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.
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.
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.
JLL and Glenigan’s latest UK Commercial Construction Activity Index reveals that non-residential new build activity is increasing rapidly.
Ross Sturley of CIMCIG reveals how the winners of the branding categories at the 2014 Construction Marketing Awards clinched their titles.
Glenigan's Economics Director Allan Wilén comments on today's (3 December) Autumn Statement announcement by the government.
A slowdown in the private housing market compounded by continuing public sector weakness has led to a decline in construction activity, according to the December Glenigan Index.
New Glenigan figures forecast a 7.3% increase in project starts for 2015, driven by a flourishing commercial sector.