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How do you raise the bar on product competence?

In August, the Industry Response Group (IRG) – a joint government and industry forum set up to address shortcomings in the construction industry revealed by Grenfell - launched a first response to the Hackitt review with the interim report Raising the Bar – Improving Competence, Building a Safer Future.

By Hanna Clarke at 9 Oct 2019

Construction product regulations post-Brexit

In a guest blog, the Director of Building Safety Reform, Building Safety Programme at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, Chandru Dissanayeke, explains what you need to do to ensure you and your company are ready for Brexit.

By Chandru Dissanayeke at 1 Oct 2019

Competence: a timely cultural change for our industry

The Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government has recently closed its consultation on Building a Safer Future, that builds on the recommendations from Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety and proposes fundamental reform of building safety requirements so that residents are safe, and feel safe, in their homes. As the conversation progresses, it is only right that we remind ourselves of the wider cultural change our industry is undergoing.

By Peter Caplehorn at 21 Aug 2019

The construction question: solutions for a broken supply chain

The outgoing Construction Products Association’s CEO, Dr Diana Montgomery, reflects on a number of key issues construction faces as an industry that are cause for concern.

By Dr Diana Montgomery at 6 Jun 2019

What causes delays and cost overruns on major infrastructure projects?

After the successful delivery of the London 2012 Olympics project, Crossrail, Europe’s largest construction project was in line to serve as another rare blueprint for delivering major infrastructure projects to time and to budget. However, a series of announcements on cost overruns and delays over the past 12 months has left Crossrail to feature as yet another example of poor infrastructure project delivery.

By Amandeep Bahra at 24 May 2019

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