Issue : 10 September 2009
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Hilti introduces compact rotary hammerSubscription
Smallest Hilti rotary hammer designed to deliver big results
Olympics: £5bn of work handed out by ODASubscription
The Olympic Delivery Authority has handed out contracts worth £5 billion on the 2012 Games, it revealed today.
Angry shareholders were expected to oppose the re-election of Berkeley Group executive chairman Tony Pidgley at its the AGM today.
Construction training centre approvedSubscription
The Learning and Skills Council has approved funding to build a new training centre to support the construction industry.
A new report by the public spending watchdog is urging local councils to shift their focus from new build housing to upgrading existing stock.
The Miller Group has reported a half year pre-tax loss of £33.8 million with turnover falling 19 per cent due to the recession.
Cardiff firm Linmar Scaffolding has been ordered to pay more than £7,000 in fines and legal costs after an unsecured scaffold collapsed at an industrial unit in Caerphilly in 2006.
Euro 2012 stadium opened in UkraineSubscription
The £248 million Donbass Arena football stadium, which will be used for the 2012 European Championships, has been opened in the Ukraine.
Housing minister John Healey today gave the green light for over 2,000 new council homes that will create over 5,000 construction jobs.
Demolition firm in administrationSubscription
Suffolk-based CDC Demolition has gone into administration with the loss of 46 jobs.