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Midlands contractors help to boost NHS capacity

By Carlos Vasconcelos

May 19 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - The project, for Burton upon Trent-based Wetmore Road Surgery, involved the businesses completing electrical installations for a new external patient consulting unit. Designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within the main surgery building, the temporary structure will only be used for treating patients with other illnesses.


 Midlands contractors help to boost NHS capacity

North East engineers cool over ICE training

By Andy Bruce

May 19 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - North East civil and structural engineering firm RWO Associates is investing in a new training initiative to fast track the professional development of its workforce.


North East engineers cool over ICE training

Free HS2 webinar for C&W SMEs

By Michelle Wilson

May 29 2020 08:42AM

Construction Business News - SMEs in Coventry and Warwickshire can find out about how they can access upcoming contracts connected with HS2 at the first free webinar organised by a new business website.


Free HS2 webinar for C&W SMEs

New appointment at Newcastle engineers

By Andy Bruce

Jun 02 2020 08:44AM

Construction Business News - North East civil and structural engineering firm RWO Associates has made a senior appointment as it continues to strengthen and invest in its team.


New appointment at Newcastle engineers

Construction Business News - With the current pandemic, health and safety in the construction industry has never been so important.


How Can Construction Companies Adapt In Line With COVID-19 Guidance?

Majority of AC Lloyd construction sites re-open

By Michelle Wilson

May 11 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - A Warwick business has followed in the footsteps of many UK housebuilders by re-opening the majority of its construction sites. AC Lloyd Homes closed all of its sites, show homes and marketing suites when the nationwide lockdown was officially announced on March 23 due to Covid-19.


Majority of AC Lloyd construction sites re-open

4 Things You Didn't Know About Bridges

By Stephen Kellie

May 18 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - From world records to technological feats, bridges have come a long way from the rustic stone structures of our ancestors. Now, we are capable of constructing goliaths that span across rivers, lakes, and otherwise impassable stretches of terrain.


4 Things You Didn't Know About Bridges

Appetite for excellence still dominates UK manufacturing

By Lauren Mackenzie

May 15 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - Entirely Media spoke to Emma Robinson, the founder and managing director, to find out why she feels that despite the current climate, the appetite for excellence still dominates UK manufacturing.


Appetite for excellence still dominates UK manufacturing

Neon How does neon lighting work?

By William Hibbert

Apr 22 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - Discover the science behind neon and how neon lights function Neon lighting is quite remarkable in the way it works. Vibrant colours can be combined to achieve stunning visuals and artwork can be created through the modifying of discharge tubes.


Neon How does neon lighting work?

The Wigley Group moves into 35th year with Chamber

By Robert Milne

Apr 16 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - A company moving into its 35th year as a member of the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce has described it as a force for good for businesses in the region. The Wigley Group based in Stockton, Southam, has been a valued member of the local Chamber since 1985, and a strategic partner in recent years.


The Wigley Group moves into 35th year with Chamber








Latest Construction News

New appointment at Newcastle engineers

By Andy Bruce

Jun 02 2020 08:44AM

Construction Business News - North East civil and structural engineering firm RWO Associates has made a senior appointment as it continues to strengthen and invest in its team.


New appointment at Newcastle engineers

Construction Business News - With the current pandemic, health and safety in the construction industry has never been so important.


How Can Construction Companies Adapt In Line With COVID-19 Guidance?

Free HS2 webinar for C&W SMEs

By Michelle Wilson

May 29 2020 08:42AM

Construction Business News - SMEs in Coventry and Warwickshire can find out about how they can access upcoming contracts connected with HS2 at the first free webinar organised by a new business website. HS2 is the most significant government investment in transport infrastructure in a generation which is due to open between 2028 and 2031 with Phase One connecting the West Midlands and London.


Free HS2 webinar for C&W SMEs

North East engineers cool over ICE training

By Andy Bruce

May 19 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - North East civil and structural engineering firm RWO Associates is investing in a new training initiative to fast track the professional development of its workforce.


North East engineers cool over ICE training

Midlands contractors help to boost NHS capacity

By Carlos Vasconcelos

May 19 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - The project, for Burton upon Trent-based Wetmore Road Surgery, involved the businesses completing electrical installations for a new external patient consulting unit. Designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within the main surgery building, the temporary structure will only be used for treating patients with other illnesses.


 Midlands contractors help to boost NHS capacity

4 Things You Didn't Know About Bridges

By Stephen Kellie

May 18 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - From world records to technological feats, bridges have come a long way from the rustic stone structures of our ancestors. Now, we are capable of constructing goliaths that span across rivers, lakes, and otherwise impassable stretches of terrain.


4 Things You Didn't Know About Bridges

Appetite for excellence still dominates UK manufacturing

By Lauren Mackenzie

May 15 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - Entirely Media spoke to Emma Robinson, the founder and managing director, to find out why she feels that despite the current climate, the appetite for excellence still dominates UK manufacturing. The British manufacturing industry faced a number of significant challenges way before the current coronavirus crisis struck.


Appetite for excellence still dominates UK manufacturing

Majority of AC Lloyd construction sites re-open

By Michelle Wilson

May 11 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - A Warwick business has followed in the footsteps of many UK housebuilders by re-opening the majority of its construction sites. AC Lloyd Homes closed all of its sites, show homes and marketing suites when the nationwide lockdown was officially announced on March 23 due to Covid-19.


Majority of AC Lloyd construction sites re-open

Neon How does neon lighting work?

By William Hibbert

Apr 22 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - Discover the science behind neon and how neon lights function Neon lighting is quite remarkable in the way it works. Vibrant colours can be combined to achieve stunning visuals and artwork can be created through the modifying of discharge tubes. All over the world, neon lighting can be seen lighting up big cities, such as Tokyo, New York and even London.


Neon How does neon lighting work?

The Wigley Group moves into 35th year with Chamber

By Robert Milne

Apr 16 2020 12:00AM

Construction Business News - A company moving into its 35th year as a member of the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce has described it as a force for good for businesses in the region. The Wigley Group based in Stockton, Southam, has been a valued member of the local Chamber since 1985, and a strategic partner in recent years.


The Wigley Group moves into 35th year with Chamber

Construction Business News - Top 200 legal practice Aaron amp Partners has strengthened its services by appointing a senior construction expert. Phil Caton joins as a Senior Associate Solicitor, specialising in construction law.


Construction specialist strengthens services at top law firm