Nearly all construction shares had a bad morning on the stock market as the FTSE as a whole struggled.
The FTSE 350 Construction and Materials index fell 1.25 per cent to 3,498 points while the FTSE 350 Support Services was down 0.7 per cent to 2,755 points.
The industry's winners could be counted on one hand with just Amec, among the FTSE’s overall biggest risers of the morning gaining 4.2 per cent after revealing it expects pre-tax profit to be £200 million in 2008.
Interior Services Group and Interserve were two among the few others to see a rise in their share price after the two firms put out positive trading statements this morning.
Ennstone dropped 13 per cent after a week of huge gains.
The FTSE 100 followed losses yesterday, dropping 1.75 per cent to 4,320 points.
Amec expecting £200 million in pre-tax profit – click here
Interior Services Group secures £140 million of supermarket work – click here
New contract wins keep Interserve on track – click here
Ennstone enjoys huge share price gains – click here