6th to 12th November – UKR Weekly Newsletter

UKR Weekly Newsletter | UKR Construction jobs West London

 

  • MTC develops future of digital construction (UK Construction Media)
  • Three ways construction can cut the skills shortages (UK Construction Media)
  • Builders suffer from ‘cowboy clients’ (The Construction Index)
  • ISG finds the right chemistry at Imperial College (Construction Manager)
  • UK businesses are flourishing despite Brexit uncertainty (Telegraph)
  • London mayor plans to pedestrianise Oxford Street (GCR)
  • Making plans for life after Brexit (Construction Manager)
  • Construction continues to grow but contractors’ profits seep away (The Construction Index)
  • Heathrow reveals long-list for offsite construction hubs (The Construction Index)
  • Drone technology taking off in construction, says ProDroneWorx (UK Construction Media)
  • Highways England rolls out ID card scheme (The Construction Index)
  • Brexit: Survey says big engineers could move jobs out of UK (GCR)
  • Apprenticeships are first step to tackling skills gap (Construction Manager)
  • UK house price growth peters out, London weakest since 2009 – RICS (Reuters)
  • UK construction industry `enters recession´ (Daily Mail)
  • GDP rising at fastest pace this year as factories boom in winning streak for UK industry (Telegraph)
  • How to combat sales competition in the construction sector (UK Construction Media)
  • Atkins and Gensler release first images of Leeds station’s HS2 makeover (GCR)
  • UK: New project seeks to explore potential for using hydrogen to heat homes (Scottish Construction Now)
  • Britain ‘WILL get a Hyperloop that will go from London to Edinburgh in 50 minutes – but it will be delayed by decades’ because there’s no space to build it (Daily Mail)
  • Dounreay drones save thousands of pounds (The Construction Index)

 

 

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