News

181-195 of 31442 Articles
Clock icon 2 minutes

Despite improved transparency, a Holyrood committee has found that inconsistency, bureaucracy, and inflexibility are still creating challenges for small businesses and third sector organisations looking to participate in public procurement. A decade on from the introduction of the Procurement Reform

Clock icon 2 minutes

Legislation giving Scottish Ministers powers to assess and remediate buildings which have unsafe cladding, where consent of the owners cannot be provided, has received royal assent. The Housing (Cladding Remediation) (Scotland) Bill allows the creation of a Cladding Assurance Register to give homeow

Clock icon 3 minutes

A new playbook on the use of AI in the construction industry has been published by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). Drawn up the CIOB's digital and innovation advisory panel, the playbook, now available for free download, has been written for built environment organisations of all sizes s

Clock icon 6 minutes

Multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy Harley Haddow is highlighting the stereotypes and misogyny being faced by female engineers ahead of International Women in Engineering Day on Sunday. With comments like "you don't look like an engineer", catcalling on worksites or being mistaken for adminis

181-195 of 31442 Articles