John marsh bw 2018

Open water - at last


From April, all housebuilders and developers will have a genuine choice of water network provider for the first time. It’s time to make the most of this watershed moment

Richard robinson bw 2017

UK infrastructure - cause for optimism


Industry is potentially facing years of continued uncertainty following Brexit, but it’s not all doom and gloom

Richard Threlfall

Infrastructure: Talking heads


Infrastructure’s many stakeholders have plenty to say, and Richard Threlfall can imagine just what they’re thinking, too. The next step is to learn how to listen to each other

Richard McCarthy

What we can do for Brexit

2017-06-21T11:31:00+01:00By Richard McCarthy

The best way to bolster the UK’s negotiating position in Brexit is to have a strong and growing economy. The construction industry needs pull together to show the government how it can help that to happen

Peter Hibberd

Infrastructure: What’s in a name?


‘Infrastructure’ is the word on everyone’s lips at the moment, but how do you define it for contract purposes? For the most part, it might be best not to

Chris Fellowes

Lessons from the Garden Bridge fiasco

2017-05-10T10:10:00+01:00By Chris Fellowes

The odds were stacked against a bridge that offered little practical or economic benefit, but failing to secure adequate funding was its ultimate downfall

Richard Threlfall

Infrastructure: Going places


Rapid advances in infrastructure technologies will transform the way we build. Construction firms need to stop dragging their feet and catch up with the pace of the new technology revolution

Richard McCarthy

Feeding into the industrial strategy

2017-04-26T10:49:00+01:00By Richard McCarthy

The construction and development industries have a special part to play in the government’s industrial strategy. We have to optimise how we approach infrastructure and asset-use to make sure it is a success

Steve Cooper

Why is infrastructure being underfunded?

2017-03-27T11:19:00+01:00By Steve Cooper

Europe and the US are falling behind on infrastructure spending, which is a mistake no country can afford to make

Sarah Richardson

Nuclear chill


Concrete is about to be poured at Hinkley, but future nuclear projects are beset with problems

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