Winner: M J Rooney Construction – Virtual Basements M J Rooney’s progressive mindset and exceptional outputs left the judges unanimous in handing it this award.
Winner: Tyler Pearce – Lee Marley Brickwork In one of the most fiercely contested Apprentice of the Year shortlists to date, the judges were given a hugely difficult task.
The winners of the Construction News Specialists Awards have been revealed at a glittering ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.
Something very unusual happened yesterday evening at the launch party of Construction News’ Inspire Me campaign.
As a member of Build UK, this year Wates Group is opening up 12 of our sites from Norwich to Cardiff, Bristol to Leeds and Southampton to York as part of Open Doors 2018.
As Carillion’s collapse continues to dominate headlines and thousands across the industry are left asking what will happen next, I can’t help but wonder: who is leading the way for construction in the
CN last week launched a new campaign, with a series of events and content aiming to inspire future leaders and promote the industry as being gender neutral, welcoming of women in all roles.
We know our industry is facing up to a skills shortage. It is a crisis that has been apparent for the past five years.
As well as being home secretary in 2012, prime minister Theresa May held the minister for women and equality brief.