Issue : 26 February 2009
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Apprentices need speedy joint actionSubscription
A fast and coherent reponse is vital to secure the future wellbeing of the sector
BAA profits dented by falling passenger numbersSubscription
Airports operator BAA said profits had been dented by falling passenger numbers as soaring fuel prices and the economic downturn rocked the aviation sector.
Balfour Beatty buys US firm Subscription
Balfour Beatty has bought family-owned firm RT Dooley Construction based in Charlotte, North Carolina, for around $40 million in cash.
Bam wins £66m York Uni contractSubscription
Bam Construction has won a £66 million deal to deliver new buildings for the University of York.
Barnsley £100m ResidentialSubscription
Barratt cuts a further 700 jobsSubscription
Barratt has cut a further 700 jobs over the last six months in a bid to cope with the recession.
Barratt plunges to near £600m lossSubscription
Barratt plunged to a near £600 million loss for the last six months of 2008 after making £495 million of landbank writedowns.
Barry £1m ResidentialSubscription
Bath £10m CommercialSubscription
The local International Centre for Commerce & Contracting has submitted a low-bid of SR186m ($50m) for the construction of 100 villas at King Fahd University for Petroleum & Minerals.