Construction News Roundup

The latest news this week in the Construction Industry:

Galliford Try tops April contracts league

Galliford Try booked the highest value of industry orders in April despite putting its whole construction arm under review following big losses on the Queensferry Crossing and Aberdeen Bypass. Read more…

Construction industry suppliers ‘prepared for Brexit’

Construction industry suppliers say they expect a slight dip in the market following Brexit, but reveal they are prepared thanks to contingency plans, according to a survey by MRA Research. Read more…

Most expensive cities for construction in 2019 revealed

New York, San Francisco and Hong Kong are the world’s most expensive cities to build in, according to the latest International Construction Cost Comparison published by Arcadis. Read more…

Hunt starts for Commonwealth Games stadium contractor

Birmingham City Council has started the hunt for a contractor to deliver the 2022 Commonwealth Games stadium. Read more…

Digitalisation in construction: The path ahead

If the construction industry wants to unlock its full potential through digital transformation, the next five years are essential, says Steve Radley, strategy and policy director of the Construction Industry Training Board. Read more…

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