Issue : 2 November 2018
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An asbestos-related case in Wales has highlighted what contractors need to do if they plan to rely on a consultant’s report. Iffat Ahmad explains.
The contractor is dodging Crossrail tunnels and preserving remarkable history on a major redevelopment described as a 21st century Piccadilly Circus.
A look at the numbers as Highways England reacts to the abolished PF2 mode and Morgan Sindall sees a group order book reduction.
Bam has staged a large-scale safety drill at its Paradise Birmingham site.
PFI’s successor may look remarkably familiarSubscription
Following Carillion’s collapse in January, the Budget marked the beginning of the end for the private finance initiative (PFI) and private finance 2 (PF2).
How to make all employees work-readySubscription
This is one of the key concerns I hear when I talk to employers. They want young people who have completed college courses to be ready for work on day one.
The Scottish transport secretary has criticised the joint venture building the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route after a further delay to the project was announced.
Mace cranks up the fit-out warSubscription
During times of crisis or upheaval, many of us will have heard or uttered something along these lines in an attempt to offer reassurance: ‘Change isn’t always a bad thing.’
Mace has appointed a new director to lead its rebranded fit-out business.
Morgan Sindall has said it expects construction and infrastructure margins to hit “at least 2 per cent” for the second half of 2018.