19th to 25th November – UKR Weekly Newsletter

UKR Weekly Newsletter | UKR Construction jobs West London

  • HS2 seeks construction teams for new station (UK Construction Media)
  • It’s time for caution in construction (Belfast Telegraph)
  • Price-hikes on skips and diesel prove problematic for builders (Building Specifier)
  • Construction leaders call for heightened protection of mental health in the workplace (Building Talk)
  • Fears over no-deal Brexit costs for building (Irish Examiner)
  • Foreign workers are required to meet housing targets, says ESRI (The Irish Times)
  • Plans for City of London’s tallest tower revealed (Construction Manager)
  • Construction loses 130,000 work days to injury each year (Construction Manager)
  • Government plan to address long-term housing challenges (Building Specifier)
  • Government starts race for new £1.2bn modular framework (Construction Enquirer)
  • Video | World’s biggest crane unveiled (Construction Manager)
  • “Big Arse Toilet” can be 3D printed and converts waste to electricity (GCR)
  • UK workers admit to carrying out sloppy work on a Friday (GCR)
  • Minecraft fans use gaming skills to help design regeneration project (PBC Today)
  • Affordable Housing Supply figures show 12% increase in affordable homes (PBC Today)
  • 4 Projects That Show Mass Timber is the Future of American Cities (Arch Daily)
  • Construction industry sees 392,000 sick days in 3 years (UK Construction Media)
  • 3D concrete printing could free the world from boring buildings (Independent)



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