Management

How clients can write an EIR to harness BIM and improve H&S
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Critical from the Outset Consideration of health and safety information requirements is critical from the outset of a project. The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 place duties on clients, principal designers, designers, principal contractors and contractors to share and use health and safety information.

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Developers -v- LA’s: The New Competition
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Is this ‘Diversity’ & ‘Stimulation’? The Prime Ministers removal of the local authority borrowing cap during last year’s party conference was a cause for concern among property developers. In many ways it was a pragmatic step – one many described as long overdue. In theory it serves to diversify the housing market, stimulate industry capacity […]

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Offsite Technology – Disruptor or Major Progression ?  – Off-Site Hub
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From Latham to Farmer … and Beyond! Every major review of the construction industry has in some way recommended a move towards offsite construction – from the kind of partnering essential for innovation in offsite suggested by Latham way back in 1994, the capital investment into research and development recommended by Egan in 1998 and […]

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Housing’s disruptor moment isn’t in the future – it’s here now
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The Pace of Change Writing in 24Housing, Michael Appleby alerts us to the fact that change is happening at an exponential rate, and the housing sector has been slower than others in making progress in developing its service offer to reflect the pace of change.

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The future of work won’t be about college degrees, it will be about job skills – CNBC
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Skill Training Is More Useful According to the survey Freelancing in America 2018, released Wednesday, 93 percent of college-educated freelancers say their skill training is more useful in the work they are doing now than their college training. – click to read more

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Building Skills for Offsite
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Training for Innovations Needed The construction industry is changing and needs a workforce that is trained in new and innovative offsite methods to meet the sector’s future needs. …

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Castle Calls for Better Productivity – ‘New Build UK’ Chairman urges
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Productivity must be top priority Construction productivity must improve if the industry is to make a success of new infrastructure projects – and Brexit, argues Mark Castle, COO of Mace and Chair of New Build UK. In his view, anyone who has worked in the UK construction sector can’t have missed that we have a […]

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Changing the Industry Starts with Off-Site – Mark Farmer, Construction Leadership Council
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Modernise or Die The Executive Summary to the Farmer Report “Modernise or Die” stated that: The construction industry and the clients that rely on it are at a critical juncture and it is time to review the seriousness of the future outlook. Deep-seated problems have existed for many years and are well known and rehearsed, […]

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Happy Workers think Small is Beautiful – survey by the Supply Chain School
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Love it or Hate it At the end of last year a survey of construction workers showed less than one in four would recommend their place of work to family or friends. However, those working for smaller companies were happier than those at larger organisations.

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Future BIM Hard Hat – You’ll want one soon
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Hi Tech from LA According to a report by Stephen Cousins in Construction Manager, the hard hat is now embracing BIM with the development of a new smart helmet by Los Angeles tech company Daqri. It is already being tested by a number of construction companies including some in the UK.

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Problem Clients … or Architects? – RIBA Linkedin Group
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