Buildingtalk editor Max Banner writes about how the world of construction has been impacted by the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
Izzy Schulman, Director at Plumbers4u, answers plumbing questions on how to keep employees and customers safe while ensuring business carries on as usual.
Simon Cox, head of sustainability at Prologis in the UK, look at the key role specifiers have to play in supporting the delivery of sustainable buildings.
Vistry Partnerships has donated thousands of pounds worth of important personal protective equipment to Home Leone – an overseas house building charity helping people living in slums.
Alex Smith, head of construction at law firm, Shakespeare Martineau, talks about Rishi Sunak’s most recent announcement regarding financial security for the self-employed during the COVID-19 crisis.
This article sees Richard Dyson, General Manager at Safesite, discusses the most common and dangerous working at height myths, and how they can be challenged.
Jacqueline Hughes, senior risk analyst at Equib, talk about contingency planning currently underway on many projects & programmes due to the Coronavirus crisis.
The rapidly growing global population is expected to create a substantial demand for heavy & civil engineering as well as general construction worldwide.
Construction industry needs to help itself before looking to others, according to Mark Beard, chairman of family-owned construction company, Beard.
In his first Budget, the Chancellor has provided a boost for businesses, along with a coronavirus support package to protect them from short-term disruption, according to accountancy firm, Menzies LLP.