Michael is a member of G&T’s market research team. He oversees our market analysis efforts, monitoring key trends and developments within the construction industry. Michael is involved in a number of our core publications, including G&T’s quarterly TPI reports and Market Updates.
Gavin is a lead partner in our Workplace sector acting for developers, funders and occupiers. An active member of the British Council for Offices, he sits on the Technical Affairs Committee and has contributed to the rewriting of their Guide to Specification 2009, 2014 and 2019 together with the Fit Out Guide of 2011.
Laura is passionate about delivering complex and sustainable mixed-use developments with a consistent emphasis on community-led strategies.
Jason is the current Chair of the British Aviation Group and has 33 years' experience in the development and construction industry with a particular focus on the aviation sector.
Much of the current discussion around net zero carbon tends to focus on new buildings. It involves questions of how to lower embodied carbon, incorporate new materials, integrate on-site renewables and so on. These issues are certainly important and need answers, but they can also obscure the importance of existing buildings.
By Richard Francis
Strong output growth in 2022 provided the industry with a buffer of workload and laid a solid foundation for the industry to enter an economic slowdown.
In a world where hybrid working and work-from-home practices are now the norm, office space can no longer be just a place of work. With companies taking greater consideration of their employees’ wellbeing and mental health whilst seeking to attract the best talent, the office must provide a highly engaging social environment. Across the market, there is shift in the mix of tenants that landlords are bringing into their buildings.
By Laura Mazzeo