10th to 16th December – UKR Weekly Newsletter

UKR Weekly Newsletter | UKR Construction jobs West London


  • Crossrail delayed again as costs rise by another £2bn (Construction Enquirer)
  • Singapore to pilot 3D-effect traffic calming markings (The Construction Index)
  • Construction output falters (The Construction Index)
  • Government must do more to tackle late payment in construction (Building Specifier)
  • What 6 British Cities Could Have Looked Like (Arch Daily)
  • UK construction employers warn of labour famine after apprenticeship numbers collapse (GCR)
  • Video | New footage shows Spurs stadium edging to completion (Construction Manager)
  • Plastics in construction – Impacts, issues and alternatives (PBC Today)
  • Croydon towers ready for module fitting to begin (The Construction Index)
  • The construction industry in 2019 – cash will be king (UK Construction Media)
  • Scrap tyres recycled for road construction (PBC Today)
  • 280,000 homes could be built above rail tracks in London, says WSP (PBC Today)
  • Growth in Irish construction quickens (The Construction Index)
  • Birmingham exceeds housebuilding target by 108% (PBC Today)
  • Kier trials site-monitoring robot (Construction Manager)
  • China built more skyscrapers in 2018 than ever before (CNN Style)
  • Construction sector will struggle to meet UK housing demand, says report (PBC Today)
  • CIOB launches call for improving quality in construction (PBC Today)
  • The UK construction industry must get safer, for everyone (Racontuer)
  • Skyscrapers of 2018: Soaring Beyond the Archetypal Crystal Tower (Arch Daily)
  • Is BAMB the future of sustainable building? (Raconteur)
  • The new role of the architect in prefab housing (Raconteur)



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