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Latest Forecast projects £20 billion added to annual output by 2017

The Association’s central forecast expects output to rise 3.4% during 2014 and a further 5.2% in 2015. Thereafter, output is projected to increase by 4.4% in 2016 and 3.8% in 2017.

By Kallum Pickering at 15 Jan 2014

Green and BIM – why BIM won’t drive green construction (yet)

[John Tebbit, Deputy Chief Exec of the Association, is a regular contributor to Building Magazine. This blog was originally posted on 14 January 2014 for that publication and can be read there in its entirety.] *** There are some who see BIM as helping to drive green construction. I disagree.

By John Tebbit at 14 Jan 2014

New Year’s Greeting

With 2014 now arrived, I believe we can look back on 2013 as a pivotal turning point in the fortunes of our industry, with the Construction Products Association continuing to play a key role in helping our members address the challenges ahead. To begin with, despite still coming out of one of the worst downturns in memory and the prevailing headwinds, we have been encouraged by increasing evidence that the market has finally turned a corner.

By Dr Diana Montgomery at 10 Jan 2014

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