If we want to increase the number of women in Australia's construction sector we need to be willing to challenge working conditions for men, write Louise Chappell and Natalie Galea.
Construction has slumped to its lowest level since 2010, and the US Fed remains divided on its next interest rate hike, writes Richard Holden.
In a knowledge-based economy, Australian construction firms need to shift from applied to pure R&D, writes Martin Loosemore.
Donald Trump, if he takes the US presidency, will immediately start building a wall between Mexico and the US. What lessons can he take from those celebrated wall-builders, the Chinese? asks Xing Ruan.
Problems with measuring and reporting innovation means successes in the construction industry are obscured, writes Martin Loosemore.
All new enterprises experience barriers to entry into the construction sector. However, recent research has shown that Indigenous businesses face more barriers than most, writes Martin Loosemore.
There has been a vast amount written about construction productivity stretching back more than 50 years, writes Martin Loosemore.
High-rise architecture needs to respond to a city’s unique climate, culture and context, writes Philip Oldfield.
A sluggish building climate is leading construction companies to trim costs, pursue smaller projects and divest in larger non-performing ones, writes John Heath Roberts.
The construction industry offers many opportunities to further federal government goals of enhancing growth through competition, innovation and entrepreneurship, writes Martin Loosemore.