Issue : 13 December 2012
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United Utilities starts £3bn AMP6 raceSubscription
United Utilities Water has launched the £3bn tender process for its AMP6 programme.
May Gurney lost out on the re-bidding for the Norfolk roads maintenance contract worth up to £780 million after being outscored by three bidders, the council said today.
Carillion chief executive Richard Howson has said he anticipates construction operating margins of up to 4 per cent in the short-term, while defending the firm’s approach to how it pays its supply chain.
The Department of Health is “weeks away” from a long-awaited announcement on the £425 million Royal Liverpool Hospital project, it has told CN.
Mace has poached two Currie & Brown directors as it continues to grow its Middle East and North Africa cost consultancy business.
£2bn Chelsea Barracks scheme 'under review'Subscription
Qatari Diar, the Qatari state’s property and investment arm, is reviewing the £2bn Chelsea Barracks project, it has been reported.
Hyder acquires two firms for £7mSubscription
Design and engineering consultancy Hyder has splashed out around £7 million in two acquisitions, and is looking at more deals on the horizon.
Administrators to one of the UK’s largest private civil engineering firms Hewlett are trying to sell the company in a bid to save 300 jobs.
Building suppliers including Graftons and Tippers are among the firms that bought WT Burden depots after the group fell into administration.
Challenges ranging from no room for deliveries, a swimming pool, a spatially constrained plant room and a desire to avoid “green bling” have shaped the tone of Cowlin’s makeover of a students’ union building.