeople in the construction sector continued to build last month, according to latest figures released by Hudson Contract

New report from Uponor highlights concerning skills shortage within M&E

M&E skills shortage slowing down the delivery of high-rise buildings required to solve the housing crisis, says Uponor