Issue : 14 September 2018
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Bam builds operating theatre on stilts at Leeds hospitalVideoSubscription
Leeds General Infirmary is getting a precision-engineered extension that is being constructed just yards from life-saving surgeries.
A look at the numbers behind a busy week for Network Rail, Galliford’s construction loss and NuGen’s headcount deduction.
The government has proposed replacing the OJEU public procurement portal with a homegrown UK-specific notification service in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Tarmac's £1bn deal skews August league tableSubscription
Highways England’s national resurfacing deal gave Tarmac victory in the monthly league and produced a distorted August top 50 for the second year running.
Delays to the start of civils construction on phase one of HS2 will not affect its opening date, the boss of the £55.7bn project has told Construction News.
Growth in Galliford Try’s construction business will flatten as the group focuses on margins, the division’s chief executive Bill Hocking has told CN.
The Carillion joint inquiry has branded the government’s refusal to review the role of crown representatives that monitor major government suppliers as “astonishing”.
CIL bill gives Battersea the bluesSubscription
As far as the former boss of Battersea Power Station’s redevelopment is concerned, the law is an ass.
Carillion installed cladding that breached fire safety regulations on its £335m Royal Liverpool Hospital, the hospital’s bosses have revealed.
TfL seeks partner for 3,000 homes plan Subscription
Transport for London has begun the search for a private partner to help deliver 3,000 build-to-rent homes.