National Highways’ over-enthusiastic preparations to demolish an old railway bridge left a Dorset country lane flooded last week, it has emerged.
HS2 Ltd has defended the use of uncertified, non-approved French steel in the construction of the Chilterns tunnel.
Northeast construction contractor Tolent has parted company with its chief executive after posting record losses.
The National Federation of Builders (NFB) has published proposals to reconstruct the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and reform the mandatory training levy.
A midlands property developer has submitted an outline planning application for the site of the old Daimler car factory in Coventry.
A Federation of Master Builders survey has found that 89% of its members have had to delay jobs due to a lack of materials or skilled tradespeople.
Southdown Housing Association is collaborating with a coatings manufacturer to trial new types of insulation.
A survey of building designers has revealed that 75% had regularly experienced child health and wellbeing considerations being jettisoned in school designs in order to cut costs.
Aberdeen City Council has announced BP as its preferred bidder for a commercial partnership to help develop plans for production of ‘green’ hydrogen.