Issue : 06 August 2009
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A £14 million redevelopment project will aim to regenerate some of the most deprived areas in Birmingham.
Travis Perkins’ profit has fallen 27 per cent in the first six months of the year, but bosses said today there were signs of stability in its markets.
A bricklayer is to hang up his trowel tomorrow after 50 years of service with the same construction firm.
Property prices continue to riseSubscription
House prices rose for the third month in a row in July, putting them higher than at any other time in the year.
The long-awaited trial between Multiplex and Mott MacDonald over the troubled construction of Wembley stadium will be heard from January 2011 and could take up to a year for a final ruling to be handed down, the High court has been told today.
Rochdale delays £200m BSF decisionSubscription
Carillion and Galliford Try will have to wait an extra month to find out who has won the £200 million Rochdale Building Schools for the Future contract.
More than £65 million is expected to be spent on legal fees alone in the high profile Wembley trial between builders Multiplex and engineers Mott MacDonald.
Interserve has been named preferred bidder by HSBC for a £200 million contract to provide facilities management (FM) services across its UK property portfolio.
Balfour Beatty’s jointly owned Hong Kong business has won a £300 million contract to build a new sewage conveyance system.
Keller chairman Dr Michael West retired from the business today after the firm reported a 24 per cent drop in first-half profit.