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Network Rail engineers, dubbed the “Orange Army”, have been recognised for their efforts to repair a storm-damaged train line.
Sir Michael Latham has been awarded the CITB Lifetime Achievement award at the Pride of Construction Awards.
Federation of Master Builders has been named Outstanding Strategic Partner at this year's Pride of Construction Awards.
Laing O’Rourke has won the Outstanding Employer (Large) Award at this year's CITB Pride of Construction Awards.
Chairman James Wates reaffirms CITB’s commitment to delivering the construction skills the industry needs to grow and succeed.
Damon Schünmann, from Construction News, explains how the new awards are generating the attention that the industry deserves.
Politicians should pool their talents to help create new jobs and apprenticeships in the construction sector, experts have suggested.
Rob Lambe, Managing Director of Willmott Dixon Energy Services, explains how a sustainable construction course changed his view of building forever.
A gap has emerged between the skill-sets boasted by male and female workers in the UK, according to new research.
Tom MacDonald, Principal of the new West Midlands Construction UTC, outlines how they will give students a head start in their career.
The former Springfield Brewery site in Wolverhampton is set to become home to the new multi million pound, West Midlands Construction UTC (WMCUTC).
Rising output levels continue to boost construction firms, new data shows, but skills shortages are emerging.