Month: July 2019

ENR MidAtlantic Announces 2019 Best Projects Winners

ENR MidAtlantic Announces 2019 Best Projects Winners ERN MidAtlantic Announces 2019 Best Project Winners See Original Article Cooperative Port Alliance Breaks Ground on $500 Million Terminal 5 in Seattle See Original Article In pictures: Reading’s tallest building OK’d by planners Tower will be 22 storeysSee Original Article

If You Can’t Measure Your Business You Can’t Improve Your Business

If You Can’t Measure Your Business You Can’t Improve Your Business Have you really thought about how much money poor quality data or bad business intelligence is costing your company? See Original Article ISG nabs £25m Cardiff uni job Scheme designed by Adjaye AssociatesSee Original Article Crossrail pushing Bond Street team to get station ready enough for testing early next year Station currently due to open after rest of lineSee Original Article

Resource Management Maturity Model

Resource Management Maturity Model How mature is YOUR resource management practice? About 55% of respondents in our GAUGE survey said they have reached resource management maturity for their organization. See Original Article LU brings in replacement for boss who was moved to head up Crossrail Mark Wild is on loan from Transport for LondonSee Original Article Nonresidential Construction Starts Trend Graphs – June 2019 Clichés are often true and it is the case that a picture can be worth a thousand words. Below are six graphs recording 12-month moving averages of ConstructConnect’s nonresidential construction starts. When the value of the current month is higher than for the same month a year ago, the line will turn up; when lower, […] The post Nonresidential Construction Starts Trend Graphs – June 2019 appeared first on ConstructConnect.com. See Original Article

Nonresidential Construction Starts Land Softly in June after Soaring in May

Nonresidential Construction Starts Land Softly in June after Soaring in May Hard to Compete With May ConstructConnect announced today that the latest month’s volume of construction starts, excluding residential work, was $44.9 billion (green shaded box, Table 3 below). The month-to-month percentage change versus May was -18.3%. The large drop, however, was mainly due to May having so many mega-sized project initiations. May’s Top 10 project […] The post Nonresidential Construction Starts Land Softly in June after Soaring in May appeared first on ConstructConnect.cSee Original Article Mace to oversee Afghan embassy revamp Main contractor Quinn London will start work in SeptemberSee Original Article Mace to revamp former Bloomberg office Scheme at Finsbury Square has £60m pricetagSee Original Article

London mayor knocks back Fosters’ Tulip

London mayor knocks back Fosters’ Tulip Sadiq Khan uses planning powers to block City of London’s backing for tourist towerSee Original Article MPs ignored as £1.7bn Stonehenge tunnel procurement kicks off Public Accounts Committee raised concerns earlier this month about transport department’s ability to manage jobSee Original Article Council plans autumn restart for Wolverhampton job laid low by Shaylor collapse City’s Civic Hall was undergoing £38m makeover when firm went underSee Original Article

Southwest Pulse: Construction Projects for June 2019

Southwest Pulse: Construction Projects for June 2019 Projects of note and bidding possibilities in Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico. See Original Article ENR's Southwest City Scoop: Las Cruces Overall Construction Spending Expected to Increase by Almost 4% This Year See Original Article Life, However Small, Breathed Back into the Oregon-Washington I-5 Bridge Project Efforts to replace the 100-year-old Interstate Bridge connecting Oregon to Washington over the Columbia River, however far they’ve advanced in the past, have all fallen short. Now, though, a small bit of life comes back to the bridge replacement discussion. See Original Article

ConstructConnect’s Hot Projects – July 8, 2019

ConstructConnect’s Hot Projects – July 8, 2019 Listed below are ConstructConnect’s Hot Commercial Construction Projects for the week of July 1 – 5, 2019. Our Hot Projects showcases three currently bidding or sub-bidding projects from all 50 states and the District of Columbia pulled from our extensive database of construction leads. Alabama Vincent High School New Weight Room Building Location: Vincent, AL […] The post ConstructConnect’s Hot Projects – July 8, 2019 appeared first on ConstructConnect.com. See Original Article ENR Announces 2019 Global Best Projects Winners Judges selected 32 winning projects from a record number of entries. Projects will be honored at an awards dinner on Oct. 2 in New York City. See Original Article Why Seattle’s Small Multi-Family Buildings and the Firms That Create Them are on the Endangered Species List BUILD explains the expensive and time-consuming process of entitling and permitting multifamily projects in SeattleSee Original Article

MJ Gleeson boss leaves after bust-up over pay

MJ Gleeson boss leaves after bust-up over pay Jolyon Harrison earned £2.9m in 2018 but could not agree a future pay packageSee Original Article Galliford Try snaps up Yorkshire housebuilder Firm’s partnerships arm says deal for STG will spearhead push into regionSee Original Article Shaylor Group on the brink of collapse with 250 jobs set to go Weekend email tells staff that administrator will be appointed this morningSee Original Article

Probe kicks off following Bellway Homes blaze in Barking

Probe kicks off following Bellway Homes blaze in Barking Fire at Bellway-built housing scheme in east London ‘fuelled by timber balconies’, locals claimSee Original Article Mountain States People: Construction business updates for June 2019 Updates about construction professionals in the Mountain States region. See Original Article ​RLB brings in Aecom boss to double programme management business Firm eyes growth in sector as part of 2030 strategySee Original Article