Issue : 5 April 2012
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Yorkshire specialist set for administrationSubscription
Forty-year-old West Yorkshire firm Quarmby Construction is set to go into administration.
French construction giant Vinci has warned of a flat year ahead after growing group revenue to £33.4 billion in 2012.
Administrations in construction fall 28pcSubscription
The number of construction companies going out of business looks to have dropped significantly in the third quarter of 2012, as total insolvencies across industries in England and Wales hit a five-year low.
Thomas Vale Group profits fell by almost half in its final year as an independent company, according to its annual accounts.
Killby & Gayford goes into administrationSubscription
Historic contractor Killby & Gayford went into administration today.
Cruden wins £15m Scottish housing contractSubscription
Cruden Construction has won a £15m contract to finish housing projects left incomplete after another builder went bust.
Leicester reaches close on two more PFI schoolsSubscription
A PFI scheme to build and run two schools in Leicester has reached financial close
Broadmoor gets go ahead for redevelopmentSubscription
A council has given planning permission for the redevelopment of Broadmoor Hospital in Berkshire.
Sales and visits to UK shopping centres owned by commercial property developer Hammerson fell in the first three months of 2012
Bramall and Lovell have been appointed to the second phase of a £149 million estate improvements programme.