Work on Commonwealth Games stadium to start next spring


Work to redevelop Alexander Stadium ahead of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham is set to kick off in the second quarter of 2020.

UK Construction Week opens itís doors tomorrow


Construction’s largest event, UK Construction Week, opens its doors tomorrow at the NEC in Birmingham. The show runs for 3 days from Tuesday 8th – Thursday 10th October 2019.

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Dry Lining Tools And Practices: Mitigating Work Site Hazards


Dry lining, much like other construction processes, presents several health and safety risks to workers. It’s so prevalent that injuries range from musculoskeletal conditions to slip and fall accidents.

Government agrees to delay VAT change


The government has agreed a one-year delay to the implementation of the “domestic reverse charge” VAT until October 1st 2020.

The importance of correctly displaying Health & Safety signs on site


The importance of the correct health and safety implementations in the workplace are paramount, with a large part of safety at work being contributed to by correctly displayed safety signs.

Chancellor asked to delay October VAT change


As worries continue to grow across the construction industry over the impact of the October VAT change, a call to the Chancellor Sajid Javid has been clear to delay the change.

Radisson backs £5bn Kent theme park with hotel plan


Radisson said it will open a luxury 430-room hotel at the resort as plans for the “British Disneyland” continue to progress. Backers of The London Resort hope to complete construction on the 535 acre site near Ebbsfleet station in 2024.

Construction workers given mental health monitors to wear


A Civils contractor is giving staff wearable devices which allow them to log their mood and monitor their emotional wellbeing.