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Press Releases - Archive

Feb 2015

£15.5 billion of stalled construction schemes revived during 2014

New Glenigan figures reveal £15.5 billion of stalled schemes came off the shelf during 2014 – up 17% on the previous year.

Battersea deal powers Skanska to top of contractor leagues

A £600 million contract for phase two of the Battersea Power Station regeneration scheme has helped propel Skanska to the top of the Glenigan contractor league table for January.

The art of storytelling in construction marketing

Ross Sturley of CIMCIG explains how good storytelling can help construction marketers through the upcoming events season in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.

Jan 2015

Construction output suffers cold snap

Declining levels of new civil engineering activity has dragged construction output into negative territory for the second time in three months, according to the Glenigan Index for February.

From pot holes to flood protection: top public spending priorities in the utilities sector

Our civil engineering expert Caroline Lockyer examines the top public spending priorities for the utilities sector in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.

Kier takes 2014 top contractor title

Kier has kicked off the new year in celebratory style after securing the most contract wins in 2014, according to the latest top contractor league tables from Glenigan.

Construction 2015: top five issues set to affect the industry

Glenigan economist Tom Crane takes a closer look at the main political, economic and project developments that are likely to impact the construction industry over the next 12 months.

Construction industry catches its breath during final quarter of 2014

A rare slowdown in new civil engineering projects and a pause in residential activity saw construction growth flatline in the fourth quarter of 2014, according to the January Glenigan Index.
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