A 26-deal haul during July sent Kier top of the monthly contractor league table for the third time in 2018.
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The value of the top 50 contract wins table hit its lowest point for nearly two years in July as Kier notched up yet another league triumph.
Activity across the top 50 contractor league once again held relatively steady in June as Multiplex claimed the summit for the first time since January last year.
Steady top-50 activity in May saw Wates bag its first ever monthly league top spot and Sir Robert McAlpine fall back in the annual table.
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Top-50 contract wins were down month on month and year on year in March as Balfour pipped Kier to the league summit.
Quintain has tasked Wates with delivering hundreds of homes to high standards as a neglected corner of London is turned into a thriving community.
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.
Kier topped the contractor table for the second time in three months as the festive slowdown dragged overall wins to their second lowest total of 2017.
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When Andrew Davies was appointed as Wates boss four years ago, the firm’s chairman James Wates said the industry was seeing “positive signs of recovery” post-recession.
The contractor top 50 came crashing back down to earth in September having hit unprecedented heights during the previous month thanks to HS2 wins.
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