Some existing buildings are more difficult to adapt for accessibility than others, as this Stannah case study explains…
The first set of speakers has been announced for this year’s UK Construction Week London, which makes a welcome return to ExCeL from May 2 – 4.
35 team members and loved ones from Keyline Civil Specialist paraded down the streets of Birmingham, on Saturday 24th September, with 75,000 others, to show their support for equality and diversity.
CHAS, the supply chain risk management expert, has joined forces with the Supply Chain Sustainability School to introduce the Fairness, Inclusion and Respect (FIR) Growth Assessment.
Construction Helpline talks about how businesses and organisations across the UK must come together and raise awareness about inclusion, diversity, and mental health in construction, for Digital Construction Week…
The problems of inequality are yet again being brought into the spotlight, with the world of construction not exempt. This article, on behalf of DCW, explains more…
Breaking down some of the biggest barriers in construction, Christina Riley, senior planner at building contractor Quinn London, has been awarded Role Model of the Year at UK Construction Week (UKCW).
Ahead of this year’s National Apprenticeship Week (3 – 7 February), Aggregate Industries is committing to investing further in the next generation, by launching its 2020 Apprenticeship Programme.
Amid this year’s National Inclusion Week, Aggregate Industries has said despite progress being made, there is still more employers can do across the construction industry.
Marketing manager at Closomat, Robin Tuffley, believes inclusion and accessibility access go beyond people solely with disabilities, but those with racial, religious, physical and mental considerations too.