header nav1

Britain News

Monday July 16, 2018

Loading Icon
Brits Buy Failing Arrium Steel
Business
Friday July 7 2017

Brits Buy Failing Arrium Steel

A British led consortium has gobbled up failing Australian steel maker Arrium after beating out a Korean consortium which had previously been identified as the preferred...

British ‘New Home Sales’ Reach 10 Year High
Residential
Thursday May 4 2017

British ‘New Home Sales’ Reach 10 Year High

The number of homes being built at the start of 2017 in Britain is the highest in a decade, according to an industry body.

Australia Falling Behind in BIM Implementation
Technology
Thursday April 9 2015

Australia Falling Behind in BIM Implementation

Whilst Australia continues to debate the merits of whether we should have a whole of government or whole of industry taskforce and whether to mandate or...

Engineering the Largest Library in Europe
Buildings
Friday September 20 2013

Engineering the Largest Library in Europe

For a long time, the UK’s second city has sat in the shadow of London, but in recent years a number of high-profile engineering projects have...

98 Per Cent of Female Engineers Love Their Work
Business
Wednesday September 18 2013

98 Per Cent of Female Engineers Love Their Work

A new report has found that the overwhelming majority of women working as engineers in Britain find the profession to be rewarding and say their gender...

Dyson Founder Slams Britain’s Lack of Engineers
Business
Friday September 6 2013

Dyson Founder Slams Britain’s Lack of Engineers

As UK technology firm Dyson embarks upon a major recruitment drive both at home and abroad, its eponymous founder has bemoaned a stark shortage of engineers...

BAE Chairman Frets Over Britain’s Low Regard for Engineers
Business
Thursday June 27 2013

BAE Chairman Frets Over Britain’s Low Regard for Engineers

The chairman of leading British defense contractor BAE Systems says the UK will soon face a severe shortage of engineers if the country fails to change...