News analysis

Pollution

Fighting for air: Pollution from on-site machinery

23 February 2017| By Joey Gardiner

Sadiq Khan is on a crusade to improve London’s air quality and now has construction firmly in his sights. Joey Gardiner reports on the high levels of pollution coming from building sites, the danger they pose to workers, and the pressure being put on the industry to clean up its act

Houses being built

A quiet revolution?

16 February 2017| By Joey Gardiner

Megaphone

Brexit: What we really really want

10 February 2017| By Chloë McCulloch

Cars in flood

Hell or high water

3 February 2017| By David Blackman

New homes being built at a garden village

It takes a village

11 January 2017| By David Blackman

Features

Economic Construction Market Review

Market review: Housing leads the way

21 February 2017| By Michael Dall

The number and value of construction contracts awarded is rising, with growth in the residential sector especially clear. Michael Dall discusses the highlights of Barbour ABI’s monthly Economic & Construction review

Prison

New prisons: Not much in the swag bag

2 February 2017| By David Blackman

Woman

Redressing the balance: Women engineers

27 January 2017| By Joey Gardiner

Economic-Construction-Market-Review-January

Market review: Contract values fall

26 January 2017| By Michael Dall

53W53

The sky’s the limit

20 January 2017| By Iain Withers

Interviews

Bruno Dupety

Bruno Dupety: Action man

17 February 2017

In 2014, Bruno Dupety was brought in to sort out Vinci’s UK construction arm: managing some massive project losses, refreshing the leadership team and restructuring struggling parts of the business

Ben Derbyshire

Ben Derbyshire: ‘Change is necessary’

9 September 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

David Hurcomb

Interview: NG Bailey's David Hurcomb

25 August 2016| By Dave Rogers

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