Issue : 29 June 2018
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Companies that dispute an inspector’s decision now have a route to challenge prohibition notices, explains Malcolm Gunnyeon.
Project variations pose challenges to clients and contractors and cause disputes down the line. Barry Hembling sets out six considerations to help navigate unforeseen changes.
Morgan Sindall sounds out Southampton sports hubSubscription
Stringent reverberation requirements were just one of the challenges faced at Southampton’s new sports centre.
When can a developer terminate a contract?Subscription
A new judgement has put the spotlight on exactly when and why a developer can terminate a consultant’s deal.
A look at the numbers behind Leicester City’s new training complex, Carillion’s bid revelations and Heathrow’s expansion finally getting the go-ahead
SIG's auditors face financial watchdog probeSubscription
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is investigating Deloitte’s auditing of SIG’s accounts for 2015 and 2016.
Carillion entered liquidation on 15 January and since then 2,352 of its former employees have lost their jobs – 12 per cent of the workforce. Yet the full impact of its demise is still to play out.
Construction News digital edition – 29 June 2018Subscription
Legal challenges loom after Heathrow decision: Lawyers warn runway approval could be prove to be a ‘false dawn’ as opponents prepare legal challenges; Team player: Six months into the job, Bam Construct CEO James Wimpenny sits down with us to talk margins, Carillion and the shining example of Huddersfield Town; Mosque beauty disguises the intricacies within: Gilbert-Ash had to embark on something of a European tour to source skills required for the detailed design of the new Cambridge ...
Byrne founder Johnny Byrne retiresSubscription
Exclusive: Byrne Group founder Johnny Byrne is to retire from the company at the end of this month.
Graham to focus on margin after 2017 slideSubscription
Graham has said it will focus on improving margin following a dip in pre-tax profit that cut the group’s margin from 2.8 per cent to 1.7 per cent.