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Posted by Matthew Griffiths

What is BREEAM?

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Building Research Establishment's Environmental Assessment Method, known to its friends as BREEAM, is a means to access sustainability, assisting with the design and planning of construction projects to be more environmentally sympathetic. By setting benchmarks and targets, BREEAM aims to establi...
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Posted by Matthew Griffiths

BIM Levels: What are they, and should I care?

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Building Information Modelling is hardly a short and catchy title that flows off the tongue like mercury off of silk. It’s certainly not catchy enough for us builder types and therefore is generally abbreviated to its more commonly known name of BIM, pronounced like ‘Tim’ or ‘Kim’. B...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Value Management

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If you're involved in construction projects in some capacity, you'll probably have heard the term value management mentioned, but what is it, how is it structured, what are the measures involved, and what does success look like? In many instances, when working through project gateways, there's a ...
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Posted by Matthew Griffiths

Golden Brick – What is it, and why is it important?

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Has panic set in? You've been reading a Housing Association contract, or the words have been casually dropped in a meeting. Golden Brick. What's that I hear you cry? Where are you going to get a golden brick from? Is it in the budget? Well, breathe easy and take a pew. Now is not the time to c...
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Posted by Matthew Griffiths

Construction Accreditations – Are they important and what do they mean?

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Choosing which business to appoint and what specialist or lead consultant you want to engage with can be tricky. There'll be a price point you want to hit. You'll probably want to see similar works to the same complexity or cost of your project to prove, if appointed, that they are equipped for t...
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Posted by Matthew Griffiths

The Art of Construction Project Management

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The relationship between artist and canvas is a special and complicated one. To the untrained eye, there’s a blank piece of fabric, so pick up a brush, dip it in some paint and off you go. If it were that simple, then names like Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt and Tiepolo’s would be mere footnot...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Construction Industry Sustainability and BREEAM

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Too much carbon in the atmosphere contributes to global warming. Currently, the operation of buildings in the UK is estimated to contribute around 40% of the country's greenhouse gas emissions. Performance improvements are required both for new build and for refurbishment works. Notwithstanding a...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Construction Progress Reporting

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Construction projects contain many variables in terms of the different packages and components coming together. The requirement to manage all of these in challenging conditions can be a real test logistically. If you're working on one project with a single site and precise programming sequence, this...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Pre-Construction Planning

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The journey through to the end of detailed design and before physical works starting is known as the pre-construction phase. Whether, as a client or developer, you contract at the earliest stage or proceed through a more traditional route, you should follow the same steps, regardless of whether you ...
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Posted by Paul Heming

I still need a QS though, right?

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"For construction management, I still need a QS, don't I? Are there any scenarios where I don't need one? How would I get one? Do I have to employ them?" There are different ideas around how you should set up a project management team on a construction site. O'Reilly, an online learning platform fo...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Risks and Opportunities for Developers

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In any industry, for a project to be a success, a defined strategy is critical. Construction and development are no different. Building a plan gives the team a focus, an understanding of the end-goal: why are we building what we are building and what are our metrics for success? Having these metr...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Where do I find a good project manager?

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Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, once said that: "The secret of my success is that we have gone to exceptional lengths to hire the best people in the world." I'm sure this resonates with us all. No matter which business we are in, recruitment plays a fundamental role in our business's success,...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Insurance Profiles

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Recently, the Supreme Court has found in favour of small firms to receive payments from their insurers regarding claims for the effect of COVID-19, specifically business interruption insurance after contesting entitlement for some time. Notwithstanding this, Lloyds of London estimated that as a glob...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Whole Life Costs vs Value Engineering

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As a developer, you may be concerned about the whole life costs of your project, but equally if you intend to only fund the initial capital costs, why would you need to consider the life cycle costs of a building? You only want to build it, realise a return on your investment, and then move onto the...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Give me the numbers!

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Can developers make big savings on construction management? In previous articles, we talked at length about what Construction Management is, how it differs from the traditional ‘main contractor’ procurement route, and what the benefits are of this fresh approach. In this article, let’s del...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Advanced Payments

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When working with long term and repeat suppliers, it’s not uncommon for them to approach you when their cash flow is under pressure and request advance payment. Similarly, you may be leaning on them to deliver a project that is typically beyond their financial limit and this has placed their banki...
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Posted by Mollie Kate Cohen

What should a Developer be doing when acting as Main Contractor?

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It is becoming more and more common for Developers to take the reins on (almost) all aspects of a project and assume the role of Main Contractor. However, as Developers aren’t by name nor nature actually Main Contractors, they sometimes lack the experience and resources required to be consistently...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Securities for Developers

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Before engaging a contractor to undertake your development, apart from relying on the standard obligations placed down in your chosen form of contract, you might be seeking additional surety in the form of a bond or parent company guarantee. Understanding the difference between each is key to ensuri...
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Posted by Chris Williams

What happens when your contractor becomes insolvent mid-project?

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Have you ever wondered what the demise of Carillion meant for the numerous government projects they were involved in? Or how a Client deals with the fallout of such an event occurring on a project? What does a major development like this mean for the Client and how does the project move forward when...
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Posted by Mollie Kate Cohen

What does bidding look like at a professional level?

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If you work in the construction industry, then you’re probably familiar with the term bidding (or tendering). Yet, bidding is generally not very well understood, even though at some point, no matter which department you work in you will probably be involved in one. What is bidding? There are man...
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Posted by Piragash Sivanesan

What can a developer do when the lender is pulling funding?

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Putting a project together that stacks financially, that you feel can be executed, with the right delivery partners and right market conditions, can feel like hitting the development lottery. Many developers were caught in a position in 2008, and latterly through out a period of change from 2019-20,...
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Posted by Chris Williams

The role of a Contracts Administrator

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Have you ever come across the term ‘Contracts Administrator’ whilst browsing through some project material and wondered what it means? Or have you ever considered the purpose of such a role and what skills are required to be successful at it? The implementation phase of a construction contrac...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

A guide to valuing variations

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Disputes in construction are typically centred on payment with differing views as to the value of work completed. Variations play a key role in this as the contract price is agreed before the contract is executed. However, with contracts laying down the process for acknowledging a variation and the ...
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Posted by Karen Francis

Different types of tenders and how to approach them

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If you’re a contractor that’s new to bidding or you simply need a handy reference guide, read on for more about the different types of tenders you could face, and how best to tackle them to secure a pipeline of work for your business. Equally, if you’re a developer wondering how best to procur...
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Posted by Nikhil Patel

What do lenders look for from a developer?

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In this Q&A our writer, Nikhil Patel, interviewed Piragash Sivanesan from Totum Finance to discuss the topic of what lenders are looking for from a developer when considering whether to finance their next project. Totum Finance is a regulated brokerage that helps developers get funding for their...
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Posted by Karen Toms

When is the best time to sell a development?

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The whole reason for a property developer to build a housing development is to sell it. In order to maximise return on investment, it’s critical that they plan their project comprehensively, both in terms of completing the project within the optimum timeframe and by considering in advance the best...
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Posted by Nikhil Patel

The High Street is emptying, what can we do with it?

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A Note: This article was written just before the Coronavirus outbreak in the UK, and given the government’s imposed lockdown, it’s clear that this has created further distress to the High Street. Whilst the underlying tone of this article remains the same on the back of the outbreak, the demise...
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Posted by Nikhil Patel

The planning system and the impact of potential delays on a project

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The planning system is the framework that allows landowners and developers to legally get permission to enhance the use of their land and add value to it. Whilst a piece of land may, in principle, be appropriate to build a block of apartments upon, or several houses, without the correct planning per...
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Posted by Karen Toms

How you build marketing personas for property buyers

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Marketing is most effective when it sits right at the heart of a property company, playing a key role in informing business decisions, pricing, and communication with customers. Marketing is also crucial in ensuring that a company fully understands its target audience so it knows how to meet their n...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Structuring project cash flow

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In construction, we often hear that ‘Cash is king.’ If you think of the demise of large main contractors over recent years, it was not the lack of a full order book that lead to their collapse, it was insolvency due to a lack of cash at hand to fund operations and their funder’s confidence in ...
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Posted by Nikhil Patel

Where should I be looking for the best land opportunities?

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Land is at the centre of any deal that property traders and developers are looking at. The deal is the land, and all the potential profit and success of any deal stems from what can be achieved from a particular parcel of land. When considering a purchase they intend to construct upon, whether the s...
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Posted by Chris Williams

Low cost add-ons for developers

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Residential Property Market in the UK The residential property market, like many other sectors in the UK, goes through cycles. Following completion of a development project (depending on how the asset is disposed of), there are typically two key stakeholders that form the basis of the residential b...
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Posted by Callum Brown

Acceleration in Construction

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Go! Go! Go! Acceleration in construction is the process of moving a project towards completion at a faster pace than originally anticipated. The idea is to finish works before the contracted date and end the programme before completion is due. In most circumstances, this will be a client driven c...
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Posted by Karen Toms

Critical Path Analysis

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Critical Path Analysis (CPA), also known as the Critical Path Method (CPM), is a powerful project management tool which has been used extensively for decades in the construction industry. CPA assists you in defining and planning all of the tasks which are required in your project and how dependen...
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Posted by Callum Brown

Mock-ups and samples: How to assess construction details and finishes on your next project

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“Failing to prepare, is preparing to fail” – it’s something we’ve all heard many times before, especially working in the construction industry. It comes across as a throw away phrase used as a rebuttal when people have left things until the last minute and invariably come asking you for he...
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Posted by Nikhil Patel

The Five-Year Problem for Developers

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In the world of construction and property development, we cannot escape the realities that have come about from the Brexit crisis. The sphere of build costs and development appraisals have been hit by the uncertainty that has materialised from the way in which the situation has been handled. Despite...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Minimising Variations

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If you’re a developer with a finite amount of funding then one main priority will be to minimise variations, or at the very least ensure you’re aware of the potential for variations before they occur and that you have made adequate allowance for them through contingency. The Oxford dictionary...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Development Briefs

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The development management process for pre-construction can be broken down into five different phases, from an initial concept all the way through to full planning permission. A development brief is required for the early pre-construction phases as the development evolves through these stages. If...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Cost Planning in Construction

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Cost Plans – why are they needed? As a developer, you have criteria that inform what you want your project to deliver. These are called Employer’s requirements and outline the performance specification, which is used to inform the supply chain that any design or product must deliver on the stat...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Contractor Insolvency – What do you do when it affects your project?

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What is the difference between liquidation, administration and insolvency? Issues regarding liquidity are sadly commonplace in the construction industry for companies of all sizes. Small margins and drawn out payment processes can put a real strain on a company’s cashflow. If projects do not proc...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Risk Management in Construction

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Why is risk management important? If a project is at the very earliest stage of inception, there will likely be a high amount of uncertainty compared to when the project is close to completion. It’s good project management to acknowledge these risks and proactively manage them. This starts by ide...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Delay Analysis

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We put forward the following scenario to Jason Farnell, Adjudicator and CEDR Accredited Mediator: "We’re a Property Developer who typically acts as a Main Contractor on projects. During a recent project we experienced programme issues relating to the design team and suffered delays that extended...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Joint Venture Property Development

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What is joint venture property development? According to the Oxford dictionary, a joint venture is “a commercial enterprise undertaken jointly by two or more parties which otherwise retain their distinct identities.” In property development this extends to an arrangement between two or more par...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Preliminaries in Construction

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If the direct or permanent construction works’ bill of quantities or work schedule is prepared using the design and specification, then general project ‘overheads’ such as time related elements (e.g. project management and general supervision), plus individual items such as approvals and testi...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Schedule of Works

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What is a Schedule of Works? A Schedule of Works is a contract document that lists the works required on a project. The Schedule references the requirements included in the specifications and contract drawings plus any additional ‘builders work’ or ‘fixing schedule’ type items, this is comm...
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Posted by Dean Suttling

Construction Phase Plan

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What is a Construction Phase Plan (CPP)? If you have worked in the construction industry then you are likely to have heard reference made to the Construction Design Management Regulations or CDM. The CDM Regulations were first introduced in 1994 following a European Directive (92/57/EEC) concern...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Defects Liability Period

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What is the Defects Liability Period and how is it relevant to Subcontracts I place? We put forward the following scenario to Jason Farnell, Adjudicator and CEDR Accredited Mediator: I'm a Property Developer who typically acts as a Main Contractor on projects and I’m interested in understanding...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Construction Management Procurement

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An Introduction to Construction Management Construction Management is a totally unique procurement route. Using this method, the developer directly employs multiple subcontractors (referred to as Trade Contractors) instead of employing a single Main Contractor. The single feature that makes Constru...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Giving Notice – Project Lifecycle 13

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On almost every project, whether you’re a Main or Subcontractor, you’ll have experienced a delay to your works due to a lack of access on site. The Contract states you’ll be granted unrestricted access in an area but that isn’t the case - you’re sharing the area, or the conditions in the a...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Project Reviews – Project Lifecycle 10

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For whatever reason, there is a whole list of names given for Project Review meetings in Construction. Depending on where you’ve worked, you’ve likely heard them referred to as ‘Project Reviews’, ‘Cost to Completes’, ‘MPR’s’, ‘CVR’s – the list goes on. What shouldn’t cha...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Cash is your best friend – Project Lifecycle 8

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Cash is your best mate… In all lines of business ‘Cash is King’, but in construction, it’s more critical than most. There are so many reasons why cash in your bank rather than in your clients is important – whether it’s to buy equipment, employ and pay subcontractors, or simply to imp...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Risks and Opportunities – Project Lifecycle 7

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In any industry, for a project to be a success, a defined project strategy is critical - Construction is no different. So, what’s the strategy on your project? How are you interacting with your client? Are there Value Engineering opportunities and key risks you need to focus on? Are there speci...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Design Delays – Project Lifecycle 5

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I’ve already mentioned that where Construction Contracts include design, my experience is that the success or failure of the programme, typically hinges on the success of the design period. If like me, you’ve worked on contracts where your company had major design responsibility, design delay...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Design Management Process – Project Lifecycle 3

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Where Construction Contracts include design, my experience is that the success or failure of the project typically hinges on the success of the design period. At tender stage, understanding, and successfully negotiating a favourable Design Management Process will help you to plan and deliver the ...
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Posted by Christopher Barber

Maximising your Tender Handover

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One of the most important meetings in a project is the tender handover meeting from estimating to QS. I’ve been in hundreds of these meetings and they’re a hot spot for waffle! So much is discussed that is completely unimportant and irrelevant, particularly at this stage of the project. Some pr...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Contractor Insurance Types

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The complexities of insurance can be intimidating for many in the construction industry and it's easy to see why. As legal documents, it's necessary for insurance contracts to be packed full of dense legal terminology – leading many to dismiss it as simply another regulatory hurdle to be overcome...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Costs increase with tender prices static – feeling the squeeze?

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With many manufacturers reporting further rises in raw material prices in the third quarter of 2017 and only a small proportion of Main Contractors increasing tender prices to compensate, many are anticipating a squeeze on construction margins in the coming months. The Construction Products Assoc...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Five trends shaping the future UK housing market

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Changing demographics and evolution in technology are having a significant impact on the future of UK housing. Many are hoping that the nation’s housing crisis will be alleviated thanks to technological innovation. But five trends are on the rise and can’t be ignored. Combined, these five trends...
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Posted by Paul Heming

When a Health and Safety Inspector Calls

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The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have been tasked with keeping people safe and healthy while at work since 1975. They are the body responsible for the encouragement, regulation and enforcement of workplace health, safety and welfare, and for research into occupational risks in Great Britain. T...
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Posted by Paul Heming

UK Property Shortage – Practical Solutions

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The UK’s property shortage: what practical solutions are being taken to tackle it? “The housing market in this country is broken, and the cause is very simple: for too long, we haven’t built enough homes.” With this powerful statement starts Fixing our broken housing market, the Housing Wh...
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Posted by Paul Heming

The construction industry of the future

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Over the last decade, the world has seen a surge in new technologies that has transformed many industries. Company owners and employers of all labour sectors were encouraged to adapt their knowledge to these fast-moving changes that are deeply impacting our lives. Even though innovation has been sl...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Managing Work at Height Effectively

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The Work at Height Regulations place duties on employers to ensure that work at height is properly planned, appropriately supervised and carried out in a manner that is, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe. To achieve this, it will involve ensuring that those involved in work at height are co...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Margin delivery strategy – Project Control

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CREDIT: Jason Farnell, Commercial Risk Management With ‘best in class’ margins for general contractors being measured in single digit percentages, the need to secure the tendered margin is paramount for continued trading let alone growth.  And let’s be careful here… margin is not profit ...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Fork Lift Refresher Training

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Fork Lift operators, even those who are trained and experienced, need to be routinely monitored in the workplace and, where necessary, retested or refresher trained to make sure they continue to operate lift trucks safely. The Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) believes that regular refresher tra...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Fire Safety Training

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All employees should undergo some form of basic Fire Safety training when they join a company, complemented by refresher courses on a regular basis. By doing this, staff will be prepared in the event of a fire, ensuring their own safety and the safety of other people on the premises. It is vitally ...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Planning and Programming!

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“I didn’t realise the time…..” A frequent response from my teenage sons when we are late setting off for rugby training…. Nothing that a second grilling for lateness from the Head Coach can’t deal with! Sadly performing to time is perhaps the single biggest universal failing in the con...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Cash is still king!

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Cash is still king – applying, agreeing and collecting. Whatever the size and profitability of a business, getting paid is essential and everyone in that business should treat cash collection as the single most important priority. The reasons why businesses do not collect in the cash that is du...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Training and Development

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Training and Development of Your Employees Employers have a general duty to provide information, instruction and training to all their employees (see Section 2(2)(c) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974).  This requirement is subject to the ‘so far as is reasonably practicable’ provis...
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Posted by Paul Heming

£70m Rochdale Riverside Redevelopment

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An exciting new scheme is just around the corner in Rochdale. The development known as Rochdale Riverside is a joint venture between Genr8 Developments and Kajima who are working closely in partnership with Rochdale Borough Council. The exciting redevelopment had its planning application approved o...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Compliance when working with Asbestos

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Recent prosecutions by the HSE have shown that there are still companies who are not following appropriate procedures to ensure that asbestos is located and managed, or remediated, correctly during building refurbishments. In December 2014 two Northamptonshire firms pleaded guilty to a total of fou...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Environmental Management Systems

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Environmental issues have come to the forefront in recent years with greater awareness amongst legislators, insurers, financiers, shareholders, customers, employees and neighbours. Concern for the environment has forced the international community to look at ways of reducing the impact on the enviro...
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Posted by Paul Heming

HSE New Strategy – Helping Britain Work Well

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Great Britain’s health and safety record is the envy of much of the world and 4see believe we should all be proud of this. Central to this effort is the focus we all place on protecting people by managing risk in a proportionate and effective way, supporting innovation and increasing productivity....
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Posted by Paul Heming

House Building Contractors…

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...Confront “Flawed” Completion Stats The recent housing completion figures released by the government have stirred up controversy amongst house building contractors, many of whom have taken umbrage as they believe the figures to be a “flawed” representation of what the sector is actually...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Scottish Construction Calls for Tech Revolution

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Stephen Good, who is the Chief Executive of the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC), which is a support group that encourages those in Construction to collaborate with academics with the aim of creating new technology that will benefit the industry as a whole, has stated that Scotland req...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Crossrail 2 Briefing Day To Be Held in London

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Transport for London has announced that it is planning a special briefing day in mid-September that will allow the Construction industry to find out more details regarding Crossrail 2 and potential contracts related to the development. Crossrail 2 will serve both London and the wider South East area...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Gilbert-Ash Sees Turnover Increase

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Will all of the industry speculation that still surrounds the prospect of a Brexit it is refreshing to see that there are a number of companies that seem to be running counter to the assertions from some Professionals that Construction is set to enter into recession.Belfast-based Gilbert-Ash is one ...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Slow Investment Leads to Faltering Construction Growth

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Despite a number of positive signs that Construction is set to rebound from the issues caused by Brexit, in the short-term it appears that hesitance on the part of investors is leading to faltering growth in the sector. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) conducted a survey for the t...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Saint-Gobain Outlines Positive Brexit Outlook

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One of the biggest issues that surrounds the success of the Leave campaign in the EU referendum, at least when it comes to Construction, is the effect that the decision may have on domestic companies and their relationships with those in Europe. Some believe that Britain’s exit from the EU could r...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Post-Brexit Construction Boom Predicted

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By now we have all heard about the rather notable slump that Construction has undergone as a result of the uncertainty surrounding the Brexit referendum, with statistics showing that the industry experienced a downturn during June 2016. Most alarmingly, the period running up to the referendum saw th...
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Posted by Paul Heming

PLanBEE Furthers Its Ambitions

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A skills and careers program in the North East has joined forces with Gateshead College with the aim of developing its program further and offering more opportunities for youngsters who are looking to enter the Construction sector. PlanBEE, which was launched by Ryder Architecture in 2013, with t...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Gatwick Bosses Confirm £200 Million in Construction Investment for The Airport

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Since Gatwick Airport came under new ownership in 2009, there has been an increasing commitment to improving its infrastructure and investing in construction. Bosses at the airport are apparently committed to investing £2.5 billion into various projects up until 2021, with £1.2 billion having alre...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Morrisoe Doubles Profit

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Morrisoe, which is one of the leading Construction groups in the UK, specialising in groundworks and reinforced concrete frame construction, has delivered more positive news to the industry with the announcement that it has almost doubled profits based on the improving performance of the commercial ...
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Posted by Paul Heming

Housebuilding Sector Possibly Affected by EU Uncertainty

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We have already spoken at length about how the possibility of a Brexit appears to be affecting the Construction industry, with uncertainty relating to the UK’s position in the European Union (EU) possibly leading to the growth of the industry being tempered during the first and second quarters of ...
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