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Willmott Dixon declares innocence

A independent investigation commissioned by Willmott Dixon found no pattern of bid-rigging within the company’s tenders carried out over the last seven years.

These include the six mentioned by the Office of Fair Trading as part of its investigation into alleged cover pricing in the industry.

A spokesman for Willmott Dixon said: "Willmott Dixon Construction has not, and never would, condone any unethical action or activity in contravention of Competition Law."

To ensure that all company personnel are fully aware of relevant legal obligations in this area, the company has now provided Competition Law training to every director and all members of its nationwide pre-construction teams.