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Purchasing Managers' Survey Shows Construction Growth Is Accelerating

27th November 2013 16:21

According to the Markit/CIPS UK construction purchasing managers' index (PMI), October 2013 saw the sharpest rise in construction output for more than six years. The PMI posted a score of 59.4, up from 58.9 in September - any score above 50.0 indicates… Read more...

Survey Finds Confidence Returning To The UK Construction Industry

25th October 2013 11:41

According KPMG’s Global Construction Survey 2013: Read for the Next Big Wave, almost three-quarters (73%) of construction companies in the UK are “positive” or “very positive” when asked to describe their medium-term outlook… Read more...

Survey Reveals that the UK Bribery Act is Ineffective for Construction

11th October 2013 14:45

Despite the introduction of a tough new Bribery Act in the UK in 2010, corruption is still common in the country’s construction industry, according to respondents from a survey by the Charted Institute of Building (CIOB). Results show that three in… Read more...

Irish Survey Finds 64% of Construction Companies Asked To Do a Job for Cash

26th September 2013 13:11

A new Construction Industry Federation (CIF) survey of the “black economy” found, that almost two thirds (64%) of construction companies have been asked to carry out work for an underhand payment, and that half (54%) have been approached by construction… Read more...

Survey Finds Three Quarters of Construction Firms Having Trouble Finding Qualified Workers

13th September 2013 11:11

According to research, published by the Associated General Contractors of America, three-quarters (74%) of construction firms across the US report they are having trouble finding qualified craft workers to fill key spots amid concerns that the labour shortages… Read more...

Research Shows Demand for Construction Apprenticeships Rises a Fifth

2nd September 2013 11:16

New figures from the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) reveal that eleven people applied for each construction apprenticeship posted online during 2012/13. Over the past twelve months, 60,410 applications were made for apprenticeship vacancies in the… Read more...

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