Feb 16, 2019 Last Updated 2:53 PM, Feb 5, 2019
John Houlden, Procurement and Projects Lawyer at Burges Salmon, discusses the Government’s Industrial Strategy – what does it mean for procurement?
The construction industry has been warned that lack of attention to wildlife now could lead to costly delays in spring 2017.
Sally Lloyd, Marketing Manager at Jaga Heating Products UK, discusses how the RE:FIT extension is a positive step for public sector buildings.
Isabel Moritz, Events Director at the Association of Bid & Proposal Management Professionals (APMP), asks is there ever a case for knowing too much in a bid process?
Craig Evans, General Manager of The UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA), explains what to do when the best laid plans fail.
Rhian Greaves, Legal Director at Clyde & Co, discusses the importance of fireproofing within PFI buildings.
Martin Howe, National BIM Manager of SES Engineering Services (SES), talks to Public Sector Build Journal about inspiring, educating and enabling firms of all sizes to see the true business benefits of BIM.
Alec Hales, Contaminated Land Specialist at Lucion Environmental, looks at the responsibilities associated with reducing the asbestos risk on brownfield sites.
As the mandatory Level 2 BIM draws nearer, project teams are increasingly beginning to realise the model’s benefits. Here Jason Ruddle, Managing Director of Elecosoft UK, discusses how BIM can be used to keep a tighter control on costs.
Tim Morozgalski of Salix Finance looks at interest-free, 'invest to save' opportunities to help manage current budget cuts in the public sector.
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