Elevational and Sectional drawings

Measured Building Surveys.net – along with Floor Plans they also provide elevational drawings, sections and visualisations of properties and buildings. Lease Plans and Land Registry Plans. Land Registry Lease Plans Since  October 2003, all new leases granted for terms over 7 years or existing leases sold or assigned with 7 Continue Reading

Floor Plans – As Built Plans – Elevations and Sectional drawings

Measured Building Surveys.net provide all the Floor Plan services one could wish  for.  If you need a measured building survey or even several measured building surveys or a measured building surveyor,  you have come to the right place. If time is of the essence, or clients time constraints are limited Continue Reading

ARES the CADalyst Review

CAD Pioneer Graebert GmbH Announces ARES, The First Native CAD Solution For All 3 Major Operating Systems & Mobile, Windows, MAC and Linux! Based on 5 Years of Development, ARES Combines Exceptional Performance with AutoCAD Compatibility, Easy-to-Navigate UI, Full Customization and Native Availability on Windows, Mac & Linux Read the Continue Reading

Clegg says that jobs in construction are at the heart of Lib Dem manifesto

The Liberal Democrat’s manifesto may have come a little later than the other two political parties but the third party’s political pledges share a similar concern for the future of construction recruitment in the UK. Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has however followed up his party’s manifesto with a letter addressed to industry news publication Building. Continue Reading

UK construction sector finally picks up

New PMI research shows that UK construction activity moved into growth during March for the first time since February 2008. The seasonally adjusted CIPS/Markit Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) recorded a score of 53.1, rising from the previous month’s reading of 48.5. According to the report, growth of the sector Continue Reading

How construction jobs fit into Labour manifesto on public spending

As the 2010 UK general election approaches, manifestos from each of the country’s political parties will outline their policies for their prospective governments. The first party to do so is Labour, whose election pledges contain many details relevant to construction jobs such as public spending on regeneration, infrastructure improvements and Continue Reading

Bone Steel calls in receivers as 113 jobs go

Scottish firm goes into administration after slump in demand for structural steel Lanarkshire firm Bone Steel entered administration today after 18 months of struggling with low demand and rising debt. KPMG was appointed receiver following a request from the company directors. Of 118 employees, 113 have already been made redundant Continue Reading