The £55 billion Building Schools for the Future programme was axed by the Government this week as education secretary Michael Gove condemned the programme as ‘massively flawed’.
Elsewhere in an interview with Construction NewsCrossrail head of procurement Martin Rowark said it will be looking to engage more with second and third tier contractorss.
And industry growth in June is tempered by fears of drops in work in all sectors after the emergency Budget.
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