James Wilmore is (acting) deputy editor at Construction News. Prior to CN, he spent more than a decade covering the drinks and retail sector.
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Carillion was recruiting workers from Portugal and Greece to plug skills gaps on the troubled Aberdeen bypass project before the company went into liquidation in January.
Fresh data and political investigations are shedding more and more light on the impact Brexit is having and will have on skills shortages.
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Cross-sector use and high pour pressure mark out Leada Acrow’s Mammut 350 offering.
WSP has hired a former CH2M executive and an ex-Atkins man as it eyes more opportunities in local government and digital technologies.
Theresa May has pledged to halve the energy use of new buildings by 2030 through “modern construction practices” as part of the government’s industrial strategy.
Galliford Try has warned the financial hit it will take on the troubled Aberdeen bypass is likely to rise after weather-related delays.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling is facing a raft of questions over accountant EY’s overlapping work for HS2 and Carillion.
Labour has pledged to overhaul financial regulations to avoid another Carillion-style collapse.
MPs that investigated Carillion have rejected a plea by the firm’s former finance boss to alter their report over alleged comments he made about its pension schemes.
Former Lakesmere owner Mark Davey is eyeing annual revenue of £30m-plus with his new firm Kaicer after securing “significant” new contract wins.