10 projects to watch in 2019 Subscription
Our list of 10 projects to watch this year include football stadiums (again), large commercial schemes and two of the largest infrastructure schemes in the country – all challenging in their different ways and worth keeping a close eye on as 2019 unfolds.
From roads in Scotland to hospitals in Liverpool, the collapse of Carillion left a number of contracts at various stages of completion. Construction News looks at some of the key projects and whether or not they’ve been able to progress one year on.
Carillion’s senior execs: Where are they now? Subscription
Construction News has a look at the collapsed firm’s executive figures, examines their roles within the company, and finds out where they have been the past 12 months.
How Carillion's collapse shook the industrySubscription
One year on from the contractor’s collapse, Binyamin Ali explores what the industry and government can learn about what went wrong – and how to avoid a repeat in future
A year on from Carillion’s collapse, many subcontractors still feel unable to speak out or identify themselves as having lost large sums of money owed to them. Construction News speaks with some of those affected to find out why
Fires on construction sites are on the rise, as are the number of fires being caused deliberately. What is driving these upward trends and how can contractors mitigate the risks?
Each week, CN commissions opinions from people working across the sector in a variety of disciplines. Here are the five most-read comment pieces of 2018.
In its most recent accounts for the year ending 31 March 2017, Laing O’Rourke’s loans from banks and shareholders stood at £208.3m.
As the government launches its new skills-based immigration system, Construction News picks out the key points.
On Friday it was announced that Crossrail’s chief executive Simon Wright was to be replaced by Mark Wild – the project’s third chief executive this year. CN examines the backdrop to the latest change at the top.
There were plenty of announcements in the chancellor’s 2018 Budget that will have an impact on the construction industry.
After Wylfa’s developer announced three more appointments this week, CN recaps what the plans involve, who’s on site and what happens next.
Manchester is providing a wealth of work for contractors to target – but who is already working on the city’s biggest schemes and which jobs should companies keep an eye on?