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Wates MD shuffles leadership packSubscription
Wates group managing director Paul Chandler has shuffled his construction management leaders with four promotions.
Persimmon: Lessons from jilted JeffSubscription
Jeff Fairburn has been sacked (or ‘asked to resign’) for taking a ludicrous bonus by the company that gave him said ludicrous bonus.
One of the problems caused by Brexit preparations during the past two years has been getting civil servants and ministers to discuss anything else.
Gallagher Group appoints former RLB chief as CEOSubscription
The Gallagher Group has appointed Persimmon regional chairman and former Rider Levett Bucknall chief executive Lance Taylor as its new CEO.
Laing O’Rourke has failed to file accounts on time because of slow progress with its UK refinancing, the group has said.
Budget can't make Britain any promisesSubscription
Every year around Budget time, CN reporters are inundated with press-released pleas from construction trade bodies, companies and leaders.
Make hails VR influence for planning U-turnSubscription
Make has hailed the use of virtual reality for helping overturn a planning refusal of its proposed 46-storey Isle of Dogs residential tower.
Engie in 50-year £195m student accommodation winSubscription
Engie has won a £195m design, refurb and FM deal with Kingston University for its student accommodation.
May should choose her words more carefullySubscription
Theresa May’s preference for ‘skilled’ workers was an unhelpful and sad takeaway from the party conferences.
South Eastern Electrical enters administration Subscription
Exclusive: M&E subcontractor South Eastern Electrical (SEE) has entered administration, Construction News has learned.
Construction finance specialist at invoice finance provider Bibby Financial Services Jason Heath outlines the results of the group's report looking at the business landscape in 2020.
Views from the Autodesk BIM conference 2011
The cabinet met this afternoon to discuss its response to the nuclear emergency in Japan.
The most impressive queues at Ecobuild 2011 have generally been reserved for people looking for a caffeine fix.
If you wanted proof that green building can lead to employment, look no further than the numbers of staff at Ecobuild 2011.
It’s May 2010 and a new coalition government has entered Downing Street. Flowers are in bloom, lambs are a-springing (allegedly) and newly elected Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his intention to make this the “greenest government ever”.