Issue : 20 April 2018
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Many veterans move from the forces into the industry and can offer unparalleled expertise. But contractors must do more to support the mental health of those who struggle with the transition.
Trad Group CEO Des Moore speaks to Binyamin Ali about the mental breakdown he suffered as a 26-year-old and the lessons construction can learn from experiences like his.
Artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles are on the rise, but what are the legal issues contractors should be aware of? Fladgate partner Barry Hembling explains.
Founder Mark Davey salvaged much of his former business to start again with Kaicer. In the final part of CN’s exclusive interview, he explains why.
Shedding light on the figures behind parliament’s revamp recruitment, hydroelectric expansion and Spie’s loss-making sell-off.
Carillion Aspire JV bought out by KBRSubscription
US engineering firm KBR has bought Carillion’s share of its defence joint venture Aspire Defence.
Glasgow £100m office scheme unveiledSubscription
Plans for a new £100m office development in Glasgow’s city centre have been unveiled by property investor M&G Real Estate.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling needs to answer questions about Carillion’s appointment to HS2 in front of a select committee, Sir Vince Cable has said.
Dubai to build first 700mph Hyperloop in big week for techVideoSubscription
It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for construction-related technology taking some significant steps forward.
Exclusive: Carillion Construction had £6.9bn of liabilities: Official receiver estimates the firm’s construction division had liabilities of almost £7bn when it collapsed in January; Interview: Lakesmere founder Mark Davey salvaged much of his former business to start again with Kaicer. In the final part of our exclusive interview, he explains why it deserves a chance following Lakesmere’s collapse; Project Report: In Liverpool, ISG’s student housing scheme – sat between two historic ...