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‘Bounce-Back Begins’ says Builders’ Conference

After two consecutive months in which it appeared the COVID-19 crisis had finally taken the wind out of the UK construction sector’s sails, research carried out by Builders’ Conference shows that the industry has bounced back in July 2020 with

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Too Little, Too Late says Builders’ Conference

The Government are set to inject the industry with £5 billion infrastructure boost, but according to Builders’ Conference’s data, it’s too little, too late. “Welcome though that announcement is, it did little to detract from a beleaguered set of monthly

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A World Turned Upside-Down

The UK construction sector continues to confound and confuse, delivering a record-breaking level by value of new contract awards from verified research carried out by Builders’ Conference amidst a global pandemic. Builders’ Conference CEO Neil Edwards is equal parts bemused and

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Hitting the Ground Running

The UK construction sector has laughed in the face of Brexit, HS2 uncertainty and the suspension of the much-lauded Smart Motorways scheme to post an almost unbelievably positive set of new contract awards for January 2020.  Builders’ Conference CEO Neil

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Opinion / Comment

Feasting Upon False Dawns

In a month in which all political, economic and seasonal indicators pointed towards a downturn, the UK construction industry chose to self-identify as upward and upbeat.   Builders’ Conference CEO Neil Edwards looks on disbelievingly. In March this year, the

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