Issue : 1 December 2011
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Companies that do not embrace BIM will “probably be out of business” in five years’ time, ACE’s new chairman has warned.
Mott Macdonald's Keith Howells made ACE chairmanSubscription
The Association for Consultancy and Engineering has made Mott Macdonald’s Keith Howells its chairman for 2013.
Galliford Try loses £18m Birmingham NEC dealSubscription
Galliford Try has lost an £18 million job to refurbish the Birmingham NEC after the parties failed to negotiate a “commercially suitable outcome” on the contract.
Severfield-Rowen chief executive Tom Haughey has departed as the firm reported cost overruns on the Cheesegrater project and entered talks with banks.
Forward Features 2013Subscription
Construction News has now published its full forward features list for 2013.
Silverstone development gets council backingSubscription
Two councils give outline planning approval to race track development
Banks have become more reluctant to lend to to the commercial property sector in the face of the Eurozone crisis, according to a new report.
A developer and its manager have been hit with nearly £20,000 in fines and costs after two workers were engulfed by a fireball that vaporised their drill.
A public inquiry into Dunstable Northern Bypass will be re-started in February as the government continues to set a 2014 start date for the scheme.
Mitie secures energy dealSubscription
Mitie Group has been appointed to develop and operate an energy centre for Scotland’s largest self sufficient community.