5th to 11th February – UKR Weekly Newsletter

UKR Weekly Newsletter | UKR Construction jobs West London


  • Slow start to 2018 for manufacturing (UK Construction Media)
  • Optimism for construction workloads in the UK (Building Specifier)
  • UK names designers for “biggest station-building programme since Victorian era” (GCR)
  • Offsite momentum puts precast in prime position (Construction Manager)
  • Video: Work ramps up on Thames Tideway tunnel (Construction Manager)
  • 150,000 UK construction jobs to be added in five years despite gloom around Carillion and Brexit, research predicts (Independent)
  • BAM gets start date for £100m Glasgow office scheme (Construction Enquirer)
  • Demand for management skills to rise by 8% (Construction Manager)
  • Aggregate sales indicate official data on construction output is wrong (The Construction Index)
  • Technology trends that will reshape the construction industry (UK Construction Media)
  • Impact study shows Elizabeth Line is catalyst for regeneration (UK Construction Media)
  • February freeze causing dangerous conditions for construction workers (Building Specifier)3
  • Incredible new “super wood” is as strong as steel (Inhabitat)
  • 1 in 7 Women in Architecture Have Experienced Sexual Harassment in Past 12 Months, Reports AJ (Arch Daily)
  • Looking at this ultra-black Winter Olympics pavilion is like staring into space (Curbed)
  • Call for collaboration as UK construction output continues recent decline (Scottish Construction Now)
  • Heathrow reveals potential offsite hubs for expansion (Construction Manager)
  • The UK’s construction sector is on its longest losing streak since 2012 (City A.M.)
  • Digital technologies could unlock £89 billion for construction industry (Showhouse)
  • Sadiq Khan releases ten publicly-owned sites for small house-builders in latest bid to boost housing supply (MayorWatch)



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