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Editor's pick of the week - CN100 published

This week Construction News has published its annual Top100 contractor listing by turnover for 2009. And what a year it’s been.

For the first time ever CNplus brings you an interactive table of the Top100 contractors which allows you to compare and re-rank the contractors by the numerous fields listed.

Subscribers to Construction News will receive the CN100 supplement – worth £25 - with this week’s issue. This is filled with breakdowns of the top subcontractors and house builders, the top 50 architects and engineers plus interviews with the contractors at either end of the table.

Companies could face unlimited liability periods as the Government plans to overhaul of the time allowed for clients to sue contractors.

ISG is looking to expand in Eastern Europe as the amount of work in its London fit-out market has dropped.

Over 80 staff at steel contractor Bone Steel are in consultation with as many as 40 at the risk of being made redundant by the end of the month.

A string of eight contractors are vying for a deal worth up to £100 million to build a new campus at Birmingham City University.

And keep abreast of all the industry news and gossip on our new blog page, where our chief reporter RhiannonHoyle and business editor Nick Whitten will be bringing you the stories behind the headlines.

If you haven’t subscribed to Construction News you can still access dozens of stories this week covering every corner of the industry.

Nick Edwards
Editor
Construction News