Issue : 12 January 2012
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Keepmoat CEO Ian Sutcliffe leaves after 9 monthsSubscription
Keepmoat’s chief executive Ian Sutcliffe has left the company after nine months, with former Apollo boss Dave Sheridan taking his place.
SMEs group together to access Green DealSubscription
SMEs will be able to access Green Deal work through a new member-owned organisation which aims to help smaller businesses get work “on their own terms”.
Gatwick Airport has announced the appointment of Derek Hendry as construction director.
Vinci lands £44m London depot refurb workSubscription
Vinci has been awarded a £44m contract to carry out enabling works for upgrades to Ealing Common and Upminster Depots.
Government loses Feed-in Tariff appeal Subscription
The government has lost its appeal against a High Court decision that it acted unlawfully in slashing solar subsidies in a move that could see thousands of homeowners receive a higher Feed-in Tariff rate.
Bam Nuttall has been chosen to carry out civil engineering works on a £500 million incinerator planned at King’s Lynn in Norfolk.
Miller and Cofely are among the contractors awarded a £116 million PFI accommodation deal by Avon and Somerset Police Authority, Construction News understands.
Chinese fund takes 9pc stake in Thames WaterSubscription
A Chinese sovereign wealth fund has made its first move in the UK by buying a 9 per cent stake in Thames Water.
Mitie has missed out on an £170 million facilities management contract with Edinburgh City Council, despite claims that the deal would have saved the council £115m.
How to reduce fleet running costsSubscription
Report outlines how van fleets can operate more efficiently