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New orders fall in second quarterSubscription
New orders fell sharply in the second quarter of 2010 as the government’s spending cuts and policy decisions appeared to come through.
Ex-Morgan Est chief takes Barhale roleSubscription
Former Morgan Est chief executive Mark Cutler has been appointed chief executive of Barhale, Construction News understands.
Laing O'Rourke loses 3,500 staff to downturnSubscription
Laing O’Rourke’s turnover has fallen by 15 per cent as a result of declines in the UK and Middle East markets, its annual report has revealed, while it also lost 3,500 staff in 2009/10.
Laing O’Rourke’s turnover has fallen by 15 per cent as a result of declines in the UK and Middle East markets, its annual report has revealed, while it lost 3,500 staff in 2009-10.
Bam has won a job to renovate Africa House, a commercial development that had been put on the backburner by the credit crunch.
NG Bailey has slashed its workforce by 7 per cent and closed its final salary pension scheme as the recession bites.
Mace beats McAlpine to £70m dealSubscription
Mace has beaten rival Sir Robert McAlpine to another major London building job, picking up the £70 million deal to build the Three Quays residential development next to the Tower of London.
Top five contractor Morgan Sindall is set to move into response maintenance on the back of its purchase of Powerminster Gleeson and the troubles at Connaught.
Project revenue rules face shake-upSubscription
Contractors will only be able to report revenues once they pass “control” of a project to their clients, under new accounting rules to be set out this week.
Morgan Sindall to have HQ in RugbySubscription
The newly-merged infrastructure and civils arms of Morgan Sindall will be headquartered in Rugby, new chief executive Graham Shennan has said.