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Scottish rental market secures £30m investment

The Scottish government is to lend money for the construction of 1,800 additional homes for long-term rent.

A future built on technology

With a house that can be assembled in a day and early adoption of digital technology, McAvoy’s delivery schedules are 50% those of traditional projects. But, as Emma Crates reports, the industry needs to raise its game if it is to reap the full benefits of offsite
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Rita Ora takes to the stage at The Construction Index Race Day 2019

Pop superstar Rita Ora will be providing the evening entertainment after a day of horse racing at Doncaster Race Course on 29th June 2019.

Glasgow approves £9m project to improve public realm

A £9m project to improve the public realm on a busy Glasgow road has been amended to reflect concerns raised about the safety of cyclists under the original plan.

Aarsleff boosts geotechnical expertise

Foundations specialist Aarsleff Ground Engineering appointed Dan Adams as senior geotechnical consultant.

Remote site police software sparks industry outcry

Our report last week on the advent of technology that uses Computer Vision (CV) systems to monitor site safety and productivity has sparked a lively debate on social media, with most comments firmly opposed to the development.

£160k fines after demolition worker burned

Two companies have been fined £80,000 each after a worker received serious electrical burns during demolition work.

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