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Alasdair Reisner

  • Contracting: Time to train


    Having conducted extensive research into the skills needed by the sector, the task for the Infrastructure 21 programme was to produce an education syllabus to match. The Civil Engineering Contractors Association has launched a new nationwide training programme.
  • Identifying good leadership skills upfront will be key to delivering great infrastructure


    There can be little doubt that the outlook for the infrastructure sector is looking more positive than it has for many years.
  • Highways maintenance: The bumpy road ahead


    The UK is the sixth biggest economy in the world. Yet this economic strength often appears to be sustained in spite of, rather than because of, one of the country’s most valuable assets.
  • Contractors File 2009: Storm warning

    20 August 2009

    It’s been a sea change in trading conditions in the past two years for those companies represented in this year’s CECA/NCE Contractors File. But what does the future hold? Alasdair Reisner reports.

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