3rd to 8th April – UKR Weekly Newsletter

UKR Weekly Newsletter | UKR Construction jobs West London

  • INFOGRAPHIC: Creating a more cost-effective construction project (Building Specifier)
  • Education and training can help end post Brexit construction blues (Building Talk)
  • New Homes Ombudsman backed by 84% in CIOB poll (Construction Manager)
  • Digital tech on the rise in work at height (Construction Manager)
  • UK’s largest flat-top crane lands at Heathrow Airport (Construction Enquirer)
  • Workers at risk as robots set to replace 66m jobs, warns OECD (The Guardian)
  • UK construction suffers biggest drop in activity since Brexit vote due to snow disruption in March (Independent)
  • Final gender pay gap figures revealed (BBC)
  • Despite snow, March sees upswing in new business (The Construction Index)
  • Opportunities bloom in West Midlands (UK Construction Media)
  • China’s biggest developer enters UK market with plan to tackle London’s “post-industrial wasteland” (GCR)
  • The world’s first 3D-printed steel bridge looks like it came from another planet (Inhabitat)
  • Gender pay gap among 30 top contractors revealed (Construction Enquirer)
  • Industry gears-up for site safety stand down (Construction Enquirer)
  • UK labour productivity increases at fastest rate since financial crisis (The Guardian)
  • These Homes Can Be Built in 10 Weeks (B1M)
  • DIO expects new standards to save 20% on construction costs (The Construction Index)
  • History of construction pt 1: Engineers demonstrate cantilever system in 1887 (Building Specifier)
  • An education in offsite construction (Building TalK)
  • A brutalist rebirth in Preston (Construction Manager)
  • Five of the UK’s most impressive eco-buildings (PBC Today)


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