Issue : 19 January 2018
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FIDIC’s Yellow Book: What’s changed?Subscription
The new edition of its suite of standard form contract books has taken on feedback but is unlikely to please everyone, as Clyde & Co’s Robert Meakin and Rebecca Evans explain.
Why did Aberdeen's bypass hit Carillion so hard?Subscription
Carillion never admitted what the problem projects were that led to its £845m writedown in July, which began the public chain of events the led to its collapse.
Cyber-attacks are almost inevitable and, as their threat grows, innovators in the construction industry have a chance to outshine their competitors.
Week in numbers: Carillion's collapseSubscription
Just some of the figures behind this week’s big news event on Carillion
Work volumes fell 2 per cent in the latest three-month data – the sharpest such decline in five years.
Hit by Carillion? Help is here for youSubscription
The collapse of Carillion has sent shockwaves through the construction community and will have far-reaching consequences for our industry and the economy.
Carillion’s problem PFI hospital in Liverpool could face more delays as subcontractors look set to dig their heels in over unpaid contracts worth millions of pounds.
Hammersmith and Fulham Borough Council has called on developer Capco to hand back the West Kensington and Gibbs Green estate after branding the £1.1bn plans “undeliverable”.
Your view on Carillion – CN readers reactSubscription
Construction News readers have made their reactions clear this week following Carillion’s liquidation. Here are some of the key talking points from the comment sections of CN’s coverage.
Today marks the end of the government consultation on the practice of cash retentions under construction contracts.