Are Built environment companies operating in War zone liable for prosecution for war crimes and human rights abuses?

The question that begs to be answered in this article is whether construction and engineering companies can be liable to prosecution under international law because of their operations in conflict or war zones for crimes against humanity and abuse of human rights. I will also draw the nexus between business operations and parental liability under the United Nations Guiding … Continue reading Are Built environment companies operating in War zone liable for prosecution for war crimes and human rights abuses?

How does construction and engineering companies impact the mega sporting events

Samuel Charandura March 27, 2019 How do construction and engineering companies impact the mega sporting events? Human rights organizations and other NGOs, media, unions have reported human rights abuses caused by the impacts of massive infrastructure projects carried out in preparation for major sporting events, such as the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic Games.   … Continue reading How does construction and engineering companies impact the mega sporting events

Artificial Intelligence and the Construction/Built environment: Are robots ethical?

Samuel Charandura March 5, 2019 Construction Law, Contract Law, Public 0 Most of us welcomed the advent of artificial intelligence, otherwise known as AI in the Construction/Built Environment industries. However, some did so with a pinch of salt. The field of artificial intelligence (AI), which refers to work processes of machines that would require intelligence … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence and the Construction/Built environment: Are robots ethical?

Video for the week!!!!

During #apprenticeshipweek have a look at the Build UK and @BerkeleyGroupUK video for a glimpse at some of the opportunities available in #Construction and see where your career might take you! #FutureJobs #inspiringconstruction #Apprenticeships