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CN100 2018

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CN100 2018: The top 100 UK contractorsSubscription

Contractors are tightening their belts by reducing dividend payments and hoarding cash as the UK’s biggest construction players seek to avoid becoming the next Carillion. Here, finance editor David Price explains the financial health of the UK construction industry.

Data News

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Irish construction sector set for 20% growthSubscription

The Irish construction sector is set for growth of 20 per cent in 2019, with total output to hit €24bn, according to Aecom research.

Week in Numbers

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Week in numbers: Hitachi halts Wylfa and Carillion's untouched loanSubscription

A look at the numbers including the impact of Hitachi’s decision to suspend work at both Wylfa and Oldbury, as well as a CN exclusive one year on from Carillion’s collapse

Data blog

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Construction balance sheets leaving real estate in the shadeSubscription

In the recent Begbies Traynor Q3 Red Flag Alert report, it was heartening to see the construction sector show signs of regaining a degree of stability. 

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Top 50 soars as McAlpine triumphs in OctoberSubscription

The monthly top 50 contractors league passed the £4bn mark for only the second time this year as Sir Robert McAlpine scooped a first win in 17 months.