Tag : Skills
Profile | NicholsSubscription
Lots of consultancies talk about having a diversely skilled workforce, but Nichols is proof that successful project managers come from all disciplines.
Nine lLeading industry bodies have urged the government to address skills shortages in construction as Brexit uncertainty threatens to undermine efforts to recruit from other European Union (EU) countries.
Industry concerned by Brexit immigration white paper Subscription
Changes proposed to the immigration system to take effect in the wake of Brexit “seriously threaten” the UK’s access to skilled labour for construction and engineering, say industry leaders.
The House of Lords has backed offsite construction, calling for a greater use of new technologies.
New Civil Engineer editor becomes ICE FellowSubscription
New Civil Engineer editor Mark Hansford has become a Fellow of the ICE.
The largest survey of its kind will ask 20,000 companies to reveal their experience of skills shortages in the industry.
Tideway has launched 12 apprenticeship positions for trainee engineers to learn about the tunnelling industry while working on the super sewer project.
A lack of senior bridge inspectors in the UK could be causing a backlog in bridge assessments, engineers have warned.
ICE tackles skills gap with learning hub Subscription
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has launched a learning hub to tackle the growing skills shortage within the industry.
Civils contractors have said that low levels of skilled workers is a major factor inhibiting their ability to deliver projects.