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NEC BIRMINGHAM   08-10 OCTOBER 2019

Construction Matters... and so do you

Through collaboration and a unified voice, UK construction can make itself heard like never before, shout about its positive impact on our society, and educate the wider population on its importance.

Forming part of a wider campaign that harnesses the power of social media and national press to champion our industry, the UK Construction Week blog – Construction Matters – aims to provide an invaluable platform for both industry stakeholders and innovative brands to address the key themes and topics facing UK construction today.

Have your say. Pitch your ideas to: info@ukconstructionweek.com

Heathrow expansion a vote for construction

28/06/2018, 10:00 | By: Phil Wilbraham | #Innovation
heathrow-expansion-a-vote-for-construction Phil Wilbraham, Expansion Programme Director at Heathrow Airport, explains why Britain's new runway is a once in a generation opportunity for the UK construction industry. This is an exciting time for the construction industry. Fifty years ago, the then government set up the Roskill Commission to...
good-bye-sci-fi-the-digital-future-of-engineering-is-well-and-truly-here Ahead of his talk at UK Construction Week, Dr Andrew Harris, Director of Laing O’Rourke’s Technical Future & Engineering Excellence Group, explains how digital fabrication and automation are causing global disruption to the construction industry. Much like Zollinger’s iconic silhouette of human...
why-aren-t-more-women-working-in-the-builder-s-merchant-industry UKCW Role Model and Customer Experience Director at Saint-Gobain Building Distribution, Magda Dexter, explains how a summer job at her local builders merchants quickly became a fulfilling and prosperous career, and why the industry must do more to make the plethora of roles in construction more...
serious-about-your-working-relationships-get-comfortable-with-the-fact-that-you-re-going-to-be-uncomfortable Ahead of his talk at UK Construction Week – Raising Our Game in the Science of Team Chemistry – Paul Fox, Founder of Constructive Coaching, explains why teams that hold each other to account are the most humane and rewarding to be a part of. Avoiding a sticky conversation, not intervening when a team...