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Report highlights suicide risks for Australian construction workers

25 Nov 2015: Australian construction workers are six times more likely to die from suicide than from an accident at work, according to a new report. more »

Tender price increases set to slow

24 Nov 2015: Construction tender prices will continue to rise over the next six months but at slower rates than seen over the past year. more »

Industry growth forecasts downgraded

23 Nov 2015: The Construction Products Association (CPA) has lowered its expectations for growth in the industry next year. more »

Rise in European construction output masks further UK fall

19 Nov 2015: September’s construction output across the EU was 0.6% higher than the same month of 2014 but the UK experienced a 4.1% drop. more »

Construction output softens

16 Nov 2015: Construction industry output fell by 2.2% in the third quarter of 2015 compared with the previous quarter and by 0.1% year-on-year, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). more »

Irish orders and jobs continue to grow

11 Nov 2015: The Irish construction industry saw a further sharp rise in new business in October. more »

London office building up 18%

10 Nov 2015: Construction in London has now returned to the peak levels of 2009, according to new data. more »

Prospects improve for architecture and building graduates

10 Nov 2015: Recovery in the construction industry has brought with it much improved prospects for young graduates with architecture and building related degrees. more »

Northwest leads on third-quarter new-builds

10 Nov 2015: The northwest saw more new-build residential projects commissioned in the third quarter of 2015 than any other region of the UK. more »

Skills shortage is 'suffocating growth'

6 Nov 2015: Construction’s labour shortage continues to stifle growth with demand for both permanent and temporary workers rising month on month. more »

Construction buyers see clear blue sky

3 Nov 2015: While the Office for National Statistics thinks that the construction industry is in decline, the latest monthly survey of purchasing managers indicates that output has now been growing solidly for 30 months on the trot. more »

Value of construction mergers rises

3 Nov 2015: The third quarter of this year saw a notable increase in the value of merger and acquisition deals in engineering and construction, according to analysis by PwC US. more »

Shock slump in work for civils contractors

30 Oct 2015: Alarm bells are ringing for civils contractors following a surprise slowdown in growth in the infrastructure sector. more »

Surveyors battle constraints to stay busy

22 Oct 2015: Quantity surveyors are continuing to see their workload rising, the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) survey shows. more »

Europe’s construction output falls

20 Oct 2015: Production in Europe’s construction sector was 5% lower in August than in the same month a year ago. more »

Infrastructure costs to rise 25% by 2020

15 Oct 2015: Latest data from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) show that civil engineering costs have changed little over the past year but are now set to start rising. more »

Demand increases for construction professionals

14 Oct 2015: Demand for permanent staff in the construction industry accelerated in September but it softened for temporary workers. more »

Construction output falls 4.3%

12 Oct 2015: Construction industry output declined by 4.3% in August 2015 compared with July 2015, according to latest Office for National Statistics estimates. more »

Manufacturers remain optimistic

5 Oct 2015: The Construction Products Association’s state of trade survey for the third quarter of 2015 indicates a tenth consecutive quarter of increased sales. more »

Scottish construction confidence dips

5 Oct 2015: The latest survey of building firms in Scotland indicates a decline in overall confidence and mounting concern about clients’ demands for performance bonds. more »

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