Call for continuity for collapsed Carillion projects

Royal Liverpool Hospital rescue

With the government announcing that public sector funding will rescue the £335 million Royal Liverpool Hospital in addition to the Midland Metropolitan Hospital in Birmingham, it came with the positive news that using existing construction contractors is high on the agenda. Aidan Kehoe, Chief Executive at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals commented: “The trust intends to continue working with the existing construction contractors involved, so that the construction finishes as soon as possible, maximising the value for money of...

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Bar Codes In Construction Survey

Zone Manager Barcodes in Construction

Bar codes in Construction! Here at Zone Manager we want to know how you are using bar codes within the construction industry. Are they something you are utilising? Are they beneficial and how can we help you get the most from them when using Zone Manager?       Click here to read more about Barcodes in Construction. We've created a short survey and we would value your input to help us shape future product developments that will work for you....

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Zone Manager getting you out of the Congestion Jam

local environment and construction image ccs best practice

Such is the concern about the potential local environmental impacts of major construction projects that the UK government has published a specific framework for the assessment, control and management for matters such as construction traffic that will be necessary during construction of the schemes such as HS2. And it’s a concern that site managers often share. Managing contractors, sub-contractors and deliveries arriving at site can be worry enough without throwing into that the concerns voiced by local residents about congestion,...

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Barcodes in construction

Watch our new 'Barcodes in Construction' video to see how Zone Manager can help with a solution: Barcodes are commonplace these days.  You find them everywhere from the side of a can of beans to the boxes delivered to your door.  High Street retailers use them all the time and yet they are not common on construction sites. Why is this? There are some good reasons.  Shops, warehouses  and distribution centres are, by and large, clean and dry places.   The...

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