Green Brexit: Reengineering the environmental impact in construction

Doka UK 29 March 2019.-The possible requirement for new laws and regulations to control and manage the environmental impact of companies may affect many industries post Brexit, including construction. This is a pending issue that has already begun to be organised with bills and with numerous reports, forums and expert opinions. In response to this […]

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National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline –Plans for £600bn of Infrastructure Investment

Doka UK 08 March 2019.- Uncertainty can be overcome with planning. For this reason, the UK Infrastructure Plan is a very interesting topic within the construction sector. New modern construction methods, new processes adapted to the digital transformation and new public plans to develop skills are all subjects discussed within the National Infrastructure and Construction […]

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Bridging the construction skills gap

Doka UK 8 February 2019.- It is no secret that the UK construction industry is experiencing a prolonged and increasing skills shortage, but what is the current situation and forecast for 2019 and beyond? What public resources are needed to improve this predicament? What can construction companies do to attract skilled personnel into the industry? […]

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UK Construction Outlook for 2019: unpredictable yet optimistic

Doka UK 11 January 2019.- The UK’s construction industry is a complex one. From the ‘beast from the east’ in March last year, to the impending uncertainty of Brexit, the industry showed its resilience and ability to bounce back in 2018. But what can we expect from 2019? Before looking at how the UK construction […]

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