APM qualifications are among the most sought-after project management requirements in the construction industry in the UK. To get ahead of the game, project managers are brushing up on their project management skills by taking an APM course.
The Deloitte regional crane survey found that 72 construction projects were started in 2021 – up from 53 the year before – in Belfast, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester.
According to the data, infrastructure output was 44.7 per cent higher in December 2021 than it had been before the pandemic in February 2020.
UAP founder Ricky Sandhu said: “We are absolutely thrilled to get Urban-Air Port’s Air One on site – this marks a unique and transformative moment where the UK positions itself as the world’s leading player in advanced air mobility.”
Morgan Sindall has been picked to deliver a new 1,900-place school in Wales, Construction News can reveal.
Contractor Laing O’Rourke has launched a carbon calculator to help the industry decarbonise project designs.
Up to five new residential buildings will include replacement train crew accommodation, retail space, parking facilities and other communal areas. Up to 152 of the new homes will be classed as affordable housing.
A Northumbria Police spokesperson said that as local areas dealt with broken roof tiles, smashed windows and damage from falling trees, cowboy contractors were “lurking in the shadows”.
£86.5m Northern Ireland streetlight contract The Northern Irish government has advertised £86.5m of street lighting works in the country. The three-year contract is split into four regional lots and will cover supply and construction of assets as well as maintenance, inspection and management of delivery. Lot 1 will cover Derry, Strabane/Fermanagh and Omagh; Lot… Continue reading Contractors Wanted for 86 5m Streetlighting