Issue : 17 August 2018
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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has revealed the 29 developers, housing associations and contractors that will make up the new London Development Panel (LDP2).
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.
The rise of 'social' procurement post-CarillionSubscription
The government has moved to bring more social value into public procurement. What exactly is proposed and what will it mean for contracts?
Interserve’s partner on three energy-from-waste problem projects has breached its financial covenants after losing $211m (£165m) in three months to the end of June, according to its quarterly results.
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.
Kier wins tropical medicine university jobSubscription
Kier has won the contract to build a research facility for the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).
Canadian giant to buy Peter Brett AssociatesSubscription
Canadian engineering giant Stantec is set to acquire UK consultant Peter Brett Associates.
QPR puts Linford Christie Stadium plans to fansSubscription
Queens Park Rangers FC has presented new stadium proposal to its supporters in an email sent last night.
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.
The widely reported skills crisis and lack of fresh recruits in construction is not new news to us, and most recently the Chartered Institute of Building stated that the industry will need to find 157,000 new recruits by 2021 to keep up with demand.