Robyn Wilson is news editor at Construction News.
Quintain secures pre-let at Wembley ParkSubscription
Quintain has secured a 50 per cent pre-let with housing association Network Homes for one of its office buildings at Wembley Park.
Firms to be prosecuted over Crossrail incidentsSubscription
Bam Nuttall, Ferrovial Agroman and Kier Infrastructure and Overseas will be prosecuted for three incidents that took place during the construction of Crossrail, the Health and Safety Executive has confirmed.
Peabody and Family Mosaic to mergeSubscription
Housing associations Peabody and Family Mosaic are set to merge into a £618m organisation.
Paddington Cube gets go aheadSubscription
Sellar Property Group’s £775m Paddington Cube development has been given the green light by Westminster Council.
Majority of contractors see suppliers go bustSubscription
Nearly 82 per cent of contractors have had a supplier go bust on at least one project over the past year, the latest Construction News Barometer has shown.
L&Q confirms East Thames mergerSubscription
Housing associations L&Q and East Thames have confirmed their merger and the completion of a £2.6bn refinancing package to help deliver 100,000 homes.
Wates Construction has won a £27m contract to build a Squadron Headquarters at RAF Marham in King’s Lynn – home to the next generation of fighter jets.
Overbury wins fit out for Deloitte UK HQSubscription
Overbury has won a fit-out contract for the redevelopment of Deloitte’s expanded UK headquarters in London.
Seven companies have been chosen by Heathrow to design plans for its expansion.
Low margins, skills shortages and strained relationships are all symptoms of the industry’s development cycle. So how can clients and contractors join forces to tackle these damaging side-effects?