All Govt & Regulatory Articles
Construction employment has increased in 306 of 358 metro areas across the US between January 2022 and January 2023, despite a decline in housebuilding activity.
India aims to become a US$5 trillion economy, but to do so must address infrastructure gaps
Skills shortage and plant investment addressed in budget
Working ethically and sustainably within an ESG framework will attract investors, save money and create a safe and diverse workplace
The Bill seeks to remove EU-derived laws that remain on the UK statute book following Brexit
The PM Gati Shakti Master Plan is said to be key to pushing the country’s economy
The US Department of Transportation has signed a deal with the City of Austin, Texas for US$22 billion worth of transportation projects
New guidance said to be first of its kind in United Kingdom
Contractor among 67 prosecutions for tower crane collapse attributed to foundation failure
Trade association describes stabilisation of supply chain issues and a relatively flat 2023
Soeren Brogaard on what the Act means for construction
Statistics agency Indec says that construction costs in Greater Buenos Aires have increased 6.2% in January
Health and safety guidance aims to deter non-compliant employers
The construction industry is said to have averaged more than 390,000 job openings per month in 2022
Country’s contractors pledge to donate 1% of public reconstruction costs.
Why demolition is only the start as US Environmental Protection Agency cleans up former electroplating site
Premises abandoned in 2016 had been added to country’s National Priorities List of the worst sites for hazardous substances and pollutants
Since its founding in 1947, SC&RA has been working on permitting unity and transport regulation harmony among states.
At his State of the Union address US President Joe Biden said all federal infrastructure projects would have to use US made materials
China’s financial investment and construction contracts via the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) looks set to increase in 2023, with 5 key areas of focus
The government increased its total expenditure by 7.5%