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Working together to transform construction

Working together to transform construction

Build UK is working on behalf of its members to do what they can to address the inflationary pressures currently facing the industry. In addition, Build UK has been taking forward its work on long‐standing issues as part of Improving Business Performance, Increasing...

BSI seeks comments on proposed new standard

BSI seeks comments on proposed new standard

BSI is seeking comments on the proposed new standard: BSI Flex 390 v1.0, Built environment – Value-based decision making – Specification. The scope of the standard is to lay out the requirements for the implementation and approach to value based decision making taking...

Safety case: what you’ll need to know and do

Safety case: what you’ll need to know and do

The Building Safety Act introduces a set of new roles and responsibilities for people who manage occupied, high-rise residential buildings. Although the Act has become law, the duties it describes for existing occupied high-rise residential buildings have not come...

Inspiring change in the sector

Inspiring change in the sector

FIS is supporting this year's Inspiring Change Conference and Awards Ceremony, which is taking place on Wednesday 6 July in London. If you haven't yet booked your place, this is your last chance. You can register here The Inspiring Change Conference 2022 is part of...

CPA releases UK Economic and Construction Update

CPA releases UK Economic and Construction Update

The latest weekly update from CPA is available to members here.  The updated issues are in Pages 1-5 of the weekly update whilst subsequent pages have existing data and information that remain relevant. This update includes: Insolvency Service UK Construction...

FIS Wage Rate Index – Half 1 2022

FIS Wage Rate Index – Half 1 2022

To help track movement of wage rates in the UK FIS launched in 2021 The FIS Wage Rate Index.  The aim of this work is to support contract negotiations and to help track the impact of shortages on the cost breakdown of projects. The survey is conducted every six months...

Mace Group Chairman and CEO chosen as new CLC Co-Chair

Mace Group Chairman and CEO chosen as new CLC Co-Chair

One of UK construction’s most recognised executives has been chosen to succeed Andy Mitchell as the new Co-Chair of the Construction Leadership Council. Following an open recruitment process, an independent panel comprising industry, members of the CLC’s Senior...