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Issue : 15 January 2009

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  • adrian_ringrose_interserve

    New contract wins keep Interserve on trackSubscription

    News14 January, 2009

    Interserve has won four contracts worth £176 million, keeping it on track to meet 2009 target revenues

  • LG_regionsmap_scotland

    Cruickshanks in £8m wind farm winSubscription

    News13 January, 2009

    Cruickshanks, the high voltage substation business of Balfour Kilpatrick, has been awarded an £8 million contract by Scottish Power Energy Networks to connect the Clyde wind farm into the electricity transmission network.

  • LG_regionsmap_scotland

    Cruickshanks in £8m wind farm winSubscription

    News13 January, 2009

    Cruickshanks, the high voltage substation business of Balfour Kilpatrick, has been awarded an £8 million contract by Scottish Power Energy Networks to connect the Clyde wind farm into the electricity transmission network.

  • LG_regionsmap_scotland

    Cruickshanks wins £8m wind farm jobSubscription

    News13 January, 2009

    Cruickshanks, the high voltage substation business of Balfour Kilpatrick, has been awarded an £8 million contract by Scottish Power Energy Networks to connect the Clyde wind farm into the electricity transmission network.

  • Allan Wilen, economi

    There’s no early relief in sight for industrySubscription

    Archive13 January, 2009

    Construction is facing its most difficult period since the recession of the early 1990s. By Allan Wilen

  • Oil_mb

    Construction costs down as oil price plummetsSubscription

    Archive13 January, 2009

    Input costs down 10.4 per cent over past three months after a 70 per cent fall in price of oil and a drop in global construction activity. By Juliet Spackman

  • willmottdixon_stbarts_sch

    Willmott Dixon win first phase of £33m schools dealSubscription

    News13 January, 2009

    Willmott Dixon has clinched the first phase of the £33 million St Bartholomew’s School project in Newbury for West Berkshire Council.

  • Brazil  city scape

    Winning construction work: BrazilSubscription

    Features13 January, 2009

    An expanding population and infrastructure investment make Brazil an attractive option for construction companies

  • internet_cropped_mb

    Doing business in Brazil: Useful links and eventsSubscription

    Features13 January, 2009

    Where to find out more information

  • Brazil  tower  buiding site

    Doing business in Brazil: Facts and adviceSubscription

    Features13 January, 2009

    Things to consider when bidding for work.