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The construction industry will have lost £16 billion of work over the past three years by the end of 2010, according to the latest forecasts from the Construction Products Association.
Non-compliance with the Energy Performance in Buildings and F-Gas Regulations is costing both business and the environment, according to a new industry campaign.
New rules came into effect today pitching the UK’s largest organisations against each other in a drive to cut carbon dioxide emissions.
The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers is backing a Government consultation to make it mandatory to log all air conditioning inspections.
Chief construction adviser places main contractors at the heart of carbon reduction efforts
Asda has become the first client to join the Construction Products Association as it bids to form direct relationships with its building supply chain.
Marks & Spencer has presented its half-yearly update on its five year eco-plan, Plan A, with “significant progress” reported in all of the plan’s five areas.
The number of construction clients creating lists of suppliers for forthcoming tenders increased by 15 per cent during the three months to September, figures from pre-qualification register Constructionline reveal.
SES has been awarded an £11.2 million contract to complete the services installation at Greenwich Council’s new civic headquarters in Woolwich.
A third of construction companies are expecting an increase in sales in the second half of 2009.