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TG20:21 to go on sale in spring

The NASC’s eagerly-anticipated eGuide scaffolding compliance software update and expansion – TG20:21 – will go on sale from March. 

TG20:21 builds on TG20:13, the NASC’s innovative, user-friendly and widely-adopted eGuide software, which enables users to produce a wide range of standard scaffolding structures, without the need for bespoke design. 

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Tackling the ‘silent pandemic’ threatening construction

Amid rising rates of suicide and mental health issues1 during the COVID-19 pandemic, many large construction firms have stepped up to boost mental health support for their employees.

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Constructionarium Ltd receives grant from Norfolk Community Foundation

Constructionarium Ltd were awarded £250 from the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Small Grants Scheme in order to fund reusable mugs to promote sustainability on site and help to reduce the use of single use plastic.

"These mugs will help us to achieve our net zero carbon goals and demonstrate to visitors the importance of thinking about sustainability at every level of a project." 

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Construction SMEs have the foundations to build on in 2021

By Andrew Dixon, Commercial director specialist finance, Aldermore.

2020 was a highly challenging year for SMEs in construction and across sectors, with the Covid-19 pandemic putting the brakes on economic activity, causing significant supply chain disruption, and hitting business confidence.

But now as 2021 gets underway, the medium-term prospects look brighter even if a new national lockdown has recently been announced. The vaccination rollout provides hope that the pandemic will be brought under control. One last push through to the Spring may see the country finally turning the corner. Construction in any case is one industry that will be able to carry on working as normal to keep the economy moving.

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WEBINAR - Legal Review Series - Property and Construction

Bevan Brittan are hosting a series of webinars, focusing on key legal issues. They will take place every day from 18-22 January 2021.

In this series they will be looking back at legal developments and challenges which businesses have faced over the last 12 months, before considering lessons learned for the year ahead. The webinars are 1 hour each, with the chance to ask their expert team about each of the subjects raised.

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