What Is Commercial Construction?

Commercial construction is the process of designing, renovating and building structures on land specifically reserved for commercial purposes. Commercial premises, typically funded by private and public entities include warehouses, retail stores, parking lots, shopping malls, hotels, office buildings and medical …


London Construction Market No Longer Considered the Most Expensive

The London construction market being the leader of the capital in terms of building costs has now been shifted marginally to the 2nd position. According to the latest International Construction Costs (ICC) report published by Arcadis, Geneva is ranked top …


Are Modular Contractors the Future?

Modular contractors are becoming more popular with increasing global temperatures, supply chain disruptions, and labour shortages continuously adding strain to the construction sector.

Off-site construction is redefining the sustainable future, and modular contractors are increasingly using this innovative construction …


Sustainable Building Companies Respond to “Code Red” Warning

Sustainable building companies are encouraged to collaborate effectively with other stakeholders to mitigate the effects of global warming more rapidly in response to the IPCC’s (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) latest report. 

The IPCC has published its most recent report …


UK Construction Firms Prepare for New Natural History Museum Campus in Oxford!

UK construction firms and museum specialists are in anticipation of a new tender opportunity for the Natural History Museum. The Museum has revealed works will commence in 2023 on its new £182m building in Oxfordshire. The museum also announced that …


Hotel Construction Companies In The UK and The Rise of Staycations

UK hotel construction companies will face growth in the next few years, which supports the rise of ‘staycations’ occurring in the country. A staycation – derivative from the words “stay” and “vacation” is a break from usual routines and environments …


Building Contractors Face New Building Safety Bill by The Government

The industry faces a new Building Safety Bill introduced on July 5th, 2021 as building regulations are set to reform in England and Wales.

The bill which is waiting to pass through the House of Commons and the House of …


Contractors in the UK Face Continued Materials Shortage

Contractors in the UK have their hands full with unprecedented demand for construction projects echoing throughout the nation and with the industry spearheading an economic recovery following several months of lockdown.

However, the increased appetite for construction, the impact of …