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03/09/13 - Contractors to benefit from '20-year high' in science investment

Contractors are set to benefit from the biggest investment in science infrastructure in 20 years according to Aecom’s science and innovation head.  more info

03/09/13 - Breaker Firm Fined After Workers Gets Badly Burned

A Surrey breaker company has been fined after a teenage worker was badly burned when a skip fire exploded.  more info

03/09/13 - CPA Anticipates Growth In The Construction Industry

The Construction Products Association (CPA) has published its latest forecasts and anticipates construction output growth of 2.  more info

03/09/13 - Former Southall Gas Works Site To Be Redeveloped

St James Group Ltd, part of the Berkeley Group of companies, has agreed a deal with National Grid Property to redevelop the former Southall Gas Works site.  more info

03/09/13 - HSE Invites Construction Workers To A Free Seminar

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is inviting representatives of the construction industry to a free seminar about the dangers of dust.  more info

03/09/13 - House-Building Increases In The UK

NHBC's latest registration statistics show that house-building levels in the UK continue to show improvement on recent years, with figures for July being 19% higher (13,539) than the same month last year (11,391).  more info

03/09/13 - Tradesmen Work Between 41-50 Hrs Per Week

Tradesmen are working longer hours than ever, and are willing to sacrifice holidays and weekends in a bid to squeeze more jobs in.  more info

03/09/13 - Building Firm Prosecuted For Unsafe Scaffolding

A Bolton building firm has appeared in court after two workers were spotted replacing guttering in high winds while using unsafe scaffolding.  more info

15/07/13 - Workloads expected to rise modestly in the coming year

Total workloads ticked up in the first three months of 2013 Workload expectations are positive for the coming 12 months Rising input costs keep a lid on profit margin expectations The Q1 2013 RICS Construction Market Survey shows that total workloads edged up over the quarter.  more info

09/07/13 - Construction industry fatalities drop - Health and Safety Executive

The number of fatal injuries in the construction industry has fallen, according to new figures from the Health and Safety Executive.  more info

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