Issue : 12 July 2012
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Mace to hit £1 billion turnover by end of 2012Subscription
Mace is set to hit a £1 billion turnover by the end of the 2012 calendar year, it said today.
Solar installations plummet by more than halfSubscription
Photovoltaic installations since the last round of cuts to Feed-in Tariffs have declined by more than 50 per cent, CN analysis shows.
Airbus contract wins for MillerSubscription
Miller Construction has won work worth £37m from aircraft manufacturer Airbus at Filton, near Bristol.
Thousands of jobs and billions of pounds could be saved if the water industry follows a set of recommendations to address the stop-start cycle of investment, Infrastructure UK claimed today.
Hyde to seek maintenance bidsSubscription
Hyde Housing Association is set to procure up to £55 million a year of work.
Roofers offered 10 years in ParliamentSubscription
The houses of lords and commons are looking for a £60m new roof.
First eco-town project gets green lightSubscription
The NW Bicester project’s first phase has been given the go-ahead.
Balfour Beatty wins £23m rail and road contractsSubscription
Balfour Beatty has won work in Scotland worth up to £23m.
RJ McLeod wins £8.5m Scottish contractSubscription
RJ McLeod has won an £8.5m contract as part of ‘Helix’, a £41m transformation of central Scotland, aimed at turning 100 acres between Falkirk and Grangemouth into a parkland, lagoon and events space with two 30-meter high horse’s heads.
Medical sale for Morgan Sindall as £23.9m raisedSubscription
Morgan Sindall Group has raised £23.9m to invest in new projects by selling various medical interests.