Issue : 17 August 2018
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Manchester City Council urgently needs a substantial injection of school places – and ISG has backed modern methods of construction to deliver them.
Residents living in a £35m housing development built by collapsed contractor Carillion have called on its developer to cover the costs of replacement cladding.
Who’s doing the bad bidding? Subscription
This week NG Bailey’s chief executive David Hurcomb told me the decision to “walk away” from bids had been a key reason behind his firm’s profit growth.
Tottenham Hotspur has said it is “hugely frustrated” at the safety systems failures that have led to the delay of its new £800m stadium.
Plans in for 2,500-home York developmentSubscription
A 2,500-home mixed-use development in York city centre has edged a step closer after outline plans were submitted.
Mears will look to grow its development arm in anticipation of fewer public sector maintenance contract renewals in the next 12 months, its half-year results have revealed.
Morgan Sindall recruits new board memberSubscription
Morgan Sindall has recruited William Hill non-executive director David Lowden to join its board.
From 2014 to 2017, some 80,000 construction workers reported suffering from a medical condition caused or made worse by their work. Lucy Alderson looks at the most common problems – and best practice for tackling them.
NG Bailey chief executive David Hurcomb has told Construction News its decision to walk away from work was a major factor behind profit growth in its latest accounts.
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.