Gavriel Hollander's stories
Inquiry launched into Edinburgh schools closuresSubscription
Edinburgh Council has launched an independent inquiry into the closure of 17 schools in which building defects were found last month.
Hinkley costs could go beyond £20bnSubscription
Hinkley Point C could cost nearly £3bn more to build than previously thought, its French owner EDF has said.
WATCH: Keltbray trials cycle-safety device on trucksVideoSubscription
Keltbray has begun a six-week trial of a new safety device that could save the lives of cyclists on London’s roads.
Crane in vainSubscription
According to the most basic understanding of supply and demand, the record-breaking results in this morning’s crane survey from Deloitte look like a boon for business.
With a comfortable victory in last week’s London election secured, focus now turns to the new mayor’s policies on construction.
Balfour Beatty fined £2.6m over windfarm deathSubscription
Balfour Beatty has been fined £2.6m over the death of a worker on an offshore windfarm in Lancashire after pleading guilty to a breach of the Health and Safety Act.
Keltbray has posted a 45 per cent operating profit rise for 2014/15 while improving its margin to 4.3 per cent.
Delay for blacklisting court dateSubscription
Union Unite has won a last-minute appeal to postpone the date of a court hearing for more than 90 members seeking compensation from leading construction firms over blacklisting.
Three unions settle blacklisting claimsSubscription
Three out of the four unions suing some of the UK’s leading construction firms over the blacklisting of workers have settled out of court.
David Lawther leaves ISGSubscription
David Lawther has stood down as chief executive of ISG just weeks after the fit-out specialist agreed to a takeover from US private equity firm Cathexis.