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European construction back in growth

19/12/2014: October’s production in construction was up by 1.3% in the Eurozone and by 0.4% across all 28 countries of the EU (EU28) compared with September. more »

Private sector continues to drive house-building growth

19/12/2014: Private sector house-building is up nearly 20% on the levels seen last year, latest figures reveal, but public sector output is in decline. more »

Construction output slows but doubts linger over data

15/12/2014: Construction industry output slowed in October, according to latest official data, falling 2.2% compared to September. more »

Irish construction shows strong confidence

08/12/2014: Growth in Ireland’s construction sector remained high last month, with sharp rises in activity, new orders and employment. more »

Construction purchasers' index softens to 13-month low

02/12/2014: The rampant growth in construction output seen over the past year slowed in November, the latest monthly survey of industry purchasing managers indicates. more »

Skanska tops November's league but is a slow-down in the air?

02/12/2014: Skanska tops the Builders' Conference contracts league table for November 2014 signing a total of £250m of new work during the month. more »

House-building up 10% in October

28/11/2014: The house-building sector continues to thrive and output reached near 21st-century record levels last month. more »

Output up with strong rises in housing

17/11/2014: UK construction output has continued to grow, according to the Office for National Statistics. more »

Irish construction sees fastest rise in new business for a decade

11/11/2014: There were near-record rises in the Irish construction sector last month as the recovery gathered pace. more »

London office construction down 17%

11/11/2014: The amount of office space under construction in London has fallen 17%, according to analysis by Deloitte Real Estate. more »

Margins come into focus as recovery gains momentum

10/11/2014: Construction is now growing at its most sustained level since before the 2008 crash, latest industry surveys confirm. more »

Purchasing managers reveal softening growth rate

04/11/2014: A modest slow-down in house-building activity led to construction output growing in October at its slowest rate since May. more »

Strong Q3 rise for aggregates sales

04/11/2014: There was a strong rise in sales of aggregate materials in the third quarter of 2014, indicating continuing growth in construction activity. more »

US rise in construction jobs continues

30/10/2014: Construction employment has increased in more than two thirds of US metropolitan areas in the past year. more »

Survey shows construction professionals feel good about their work

29/10/2014: A survey of more than 700 construction professionals has revealed that only 10% would not recommend working in the industry, while 74% would. more »

House-builders at their busiest since 2007

23/10/2014: Registration statistics for new homes indicate that house-building is at its highest level since 2007. more »

CPA revises growth forecasts upwards

20/10/2014: The construction industry is expected to grow 23% by the end of 2018, according to the latest industry forecasts. more »

Plumbers and plasterers join brickies and chippies on construction's most wanted list

17/10/2014: Latest state of trade survey by the Federation of Master Builders shows continuing growth in most sectors but almost half of firms are struggling to find the skilled labour they need. more »

Quarter of UK commercial property is now foreign owned

15/10/2014: Overseas investors have for the first time overtaken UK institutions to become the largest owners of UK commercial property, new data from the Property Industry Alliance reveals. more »

Sharp rise in housing boosts Irish construction

14/10/2014: Ireland’s construction sector saw a further strong monthly improvement in September, led by the fastest rise in housing activity in the survey’s 14-year history. more »

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