Issue : 17 August 2018
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Balfour Beatty bags £200m London luxury resi jobSubscription
Balfour Beatty has won the contract to deliver a luxury residential project in London’s Mayfair.
Exclusive: Balfour Beatty chief executive Leo Quinn has confirmed the company is carrying out remedial works worth millions on the Don River Bridge as part of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
Balfour treads the new pathSubscription
There’s one thing subcontractors and journalists have very much in common: we’re both on the lookout for tell-tale signs of trouble among main contractors.
Balfour uses cash boost to pay down debtsSubscription
Balfour Beatty has used extra cash generated in the first half of 2018 to pay down debts, its interim results revealed this morning.
Builder charged after digger wrecks £4m homesSubscription
A builder has been accused of partially destroying five recently built McCarthy & Stone houses worth £4m in Hertfordshire.
Canadian giant to buy Peter Brett AssociatesSubscription
Canadian engineering giant Stantec is set to acquire UK consultant Peter Brett Associates.
The government has confirmed it will directly fund the completion of Carillion’s Midland Metropolitan Hospital project.
The man in charge of getting the Midland Metropolitan Hospital finished has told CN he wants up to five bidders competing for the £300m-plus contract to complete the job.
Residents living in a £35m housing development built by collapsed contractor Carillion have called on its developer to cover the costs of replacement cladding.
PwC staff were paid an average of £356 an hour by the official receiver for their work on Carillion’s liquidation, letters released by MPs’ joint inquiry have revealed.