Jim De Waele
I have written previously about the importance of apprentices to the specialist geotechnical sector. Clearly, they bring obvious economic benefits to individual businesses, but as their careers develop they play their part in assuring a pipeline of skilled people necessary to take advantage of the growth in our sector.
Geotechnical: Where innovation hits the groundSubscription
The open and competitive nature of the UK construction market drives a constant need to do things differently: we are all seeking that winning proposition.
Shouldn’t collaboration be a given?
Construction is in recovery. Well if the figures gathered quarterly by the Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) from its members are anything to go by, that is.
Talking Point with Jim De WaeleSubscription
The challenges of doing business are being made harder than they need to be due to delays in being paid for work, according to Jim De Waele