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Check out our latest blog posts, which provide commentary and opinions on issues and trends in the construction and contracting industry.

Pay for Site Workers Set to Rise: Job Costing Software Will Help You Manage Budgets

Minimum pay rates for construction site workers will increase by 6% in a two-year deal. The Construction Industry Joint Council (CIJC) Working Rule Agreement comes into effect on 25th June. Negotiated by construction unions Unite and GMB, the new deal affects more than 400,000 construction workers and will see their basic pay rates rise by […]

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Digitise or die: Why you need construction job costing software

In the construction industry, a new study showed that many companies are still failing to keep up with the latest technology and relying on outdated methods which can impede growth, slow up projects and, at worst, harm profits. As Eque2 experienced during its participation in the recent CIOB programme on ‘Remastering the Future’, there is […]

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Big Ben costs double; what lessons can be learnt?

Recently in construction news we have been hearing a lot about Big Ben’s renovation costs doubling. The project has become much more complex than originally thought due to the stonework needing more work; the cost of removing and repainting the metal in the tower and reglazing the clock face.   The Elizabeth Tower that is […]

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CIS: What’s changing and how does it affect you?

What is CIS? The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) defines how much contractors in the construction industry pay their subcontractors and what they give to HMRC as tax. As a contractor you must ensure you register with the scheme and stay compliant with it by ensuring your subcontractors are registered with HMRC, you submit monthly returns […]

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