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February sales see landscaping up but decorating down

26 Apr 2017: Builders’ merchants’ daily sales were up again in February 2017, despite the wet weather. more »

FMB survey shows confidence on the rise

24 Apr 2017: Small construction firms saw their workloads continue to rise in the first quarter of 2017, despite growing concerns over the cost of labour and materials, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). more »

European construction output grows as civil engineering picks up

21 Apr 2017: Production in the construction sector grew by 6.9% in the Euro area in February compared to January and by 4.4% across the wider EU (EU28). more »

House-building pipeline hits new heights

21 Apr 2017: Planning permission was granted for 293,127 new homes in 2016, suggesting continued growth ahead in the house-building sector. more »

Credit analysis indicates strong first quarter growth for construction

19 Apr 2017: The UK’s construction sector grew by 38% in the first quarter of 2017, according to figures collected by business intelligence firm Creditsafe. more »

CPA upgrades construction output forecasts

18 Apr 2017: Economists at the Construction Products Association have decided that business conditions are better than they had previously thought. more »

Strong growth continues in Irish construction sector

11 Apr 2017: Activity in Ireland’s construction sector has risen at the fastest pace in five months. more »

Product sales complete fourth year of growth

10 Apr 2017: Sales of UK construction products and materials have now risen for 16 consecutive quarters after further growth was recorded at the start of 2017. more »

Infrastructure drags down February output figures

10 Apr 2017: Output in the construction industry fell by 1.7% in February 2017 in comparison to January 2017. more »

Optimism in German construction hits record high

7 Apr 2017: There has been faster growth in Germany’s construction sector with optimism in the sector hitting a record high, according to latest figures from the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI). more »

Construction PMI dips as house-building loses momentum

4 Apr 2017: Purchasing managers report a slowdown in growth across the UK construction sector, with the house-building boom starting to slow. more »

Build-to-rent centre of gravity shifts northwest

3 Apr 2017: Construction work for the build-to-rent housing sector has moved from London to the provinces, new research indicates. more »

South Korea reports strong construction growth

28 Mar 2017: Construction output in South Korea grew by 10.5% last year. more »

New Zealand construction firms struggle to fill vacancies

22 Mar 2017: Construction firms in New Zealand have a high proportion of hard-to-fill vacancies, according to latest government data. more »

Builders’ merchants’ sales up 5% in 2016

21 Mar 2017: A warm dry autumn provided an end-of-year boost to builders’ merchants, helping to lift their annual sales figures. more »

European construction output falls

20 Mar 2017: January saw a fall in construction output across the EU. more »

Growth in Irish construction accelerates

14 Mar 2017: The growth of construction activity in Ireland picked up in February and job creation remained at a near-record pace. more »

Timber imports keep rising

14 Mar 2017: Imports of timber and panel products are at their highest level for nine years, industry statistics show. more »

Construction output slowed in January

10 Mar 2017: Construction output fell by 0.4% in January 2017 compared with December 2016, although it was up 2.0% compared with a year earlier. more »

Engineers Ireland survey highlights attitude barriers facing girls

9 Mar 2017: More than 86% of engineers believe parents and school teachers can do more to break down the societal barriers to girls studying subjects that support careers in engineering, says a new survey by Engineers Ireland. more »

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