Glenigan economist Tom Crane explains what the latest construction output figures really means for the industry.
Mace has taken pole position in Glenigan’s top contractor league table for May after securing a £120 million redevelopment deal in London.
Our civil engineering expert Caroline Lockyer discusses the future of HS2 following the Conservative victory in last week's General Election.
Glenigan's Economics Director Allan Wilén comments on the outcome of the General Election and its impact on the construction industry.
Ross Sturley of CIMCIG argues the case for a strong content marketing strategy in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.
UK construction activity suffered its sharpest fall since Q1 2013 as private developers hit the brakes ahead of the general election, according to the Glenigan Index for May.
A host of leading political and economic commentators will be sharing their post-election predictions for UK construction at the next Glenigan Breakfast Briefing on 11 June.
With the general election campaigns entering crunch time, the last two weeks have seen a flurry of manifesto releases from the main candidates. There were few surprises, at least to anyone who had perused Glenigan’s special General Election report, which covered the previous announcements and hints by the challengers.