Issue : 4 June 2009
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West Midlands £20m highways job out to tenderSubscription
Tenders are being invited for a £20 million three year highway repair and construction framework contract by Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council.
Former Highways Agency chief executive Archie Robertson OBE has been appointed to the board of Capita Symonds as a non-executive director.
Willmott Dixon has been showcasing its healthcare campus of the future at BRE INSITE 09 this week.
More than £1 million of health and safety publications and guidance will now be free to access on the Health and Safety Executive’s website.
Three named for £220m Derby BSF dealSubscription
Balfour Beatty, Galliford Try and Vinci Education have been shortlisted for the £220 million Derby Building Schools for the Future contract.
Social housing starts still sparseSubscription
Sector expected to remain subdued as effect of private housing market crisis lingers
Scott Wilson wins £9.6m Crossrail design contract Subscription
Crossrail will award the £9.6 million two and a half year design package, C136, for Farringdon Station to consultancy firm Scott Wilson Group.
Bouygues UK has been fined £18,000 after a carpenter suffered a fractured collarbone and ribs in a 5m fall in Waltham Forest in 2007.
Interest rates expected to be held at record lowSubscription
Interest rates are likely to be left at their 0.5 per cent record low today following last month’s surprise £50 billion boost for the recession-hit UK economy.
Network Rail bosses will still get bonusesSubscription
Network Rail executives are still set to receive bonuses despite the rail operator’s failure to meet the efficiency targets set by the Office of Rail Regulation.