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Issue : 05 November 2009

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  • handshake

    Johnson Controls wins Barclays facilities management jobSubscription

    News4 November, 2009

    Facilities management business Johnson Controls Global WorkPlace Solutions (GWS) has signed a contract with Barclays to manage 1,800 retail sites and 50 corporate buildings in the UK.

  • report

    Marks & Spencer eco-Plan A continues to progressSubscription

    News4 November, 2009

    Marks & Spencer has presented its half-yearly update on its five year eco-plan, Plan A, with “significant progress” reported in all of the plan’s five areas.

  • South East

    Northants council advertises £20m bypass jobSubscription

    News4 November, 2009

    Northamptonshire County Council is inviting bids for an 18-month £20 million contract to build the A509 Isham bypass.

  • road

    Surrey seeks new road maintenance contractorSubscription

    News4 November, 2009

    Surrey County Council has decided not to extend its current road maintenance contract with Carillion and Ringway beyond 2011 and has announced plans to procure new contractors.

  • Law hammer

    Laing O'Rourke consortium sues Department of HealthSubscription

    News4 November, 2009

    A Laing O’Rourke-led consortium has launched a £20 million law suit against the Department of Health and the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust over a cancelled £921 million hospital project.

  • Nakheel Harbour Tower 2

    WSP Group says conditions "remain very challenging"Subscription

    News4 November, 2009

    Consulting engineer WSP Group today said market conditions “remain very challenging” and have not changed since the firm’s half year results in July.

  • LSC

    LSC to fund skills academySubscription

    News4 November, 2009

    The Learning and Skills Council has approved funding to build the National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural Skills.

  • treasury  government

    Treasury consults on competitive dialogueSubscription

    News4 November, 2009

    The Treasury has launched a consultation on competitive dialogue in procurement.

  • grads09

    Skanska scoops £28m Essex school jobSubscription

    News4 November, 2009

    Skanska has won a £28 million contract to redvelop a school in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, for Southend-on-Sea Borough Council.

  • Steve Morgan  executive chairman  Redrow

    Redrow housing sales return to "historic norms"Subscription

    News4 November, 2009

    Redrow said today that its private housing sales for the first 18 weeks of the financial year are 47 per cent up on the same period last year, having returned to “historic norms”.