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Get Fit For Brexit: The Buoyant Markets


In this fifth instalment in the Get Fit for Brexit series, Barbour ABI takes a look through the eyes of two major M&E subcontractors to get an overview of forthcoming construction sector activity, and where suppliers might benefit from taking a look. Steve Wignall is MD at Imtech Engineering Services, the second largest M&E specialist … Read more

Get Fit For Brexit: Offsite Construction and the ‘Platforms’ Approach

Platform Installation

It’s generally accepted that offsite construction and DfMA (design for manufacture and assembly) offer leaner construction in a precision factory environment with better health and safety credentials and less wastage. But while on the one hand they haven’t yet been widely embraced, on the other the landscape is constantly evolving – with knock on effects … Read more

Get Fit For Brexit: Better Data Management

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In the second of Barbour ABI’s articles looking at what organisations can be doing to be as lean, efficient and productive as possible in uncertain times, we take a look at data management and what can be done to make the most of the vast pools they acquire. Speaking at a 2018 event at which … Read more

Get Fit For Brexit: Construction Opportunities in UK Ports

Brexit - UK Port

With Britain’s exit from the EU leaving many organisations navigating turbulent waters, Barbour ABI is examining – over a series of articles – what construction businesses can do to prepare for uncertain times and best focus their resources. One area that deserves scrutiny during Brexit – and may be about to get an infrastructure construction … Read more

Preparing for Brexit: Maintaining a strong construction sector post-Brexit

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The UK’s impending exit from the EU is likely to be an epochal moment. Depending on the form of the exit, the impact of Brexit on the construction industry could be minor, or there could be very severe economic consequences. Assessing the different outcomes of Brexit Considering the major impacts of a non-disruptive Brexit and … Read more

Brexit strategy

Michael at 240 Blackfriars | Barbour ABI

The latest construction output release from the ONS told a familiar story of monthly declines set against longer term growth. This indicates that the industry remains in fairly good health despite the increasing number of negative headlines on construction and the UK economy, including the effects of Brexit. The industry declined by 0.3% in February … Read more

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