Issue : 26 February 2009
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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.
Morgan Sindall has reported a 15 per cent rise in annual pre-tax profit thanks to a raft of Government-funded projects.
Mace appointment gives Shard the final go aheadSubscription
The final go ahead for the Shard was given today with Mace formally appointed as main contractor in a deal believed to be worth around £425 million.
In this uncertain economic climate, companies that are the most flexible and adaptable will be in the most favourable position to secure contracts
Regeneration suffering - with worse to comeSubscription
More than 60 per cent of regeneration organisations have reported a reduction across all sectors in the past year
Why the future is guaranteedSubscription
To celebrate Apprenticeship Week, Construction News speaks to small companies which take on trainees
Don't let the side downSubscription
Restructuring happens - but those who remain must be kept happy and motivated
First, remove the walls...Subscription
Contractors have raised the roof on the redevelopment of an historic Victorian building at Nottingham Trent University
Call to protect 450,000 construction jobs Subscription
The construction industry will shed 450,000 jobs over the next two years, according to a newly formed coalition group.
How to find the right apprenticeSubscription
ConstructionSkills looks at the types of apprenticeship available and how to get the best person