Issue : 17 August 2018
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Highways England’s most senior engineer has moved to reassure drivers following the Genoa bridge collapse by stating that none of its bridges are constructed in the same way.
A former tax consultant who masterminded the theft of millions from the pay packets of construction workers has been jailed for nine-and-a-half years.
A look at the numbers behind Balfour Beatty’s half-year results, Interserve’s US-based EfW partner and the cost of replacement cladding on a Carillion development.
Interserve and two consortium partners have secured finance to deliver a £105m student complex for Durham University.
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.
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.
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It’s not been the most auspicious summer for London’s Premier League clubs looking to expand their stadiums.
The government has confirmed it will directly fund the completion of Carillion’s Midland Metropolitan Hospital project.
Murphy wins £11m luxury development dealSubscription
Murphy has won a contract to build a £11m luxury mixed-use development in Henley-on-Thames.
Mace’s development arm has been given the go-ahead for a 247-home residential and student development in Sheffield.