The collapse of contracting giant Carillion offered a lesson for the construction sector. It reminded the industry of the need to carry out jobs for the right amount of money and to maintain good cash flow. It has also led to the sector looking at new technologies such as cryptocurrency to smooth out cash flow issues.
Physical, brick-and-mortar shopping malls have been declared ‘dead’ time and again, but their real future is more complicated for builders
The method, which features off-site, manufactured components transported to a jobsite, has grown in popularity of late, but must overcome several obstacles to reach mainstream viability


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