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Skills shortages, the housing crisis and the image of construction are all up for discussion at UK Construction Week.
A new commission aimed at getting big building projects off the ground more quickly has been launched.
Rises in house-building, commercial work and civil engineering helped output growth in the construction sector to hit a seven-month peak.
Fresh analysis of the infrastructure pipeline has revealed the extent of the skills shortage facing the construction sector.
As much as £102 billion could be generated for the UK economy by the second phase of the London Crossrail project.
Barratt, Taylor Wimpey and Persimmon among top 10 building companies in the country, research reveals.
Analysis shows the value of contracts awarded in the commercial and retail sector is higher than it has been for four years.
High-speed rail project takes huge step forward as Chancellor George Osborne seeks to attract Chinese investment in the scheme.
Report by top economists suggests building sector output could total £129.9bn by the end of 2016.
Over 200 people from the construction industry attended CITB's ‘I’m Backing Apprenticeships’ reception last Wednesday.
The construction of Britain’s first nuclear power station in 20 years has been brought a step closer.