Week in numbers: Collapsed firms, Kier and HelixSubscription
The stats this week shed light on headlines including Kier’s falling margin, an update on two collapsed firms and Mitie’s turnaround.
The stats shedding light on headlines including Galliford Try’s latest profit margin, more moves at Carillion and lofty SBS targets.
Just some of the figures behind this week’s news on Laing O’Rourke’s £2bn offsite partnership, Network Rail’s CP6 funding and Galliford’s Aberdeen woes.
Just some of the figures behind this week’s news on Carillion’s staff numbers and problem Midland hospital, as well as money owed to Lakesmere and B&V’s energy development.
Just some of the figures behind this week’s news on our London Liverpool Street project report, the latest LGBT survey and Laing O’Rourke’s problem hospital job in Canada
Lagan Construction announced today that four of its major contracting businesses were in administration, putting 200 jobs at risk.
Following Mark Carne’s announcement that he will be retiring later this year, CN assesses the biggest obstacles his successor will need to tackle during CP6 and beyond.
Carillion’s former leaders have been grilled by a joint select committee of MPs. Here are some of the key revelations from the four-hour hearing.
Carillion never admitted what the problem projects were that led to its £845m writedown in July, which began the public chain of events the led to its collapse.
The liquidation of Carillion has left dozens of contracts at varying stages of completion. CN looks at the latest updates from 17 of the collapsed firm’s major projects.
Carillion has collapsed into liquidation proceedings today after months of financial difficulties. CN sets out five datasets that shed light on the build-up to its downfall.
As the fallout from Carillion’s collapse begins, CN looks at the public sectors in which Carillion is most extensively involved.
Deloitte’s statement of proposals has shed new light on the factors that drove the firm into administration.
Five of the most revealing details emerging from the administrator’s statements of proposals.
This week Heathrow outlined cost cuts to its expansion plan – 29 months since the Davies Commission’s recommendation. So what’s happened and what’s next?
With Construction News revealing the JVs vying for the massive HS2 London stations contracts, Jack Simpson takes a look at the relevant experience of the joint ventures targeting a share of the £3bn station prize.
HS2’s London station contracts have attracted several of the industry’s biggest names, as exclusively revealed by Construction News today.
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