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Messer embraces change management to radically transform projects

Construction Dive

Construction industry news, trends and jobs for building professionals who want mobile-friendly content.

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Sunak confirms cancellation of northern leg of HS2 and Euston management change

New Civil Engineer

Prime minister Rishi Sunak has confirmed that Phase 2 of High Speed 2 (HS2), Birmingham to Manchester, will not go ahead, while a new management team will take over the development of the Euston station site. The post Sunak confirms cancellation of northern leg of HS2 and Euston management change appeared first on New Civil Engineer.

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Evolution of business sees changes to Sparrows Group senior management team

Civil + Structural Engineer

Sparrows Group (Sparrows), the engineering and maintenance services specialist for the global energy and industrial sectors, has today announced changes to its senior management. Alpha Offshore Service, Sparrows’ wind energy business, will continue to be run by its existing management.

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Facilities Managers: Game-Changing Technologies x3

CCR Magazine

These properties, typically known as smart buildings, use advanced technologies to manage assets, resources, and services to benefit the property owner, building employees, and customers. Why Adopt Advanced Technologies in Facilities Management? How Is Robotic Process Automation Used In Facilities Management?

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Aveng Group announces executive management changes

Roads Online

Aveng Group, an international engineering-led contractor focused on infrastructure, resources and contract mining has announced impending changes for its executive management team. Reflecting on the transition, Flanagan said that it had been a great honour to lead Aveng “during a period of immense challenge and change.” “I

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Climate change means that managing flood risk is everyone’s responsibility

New Civil Engineer

The post Climate change means that managing flood risk is everyone’s responsibility appeared first on New Civil Engineer. The launch of the Environment Agency’s Be Flood Smart campaign last month was a great step to raise awareness of what householders can do to protect themselves against flooding.

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Top 3 Ways To Take the Sting Out of Digital Change Management

In Eight

When it comes to digitalization in construction, we often hear of it being divided into two perspectives: those who are proactive in their transition to tech-based tools and practices, and those who outright fear or are resistant to change of any kind, regardless of the benefits. But it’s not quite so black and white.