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PBC Today | January 17, 2020
The National Audit Office has released its latest report, which shows serious delays and increased construction costs for two hospital developments due to the Carillion collapse. The 646-bed Royal Liverpool, which was due to open in June 2017, is now forecast to be completed more than five years late, in the autumn of 2022, and the Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has not yet set an opening date. The 669-bed Midland Metropolitan, which was originally due to open in October 201...
PBC Today | September 02, 2020
There has been a 41% decrease in the number of Covid-19 breaches on construction sites over the last three months, according to the Building Safety Group (BSG). The drop in Covid-19 breaches on construction sites has been attributed to more companies successfully adapting to new working practices. Over time it is expected that this trend will continue as the industry becomes more accustomed to operating under the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus. BSG’s report is based on 4,400 indep...
PBC Today | January 29, 2020
Modern Methods of Construction are a new broom sweeping through the UK building sector, with traditional brick walls starting to get brushed aside, according to a growing number of industry players. At a time when the majority in the sector are exploring alternative methods and materials, some companies are already experienced at using metal-faced composite panels for construction across a growing number of industry sectors. Phil Montgomery, account manager at Hemsec, a leading manufacturer of s...
PBC Today | January 24, 2020
Aidan Bell, co-founder of sustainable construction material company Envirobuild, provides an in-depth guide to environmental innovation in the construction sector. According to WRAP, sustainable resource advocates, the UK construction industry is responsible for 45% of our carbon emissions as well as 33% of all waste produced. This sector also continues to be the least productive in the UK economy, as well as having one of the lowest levels of digitalisation in the world. This is partly due to a...
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