Skanska is poised to be named as the new contractor on Carillion’s £350m Midland Metropolitan Hospital contract after Kier confirmed it was out of the running.
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Former Skanska chief executive Michael Putnam is due to join Arcadis’s supervisory board next month.
Exclusive: Kier and Skanska are the two contractors left battling to replace Carillion on the Midland Metropolitan Hospital contract, Construction News understands.
A Skanska consortium has pulled out of the race to build the £1bn Silvertown Tunnel in east London.
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The contractor top 50 increased more than 20 per cent year on year in February as Mace signed a single £400m deal to claim first place in the monthly league.
In Lincolnshire, engineers are boring a tunnel beneath the River Humber to accommodate a new gas pipeline.
Giants of construction have suffered a torrid start to the year.
The contract-win top 50 stabilised in November as industrial specialist Winvic took its first league victory on record.
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The Construction News Summit brought together tech experts and innovation gurus from across the built environment to target the challenge of industry productivity.
The winners of the Construction Investing in Talent Awards 2017 have been revealed during a glittering ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.
In the war for talent, graduates can provide a welcome source of skills – and our six finalists have all shown how best to tap into that resource.
Morgan Sindall has been forced off the summit of the annual contractor rankings after 11 consecutive periods, as HS2’s huge civils deals gave Balfour Beatty the monthly league title.
The quietest month of the year so far couldn’t stop Galliford Try recording its second straight triumph in the monthly contractor league.
Winner: Skanska Civil Engineering – M1 J19 improvement
The contractor top 50 fell back in June after May’s high watermark, despite impressive totals for both Galliford Try and Morgan Sindall.
With a huge skills shortage continuing to bite, these eight finalists have shown a desire to attract and retain the brightest talent.
The adoption of BIM continues to grow across the industry – and these organisations have demonstrated an exemplar approach.
Our finalists have all demonstrated an exemplar approach to sustainability on their projects, including complex refurbishments, tricky new builds and even a fire station.
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