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Which stories made the headlines in 2011?

From contracts to companies, Boris Johnson to Noel Edmonds, relive Construction News’ top construction events of 2011.

‘One bad contract’ kills Holloway White Allom

Exclusive: Bidders revealed for £2.4bn prisons frameworks

Willmott Dixon fees anger suppliers

Autumn statement: Industry wishlist names 72 projects to unlock

Waitrose unveils £1bn store plan

Autumn statement: Full list of the 40 priority infrastructure projects

Linford Group ceases trading

Glass ceiling panel falls and smashes near Boris Johnson at Westfield opening

Exclusive: Scammers lodge fake administration notice for J Reddington

£90m Center Parcs tender down to four

Kier named sole contractor for £1bn framework

Costain lands £400m London Bridge contract

Andy Hazelhurst leaves Kier

TV presenter Noel Edmonds faces £1m loss after failed property claim

Interserve and Costain give Mouchel the cold shoulder

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