Issue : 23 April 2009
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Getting to grips with Libyan contracts
Stradform in £7.6m hospital winSubscription
Vinci Construction-owned Stradform has been awarded a £7.6 million contract to construct a 25-bed hospital development in Hensol, South Wales.
Volvo Construction Equipment experienced a dramatic drop in both sales and income as the total world market for heavy, compact and road machinery equipment decreased by 48 per cent in the first quarter of 2009 compared to the same period the year before.
Focus on the messageSubscription
I don’t mind admitting that I felt sorry for the Alistair Darling on Wednesday as he delivered the budget.
Director faces life imprisonment and firm faces unlimited fine if convicted under new laws.
No new coal fired power stations will be built in the United Kingdom without cabon capture and storage under new proposals unveiled today by energy secretary Ed Miliband.
Balfour Beatty is understood to be in the running for the £500 million rebuild of South Glasgow hospital.
The UK renewables industry has welcomed the 2009 Budget, claiming the newly announced measures address “the short-term economic hurdles” faced by the sector.
Persimmon reduces debt levels by £300mSubscription
Persimmon has reduced its debt levels by more than £300 million over the past year.
The head of retail development at John Lewis and chair of the British Council of Shopping Centres Jeremy Collinshas slammed the 2009 Budget, saying it provided not real help to the retail property industry.