Issue : 8 March 2012
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John Reddington has bought a Nottingham precast concrete firm which collapsed 18 months ago while working on the Olympics.
The UK needs a nuclear advisory board and the right investment decisions to take advantage of a potential world-leading £100bn nuclear industry, according to the former government chief scientific advisor.
Savings of more than £1 billion to Crossrail prove that Crossrail 2 is affordable, Boris Johnson has told Construction News.
Morgan Sindall nabs £70m Midlands town centreSubscription
Morgan Sindall has been appointed as main contractor on St Modwen’s £70 million new Longbridge town centre.
May Gurney has made Mark Hazlewood its group finance director following the resignation of Matt Stevens last month.
Companies go for gold in this Olympic yearSubscription
A huge congratulations to all those companies that have made the shortlist for this year’s Construction News Awards (see full shortlist).
This week the government launched two policies: NewBuy and its expansion of Right to Buy, both of which were announced in November.
CN has announced the shortlist for the Construction News Awards 2012.
Contractors have insisted they will continue to prioritise existing supply chains despite signing up to an online portal to offer SMEs access to work on government contracts.
B&K leads Edinburgh hotel boom with £120m dealSubscription
Bowmer and Kirkland is to deliver a £120 million scheme to transform the former Scottish Provident headquarters in Edinburgh into a luxury hotel as the city’s leisure sector booms.