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Tender prices have continued to rise but are likely to take until mid-2017 before they get back at pre-crash levels, according to Quantity surveyors at Aecom which delivers program and...
The National Access & Scaffolding Confederation's new guidance TG20:13 for tube and fitting scaffolding (released in March) is expected to reduce design costs for temporary structures,...
Construction industry lobby groups have welcomed measures announced by chancellor George Osborne to boost house-building on brownfield sites, according to Construction Index (13.6.14)
Untrained scaffolder loses a leg after a fall, reports Construction Index on 24 June 2014.
According to Office for National Statistics figures for the construction industry, as reported in The Construction Index (14/7/2014) indicated that industry output fell back in May by 1.1% but...
Peco-lift is today’s answer for low level powered access hire
An investigation by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) found that two companies from Chesterfield had failed to plan the dismantling work of some overhead travelling cranes and to record the...
It sounds too good to be true – an efficient powered access hire solution that is eco-friendly, but the new PECOlift really does combine great low level access with the...
Economists from market research firm, Leading Edge, have come up with forecasts for construction output for the coming years.
A bulldozer operator has been handed a six month prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, after running over a banksman after the risk had not been re-assessed following a change in ground...
A survey of 1600 construction workers undertaken by YouGov has identified a number of employment trends and found that training is distinctly lacking.
The Construction Plant-hire Association has launched a new guidance document - “Ground Conditions for Construction Plant”.
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