Energy has been in the news even more than usual recently. With the spotlight on what the key sources will be for powering our homes and businesses in the future.
The Treasury have set out details of £31 billion of infrastructure and construction procurement activity planned for the next year.
Over the last decade, the industry has seen a lot of buyouts and consolidation. This has been particularly prevalent in the consulting market, with large international firms wishing to gain a foothold in the UK infrastructure and built environment sectors.
Officially launched by the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Infrastructure Client Group three years ago, Project 13 is fast growing in momentum.
After the gradual easing of restrictions over the past few months, it has been a busy few months for the transport and infrastructure sectors.
After two new senior appointments in recent weeks a growing area of interest has been highlighted for multi-disciplinary consultancies – Social Value.
Major projects rarely run entirely smoothly, and getting your staffing decisions right despite an ever-changing landscape is one of the biggest challenges – and most critical factors in success.
Back in our January blog we made predictions on what we thought the transport and infrastructure sectors would look like in 2020. Let’s see how accurate we were.
When we last sent out a major projects update back in April, lockdown had just begun, sites were downing tools and we were facing a pretty uncertain few months. 9 months on, let’s review how the UK major projects pipeline progressed in that time.
Lockdown 2.0 is in full force which means for many, the way we interview is shaken up yet again. If you are embarking on a spree of video interviewing, here is our guide to interviewing from a safe and sanitary distance.