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Midlands Construction Summit and Midlands G4C Awards Post Press Release

The Midlands Construction Summit was declared a huge success. The one-day conference created a platform to network with industry experts and discuss the latest construction solutions within the Midlands area. The conference was...
16th November 2017

Training and Attraction: How will the construction sector re-gather its workforce?

The Midlands Construction Summit is set to return to the National Conference Centre, Birmingham on 14 November 2017. The Summit will be tackling issues around the future of the UK construction industry whilst focusing on three...
1st November 2017

Productivity: The biggest challenge facing the construction industry?

The Midlands Construction Summit is set to return to the National Conference Centre, Birmingham on 14 November 2017. The Summit will be tackling issues around the future of the UK construction industry whilst focusing on three...
1st November 2017

Growing a stronger construction industry within the Midlands

The Midlands Construction Summit is set to return to the National Conference Centre, Birmingham on 14 November 2017. The Summit will be tackling issues around the future of the UK construction industry whilst focusing on three...
30th October 2017

Modernise or Die: One Year On

Since its publication in 2016, Modernise or Die – Mark Farmer’s Review of the UK Construction Labour Model has been hailed as a landmark report and one year on, the Government has recently published a response to the reviews recommendations....
26th October 2017