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The Tulip: the tower London doesn’t need
Tim Clark, contributor
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The Lincoln Eastern Bypass has required a staggering £10m of archaeological works as well as overcome the liquidation of its main contractor.
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The experiences people described in such detail in CN’s report on labour exploitation are sadly more common than they should be in the construction industry.
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The average value of UK claims has overtaken the US and Europe. Deborah Ruff and Julia Kalinina Belcher give their top tips on avoiding and mitigating disputes.
Fake Skills: Fraudulent cards – industry fights back as crime rings prosper
9 April, 2013
Four current and former apprentices talk about their valuable experience gained from an apprenticeship in the construction sector.
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Construction apprentices talk about their valuable experiences in the sector
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26 June, 2013Lucy Mair
More money will be given to fund apprenticeships in 2015/16, chancellor George Osborne has announced.
31 July 2018Jack Simpson
A total of 341 Carillion apprentices will have financial support cut off next month after being officially released from the company this week.
1 August 2018Andrew Rennison
The shortlist for the CN Talent Awards 2018 has been revealed following a record-breaking year for entries.
4 October 2018Lucy Alderson
The National College of High Speed Rail (NCHSR) struggled to fill student places in its first academic year and faces a £7.5m funding shortfall, Construction News can reveal.
3 October 2018Binyamin Ali
Employers will be able to use 25 per cent of their apprenticeship levy funds on people working for businesses in their supply chain, Philip Hammond has announced.
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