JB Associates has identified ten ways in which the construction industry has responded positively to the constraints of the coronavirus pandemic.
MDF is increasingly becoming one of the most used sheet materials in the construction industry – this trend can well be explained by weighing the advantages and disadvantages of MDF board.
Like many other industries, the construction and engineering sector has been hit by coronavirus restrictions aimed at safeguarding public health. However, while many sectors curated the option for their staff to work from home when the government closed all but essential businesses, only part of the construction and engineering sector was able to work remotely, as Louise Arnold, People and Strategic Director at Mobile Mini UK, explains here…
The average cost of home insurance has dropped by the largest amount in a single quarter since 2018, according to research by MoneySuperMarket.
The Construction Talent Retention Scheme is launching its latest social media campaigns promoting the latest opportunities for skilled workers.
New research released by property preservation specialists Peter Cox has found only 21% of the population know how damp issues are caused in their home*, while less than a third (31%) know how to address a damp-related problem. This guest article explores this more…
This article explores whether the easing of some restrictions and the government investing £1.3 billion in the industry is the foundations for a better future.
With mechanical and electrical equipment accounting for up to 60% of the total dilapidation cost, this is a costly oversight that can no longer be ignored.
This guest article sees Peter Jackson, MD Jacksons Fencing, look at fencing in schools and how it could prove to be dangerous.
New research from bridging loans broker Octagon Capital reveals that lockdown had a significant impact on the number of Brits applying for planning permission