e-learning course addresses drugs and alcohol in construction

National e-learning programme launched by Considerate Constructors Scheme targets drugs and alcohol

Hodgson and HS Butyl rewarded at the RCI Show

The two companies promoted their latest products across the two-day show, and secured a number of new business enquiries

BBA announces Andrew Kitchingman as new chairman

Kitchingman, a chartered accountant and corporate financier who spent more than 25 years in the City of London, joins the BBA at an exciting and challenging time, with a number of initiatives and projects under way

Wienerberger’s e4 house accepted by housing association

The South Staffordshire Housing Association has selected the energy efficiency concept to meet its environmental priorities

Regional winners of Britain’s Best Café announced

The 14 regional winners are invited to London next month to find out who the winner will be

Big Foot Systems joins bimstore

Light Duty and Heavy Duty freestanding framework systems, and Safe Access Systems ranges, all added to raise awareness and meet 2016 Government BIM deadline

Election nerves continue to threaten construction activity

New industry surveys find construction growth has hit low levels as developers put the brakes on new projects until after the General Election

Activity declines at second-sharpest pace since April 2009

Employment cut to greatest extent since December 2010

A free roof for the local community centre

IKO Polymeric has carried out a free roof refurb to St Francis Community Centre in Boythorpe Chesterfield

One million new homes by 2020 says housing minister

Brandon Lewis says “success” would equal around one million homes being delivered over the five-years Parliament, a figure that many have questioned