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Construction News digital edition – 21 September 2018

Construction News digital edition – 21 September 2018Subscription

Insiders on the new £850m Tottenham Hotspur stadium suggest the development is ‘set to finish in January’ as pace on the job and workforce reduces; Residents tell CN of their fear and confusion as re-cladding of tower blocks found to have combustible cladding continues to be delayed

Inside Spurs' stadium: 'I’ve never in my life worked like that'_Site in August 2018

Inside Spurs' stadium: 'I’ve never in my life worked like that'Subscription

CN exclusively reveals allegations that site chaos, confusion and ill-discipline lie behind the delays to Tottenham Hotspur’s £850m stadium.

Cladding tower block housing health safety high rise

Scandal of unsafe towers: CN investigates re-cladding delaysSubscription

Residents have been left in fear and confusion by the slow pace of re-cladding private blocks deemed unsafe. Jack Simpson examines the factors behind the delays and what the future holds for these works.

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The only way is up: Understanding London's high-rise ambition Subscription

Can London’s insatiable appetite for tall buildings continue? Binyamin Ali examines the ownership of the capital’s towers and why developers see such value in the skyscraper

Construction News digital edition – 7 September 2018

Construction News digital edition – 7 September 2018Subscription

CN100: An analysis of this year’s findings; the turnover bracket that appears to be quietly thriving; contractors are hoarding cash and slashing dividends – braced for a storm; Crossrail: delayed.

Carillion Richard Howso Richard Adam Philip Green Zafar Khan

CN100: How to spot the next CarillionSubscription

Carillion collapsed a few months after last year’s CN100 was published. In this year’s data, CN turned to new measures to gauge short-term stability and long-term liabilities and set about applying the critera to Carillion’s last set of accounts to find out if it was possible to predict the contractor’s demise

More industry analysis

Tom Fitzpatrick leader

How to avoid being the next CarillionSubscription

This year’s CN100 shows an industry that is split between those who are specialists in their field and making a proper margin, and those who are struggling with fragile balance sheets and highly leveraged business models.