Issue : 3 August 2018
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Having revolutionised health and safety in the noughties, the industry’s fatality rates have flattened out in recent years. Binyamin Ali asks: why have improvements stalled and how does the sector take standards to the next level?
Clugston loss prompts construction restructureSubscription
Clugston has carried out a major restructure of its construction business after suffering a loss of £0.5m during the year to 31 January 2018.
A look at the numbers behind working conditions at the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium and the money needed for Crossrail 2.
The £10bn Moorside nuclear power plant has been plunged into further doubt after Korean energy firm Kepco lost its preferred bidder status to develop the scheme.
Plans tabled for £1bn Margarine Works siteSubscription
Montreaux Developments and Assael Architecture have submitted plans for a 2,000-home site in Ealing.
West Sussex County Council will re-tender a 10-year highways maintenance contract awarded to Ringway following a High Court challenge by rival bidder Amey.
A practical guide to boosting profitSubscription
This industry is brilliant at solving problems.
More than a quarter of Balfour Beatty highways work could be carried out offsite by 2025, the group’s head of highways has said.
Wates names new regional preconstruction managerSubscription
Wates has named Lisa Cunningham as its new preconstruction manager for the Midlands.
Smaller companies should be forced to report the gender pay gap within their organisations, MPs have said.