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Review: 2018

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10 projects to watch in 2019 Subscription

Our list of 10 projects to watch this year include football stadiums (again), large commercial schemes and two of the largest infrastructure schemes in the country – all challenging in their different ways and worth keeping a close eye on as 2019 unfolds.

15 People to watch Index

15 people to watch in 2019Subscription

From Meggs to Mitchell, Haydn to Harrington, Khan to Kelleher: the 15 industry protagonists you won’t be able to ignore next year.

HS2 Old Oak Common Station Erith CSJV 5

HS2's Old Oak Common station: How to build a mega-projectSubscription

Construction News takes a tour of a mega-project with HS2 Old Oak Common project director Matthew Botelle to find out how it will be built.


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Week in numbers: Interserve finance and Crossrail fundingSubscription

This week’s critical figures include Crossrail’s potential overspend and Interserve’s financing renegotiations.

Charlotte Barker head of construction Nockolds

Contracts: 5 top tips when negotiating with developersSubscription

Charlotte Barker offers a refresher in the fundamentals when ironing out contracts with clients.

Jane Fender Allison CMS

Liquidated damages ruling put to the testSubscription

A much-discussed decision about liquidated damages has now been put to the test – with implications for contractors, Jane Fender-Allison writes.

Preview: 2019

rebecca larkin cpa senior economist

Materials in 2019: Trade, tariffs and looking beyond BrexitSubscription

While it is impossible to look to 2019 without mentioning Brexit, the near-term outlook for construction activity has already been shaped by the uncertainty since the 2016 referendum.

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