Issue : 06 August 2009
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A cheep jobSubscription
Roofing contractor BriggsAmasco has begun work on an innovative brown roof scheme at Manchester mixed-use development 1 New York Street.
Abu Dhabi-based developer Al-Qudra Real Estate has received bids for infrastructure work at its Ain al-Fayda development in Al-Ain.
Amey has been named preferred bidder for Birmingham City Council’s £2.7 billion highway maintenance PFI scheme.
Atkins sheds more jobs after flat turnover Subscription
Atkins today said that turnover for the three months since 1 April 2009 were flat so it had cut more jobs during the period.
Ayr £2.8m healthSubscription
Ayr £4m commercialSubscription
Balfour Beatty subsidiary slashes 30 jobsSubscription
Balfour Beatty subsidiary Dean and Dyball has made 30 site workers redundant.
Balfour Beatty’s jointly owned Hong Kong business has won a £300 million contract to build a new sewage conveyance system.
Birmingham £11m educationSubscription
Contractors are being invited to tender for a £100 million contract to deliver phase one of Birmingham City University’s campus.