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Construction Tech Reshaping Tomorrow’s Cities

For Construction Pros

By leveraging innovation, we can overcome communicative and organizational challenges, attract new talent, and drive the industry into a new era of progress and efficiency.

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Brands merge for Henry Riley and parent

The Construction Index

A year after the acquisition of Henry Riley by Australian firm TSA Management, the two companies are now merging their identity under the new name TSA Riley.

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Looking for a BETTER Job Order Contracting Solution?

Job Order Contracting

If you are looking for a better job order contracting solution, it’s time we talked. Bolster your team with a diverse range of perspectives and expertise can help ensure you’re sufficiently covering all you requirements. Transparently communicate your plans, SOWs, and requirements so that everyone has a firm grasp. Remember that repair, renovation, maintenance, and new builders can no longer be the purview of one person or a small group of individuals.

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Tunnel completed under the Tees

The Construction Index

Farrans Construction and Joseph Gallagher have completed an innovative tunnelling operation under the River Tees.

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The Ultimate Checklist for Choosing the Right Construction Management Software

Managing construction projects in disparate systems and spreadsheets is difficult due to numerous moving parts and diverse stakeholder needs. A dynamic, intuitive software solution is essential for everyone involved—owners, designers, engineers, Construction Managers, and General Contractors. Companies need a secure, centralized system to manage documents, scheduling, financials, and more.

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Latest Advances in Construction Equipment Technology in 2024 and Beyond

Construction Placements

Latest Advances in Construction Equipment Technology in 2024 and Beyond In 2024, the construction industry is embracing cutting-edge technologies like autonomous vehicles, electric equipment, and AI-driven systems to enhance efficiency, safety, and sustainability. Discover how these advancements are revolutionizing construction practices and shaping the future of the industry.

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Heidelberg acquires Bristol muckaway specialist

The Construction Index

Heidelberg Materials UK has acquired Bristol-based construction soil and aggregate recycling company B&A Group.

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Confusing bathroom suppliers come together

The Construction Index

Victorian Plumbing has acquired rival bathroom retailer Victoria Plum for £22.5m.

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How Smart Construction Technology Transforming Construction Industry

Construction Placements

How Smart Construction Technology Transforming Construction Industry the construction industry is undergoing a transformative shift with the integration of smart construction technology. This approach leverages advanced tools such as IoT, AI, robotics, and drones to enhance efficiency, safety, and sustainability on construction sites. As the industry embraces these innovations, smart construction technology is poised to revolutionize traditional practices, setting new standards for excellence an

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Durkan reduces its losses

The Construction Index

Building contractor Durkan has reported improved annual results, more than halving its losses.

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Different Types of Sheet Piles | Sheet Piles Construction Procedure

Civil Engineering Web

This article consists of a full descriptive article on sheet piles, its types, Uses, Construction Procedure, and comparison of different types of sheet piles. If you get any valuable information from this article then please share it with your friends and follow us on different platforms to get updated with our latest article. Lets Starts.

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Forecasting With Confidence: How Contractors Can Solve Four Common Challenges

At the highest level, contractors understand the importance of accurately predicting and preparing for variances in costs or schedules when delivering a construction project. In fact, leaders know it is essential to the profitability, cash flow and potential viability of projects. For that reason, forward-thinking decision-makers who know that forecasting is a complex process, also realize that this is not feasible by using out-of-date systems.

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Johnson Tiles MBO completes

The Construction Index

The management buyout of Johnson Tiles UK announced last month has now completed.

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£100m universities framework extended

Construction News

Six contractors appointed to carry out £100m of work on universities in the North East have an extra period of opportunity after their four-year deal was extended. The North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium has published an official notice of modification to its Minor Works Lot… The post £100m universities framework extended appeared first on Construction News.

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Lee Marley returns to profit

The Construction Index

After a loss-making 2022, masonry and scaffolding contractor Lee Marley Brickwork is back in profit.

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Bring light into your night

Civil Engineer Blog

The key to having a spectacular garden is to carefully plan the exterior lighting. You may work hard to make your garden a piece of art with flowers, plants, decorative sculptures or even fountains. And, in the daytime, the view of you garden may take your visitors’ breath away. But all that hard work becomes […] The post Bring light into your night first appeared on Civil Engineer Blog.

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The Art of Contingency Planning: Dealing with Unforeseen Costs

Contingency planning is a strategic plan to allocate resources, time, and money if “all hell breaks loose” on a project. It considers risk mitigation and planning for a worst-case scenario.  Contingency planning in construction is necessary. You're expected to throw in a percentage to cover a contingency plan in your estimates but is it enough? There is an art to this type of planning and, if project leaders aren’t careful, a contingency plan could cost the company a lot more than lapsed deadlin

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The Vital Link Between Education, Sporting Activities, and School Funding

Civil Digital

In the realm of education, the importance of sporting activities often takes a backseat to academic pursuits. However, the benefits of incorporating sports into school curriculums cannot be overstated. From promoting physical health to fostering teamwork and leadership skills, sports play a pivotal role in the holistic development of students. Yet, to fully realize these.

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Robertson makes a start on making Redcar more welcoming

The Construction Index

Robertson Construction is main contractor for a £6m redevelopment of the Grade II listed Redcar Central Station.