Our economist Tom Crane discusses the prospects for built environment graduates as they enter the industry at the mid point of 2014 in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.
Mid year construction figures released by Glenigan forecast a 7.4% increase in project starts during 2014, as rising private sector investment and improved consumer confidence underpin further industry growth.
Glenigan’s infrastructure expert Suzy Riding examines the latest airport expansion proposals in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.
Construction activity slowed in the three months to July, but new figures from Glenigan suggest the industry will continue to play its part in fuelling the UK economic upturn.
Construction intelligence providers Glenigan is backing a major independent review by the Labour Party aimed at tackling the UK housing crisis.
In the first of a series of articles for the Glenigan Newsletter on the changing face of construction marketing, Ross Sturley of CIMCIG argues the case for the ongoing importance of trade press.
Our hotel and leisure sector expert Natalie Gibbs asks whether prospects for the sector are finally looking up in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.
New research from Glenigan on the value of construction contracts in 2013 has highlighted the challenge that specialist and smaller contractors are posing to the industry’s biggest names.