Issue : 10 August 2018
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CSCS card overhaul tackles common misconceptionsSubscription
The organisation sheds light on what the overhaul of its card certification scheme means for former apprentices.
Let’s step a year or two into the future.
Interserve’s shrinking revenue, Carillion’s final transfers and Bouygues’ departed UK bosses lead the headlines in this week’s numerical round-up.
Output is up but Q1 hangover will stifle 2018Subscription
It’s hard to believe that Britain was covered in snow and work had ground to a halt just five months ago.
NEWS: Interserve half-year loss driven by turnaround costs – costs accentuated by refinance package, job cuts and the firm’s exit from the EfW market; PROJECT: McAlpine takes on belated £500m regen of Woking Town Centre – more than a decade after plans first emerged to transform the town, the contractor is not 12 months in; SPECIAL REPORT: Our look at health & safety – having transformed H&S in the noughties, why have industry fatality rates flattened in recent years, and what ...
Morgan Sindall chief executive John Morgan has said legislation to force faster payment in the construction industry is not required.
Spie hires former Rydon director as finance bossSubscription
Spie UK has hired former Rydon Group finance director Tony Wilkinson as its new chief financial officer.
Are you putting deadlines above safety? Subscription
A scaffolder accidentally drops his spanner 50 m above ground, down into the middle of a busy construction site.
Balfour Beatty’s safety director Heather Bryant has hit back at suggestions that the industry has “gone backwards” in collaborating over health and safety.
North Midland will go direct to boost marginsSubscription
North Midland is planning to carry out more work directly to achieve higher margins, its chief executive John Homer has told Construction News.