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Revealed: £100m Carillion rescue fund goes untouchedSubscription

Exclusive: An extra £100m of financing made available for SMEs in the wake of Carillion’s collapse remains untouched a year on from the liquidation, Construction News can reveal.

Carillion: One year on

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Carillion's silent victims: The dangers of speaking outSubscription

A year on from Carillion’s collapse, many subcontractors still feel unable to speak out or identify themselves as having lost large sums of money owed to them. Construction News speaks with some of those affected to find out why

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Willmott offers geometric solution to Pontypridd puzzleSubscription

The contractor is giving voice to a council-backed redevelopment of the South Wales Valley town, in the shape of £40m multi-use scheme

Roundtable: Cost vs Value

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How to solve the information-productivity puzzleSubscription

Construction is awash with data, so how could it be better used to jump-start the sector’s flatlining productivity?


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Week in numbers: A narrow rail miss and an 800-year-old jobSubscription

A look at the numbers including a shares boost for Taylor Wimpey, a narrow miss for a rail worker, and an 800-year-old revamp for McAlpine

Sector previews: 2019

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Water in 2019: Resilience, AI and investmentSubscription

This year has been a turbulent year for the water sector, with challenges around the state of the network, leakage and affordability set against a political debate over who is best placed to deliver such an essential service.

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