The banks providing the funding for the £350m Midland Metropolitan Hospital being built by Carillion prior to its collapse have pulled out of the project.
Carillion asked the government for protection from regulators and to block customers from terminating contracts two weeks before its collapse, according to information released by the National Audit Office.
Irish contractor Sammon Construction has become the latest company to collapse as a direct result of Carillion’s liquidation, leading to 200 job losses.
Balfour Beatty will complete a Carillion road project in Leeds worth £115m while Galliford Try will take on a £120m highways job in Lincolnshire, the projects’ clients have confirmed.
Scottish contractor Lambert Contracts has been placed in administration with the loss of 77 jobs.