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Issue : 23 July 2009

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  • Aberdeen £11.8m educationSubscription

    Contract leads22 July, 2009

    Early planning

  • Asbestos

    Anger over asbestos decision delaySubscription

    News22 July, 2009

    The Government has been accused of sending “mixed messages” to thousands of sufferers of an asbestos-related illness after further delay over a compensation bid.

  • A worker has been killed in the third accident in just 10 days on the Delhi Metro rail construction site.

    Another death on the construction of the Delhi MetroSubscription

    News22 July, 2009

    A worker has been killed in the third accident in just 10 days on a Delhi Metro rail construction site.

  • Asbestos

    Asbestos payout decision to be madeSubscription

    News21 July, 2009

    Construction workers suffering from an asbestos-related illness could receive compensation if the Government reverses a landmark judgment preventing them from taking legal action.

  • The governorate of Baghdad has approved the construction of a new residential compound in the Abu Ghraib area of the province.

    Baghdad approves Abu Ghraib housing projectSubscription

    News17 July, 2009

    The governorate of Baghdad has approved the construction of a new residential compound in the Abu Ghraib area of the province.

  • school crayons

    Bangor £10.5m college deal advertisedSubscription

    News22 July, 2009

    Firms are being invited to bid for a £10.5 million contract to build a new performing arts and technology centre at the South Eastern Regional College in Bangor, Northern Ireland.

  • Abu Dhabi’s Tourism Development & Investment Corporation has selected Germany’s Bauer to carry out work on its Louvre Abu Dhabi project on Saadiyat island.

    Bauer wins Louvre Abu Dhabi workSubscription

    News22 July, 2009

    Abu Dhabi’s Tourism Development & Investment Corporation has selected Germany’s Bauer to carry out work on its Louvre Abu Dhabi project on Saadiyat island.

  • Clare Chappell is an associate at law firm Shadbolt

    Be prepared for discrimination inquirySubscription

    Features22 July, 2009

    The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is carrying out an inquiry into the construction industry, concentrating on race discrimination. By Clare Chappell

  • Birmingham £198m educationSubscription

    Contract leads17 July, 2009

    Plans approved

  • Birmingham £335m residentialSubscription

    Contract leads21 July, 2009

    Plans approved

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