Issue : 08 October 2009
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Penny Hydraulics provides special brewSubscription
Everards drinks to good health with Penny Hydraulics’ swing lift cranes
WGR takes delivery of Terex Finlay 790Subscription
Waste firm expands by purchasing new Trommel
Editor's pick of the weekSubscription
Energy giant E.On has shelved its plans for a new £1.5 billion coal-fired power station at Kingsnorth for as long as three years.
Glasgow HA tenders £60m repairs frameworkSubscription
Glasgow Housing Association is inviting bids for a £60 million framework covering external improvements across its low rise housing stock from 2010 onwards.
The Homes and Communities Agency has agreed to provide £42 million to fund the development of affordable housing in the King’s Cross Central regeneration scheme.
Developer SDA has lodged a planning application with West Lothian Council for a new two-stream primary school at its Armadale Station Community Development.
Carillion has said it is on track to deliver a strong growth in turnover in the second half of this year.
E.On will put its plans to build a new coal-fired power station at Kingsnorth on hold for as long as three years.
French construction giant Bouygues has thrown its hat into the ring for the £1.8 billion new prisons framework.
Osborne boss is happy in mid-tableSubscription
Osborne chief executive David Fison has insisted the firm has no ambition to move up the league table of contractors – despite winning more than a quarter of its annual turnover in just five weeks.