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Construction industry beats post-Brexit expectations but growth reliant on infrastructure delivery

Activity in the construction industry is rising at a faster pace following the EU referendum than initially expected according to the latest forecasts by the Construction Products Association (CPA). Construction output is expected to rise each year between 2017-2019, by 1.3% in 2017, 1.2% in 2018 and 2.3% in 2019.

By Emma Salmon at 18 Apr 2017

CPA unveils strategy for 2017

At the Construction Products Association’s annual Spring Lunch over 500 guests across the construction supply chain, including manufacturers and distributors, major contractors, politicians and the media gathered to hear the CPA make their case for what the industry needs to remain competitive on a global stage.

By Emma Salmon at 11 Apr 2017

Worcester Bosch CEO appointed Construction Products Association’s new Chairman

The Construction Products Association (CPA) has named Carl Arntzen as its new Chairman. Carl steps into the role on 11 April, after the CPA’s 2017 annual general meeting. He succeeds John Sinfield who has stepped down from the role after three years as Chairman.

By Emma Salmon at 11 Apr 2017

Procurement guidance tool launched to help implement government’s balanced scorecard approach

A new procurement guidance tool has been launched by the Construction Products Association (CPA) as a direct result of the recently launched Government Model Balanced Scorecard.

By Emma Salmon at 11 Apr 2017

Construction Product Manufacturing Growth Undeterred by Intensifying Cost Inflation

The CPA’s latest State of Trade Survey reports that UK construction product manufacturers registered an increase in sales and activity in the first quarter of 2017. This extends the industry’s period of growth to four years, despite a backdrop of increasing input cost pressures.

By Emma Salmon at 7 Apr 2017

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