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Issue : 19 February 2009

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  • Adrian Pritchard at Nash Fitzwilliams

    Keeping value in your firmSubscription

    Features26 February, 2009

    Early preparation can help stop a business falling into administration and alternatives can be found

  • Olympic Energy Centre 4

    Energy deals help top 50 to bolster booksSubscription

    Analysis24 February, 2009

    Two bumper deals for energy firms, worth more than £1bn, make January’s top 50 contractor list the best for six months

  • Allan Wilen halo

    Office market set for tough year aheadSubscription

    Opinion23 February, 2009

    The change in fortunes for the previously booming office construction sector has been dramatic.

  • Polkemmet colliery  the remaining coal extraction

    Massive colliery clean-upSubscription

    Features23 February, 2009

    A former industrial site in central Scotland is proving to be one of the UK’s most challenging regeneration projects.

  • Back to Basics: contract

    A-Plant wins paper mill contractSubscription

    News23 February, 2009

    A-Plant has won a contract to supply a £400m contract to build a paper mill in Norfolk.

  • Eon to appeal Tedder Hill wind farm plansSubscription

    News20 February, 2009

    Eon is to appeal the East Riding Council’s decision to refuse consent for its Tedder Hill wind farm near Roos, Yorkshire. 

  • Tony Douglas, COO, Laing ORourke

    Tony Douglas: The boy apprentice done goodSubscription

    Features20 February, 2009

    Tony Douglas left school at 16 and is now in charge of £4 billion-turnover Laing O’Rourke

  • Will McKee  chairman  Outer London Commission chairman

    London ‘super-hubs’ decision soonSubscription

    News19 February, 2009

    The construction industry will play a crucial role in a massive project to re-engineer London during the next decade, according to the man charged with reshaping the capital’s suburbs.

  • London mayor Boris Johnson

    East London Line extension project to tender this yearSubscription

    News19 February, 2009

    Transport for London is set to begin the procurement process for phase II of the East London Line extension this year.

  • Hardhat

    Council looks for help with £240m Elephant projectSubscription

    News19 February, 2009

    Southwark Borough Council is hoping to form a joint venture with Transport for London to sort out infrastructure problems at the rundown Elephant and Castle area of south London.

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