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Construction progress tracking – measure work, not labour.

17th May, 2020

In construction, we already have many methods of tracking our labour and workforce. Construction sites use timesheets and sign in […]

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What will the construction industry look like after COVID-19?

10th May, 2020

As construction sites begin to slowly emerge from Lockdown, we look at the five short term outcomes of the COVID-19 […]

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Improving the accuracy of Estimating

3rd April, 2020

Estimating is one of the grey areas of the Quantity Surveying field, the very best make it seem like a […]

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The Potential Impact of COVID-19 on the Construction Industry

19th March, 2020

As the news of COVID-19 broke from China in late January, one of the first images broadcast to the world […]

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The Future of Quantity Surveying

21st February, 2020

In the past 50 years the profession has progressed at a rate that would have been unimaginable in 1970. Secretaries […]

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Bills of Quantities – are they dying out of construction?

10th February, 2020

Since the early 19th Century a Bill of Quantities has been a staple of almost every medium-large construction project since. It […]

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Feasibility Studies – A must for Property Investment

24th January, 2020

A feasibility study is an early stage assessment into the viability of a project to meet the end needs of […]

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What will Brexit mean for the Construction industry?

15th January, 2020

As the UK prepares to Brexit on 31st January 2020, there is a substantial question mark over the impact of […]

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Why you need to involve construction professionals on your project

20th November, 2019

A member the general public when faced with paying fees to a construction consultant for their new house or investment […]

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