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Lancsville Construction went into administration owing almost £15 million to 1,000 firms it emerged this week with administrators also looking at the mystery of £9 million of missing machinery.

Elsewhere the HSE has begun a fresh investigation into major hazards in the construction sector which is set to ‘complement’ the Donaghy inquiry.

The battle is on for the third Crossrail tunnel with J Murphy/Hochtief likely to face Dragados/Sisk in showdown for the job.

Bam and Sir Robert McAlpine are they last two in a bid for the £100 million contract to build a new city centre campus for Birmingham City University.

But contractors are steering clear of a £500 million east London regeneration project because of the scale of the scheme.

Chief construction adviser Paul Morrell talks toConstruction News about sustainability, productivity and how firms are missing retrofit opportunity.

House builder Redrow hopes to increase immediate housebuilding by acquiring regional spread of land.

With results season almost upon us large contractors are expected to have weathered the turmoil of 2009 better than smaller firms. CNplus will have full results coverage everyday from 8am.