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What now for the post-Meggs IPA?Subscription
The appointment of Tony Meggs as Crossrail chairman is interesting, not least because I understand he had already decided to leave the Infrastructure and Projects Authority before the role became available.
Bam appoints new frameworks directorSubscription
Bam has replaced Keith Rayner as frameworks director with Karen Davenport joining the firm.
Exclusive: Balfour Beatty is planning to merge the location and management of its ground engineering, living places and Balvac business units and is consulting on redundancies.
Kier's peers won't delight in its credit fearsSubscription
In October CN invited directors from some of the UK’s largest tier ones to discuss what the contractor of the future might look like.
The Environment Agency is planning to procure longer-term contracts, with its supply chain taking more of a role in managing assets as the industry seeks to offer better solutions for projects.
Morrisroe tipped to buy Cementation SkanskaSubscription
Morrisroe is in talks to buy Cementation Skanska, sources have told Construction News.
Construction can do better – but it needs helpSubscription
The construction industry is divided into two groups of people.
We can't let workers slip through the cracksSubscription
‘The sad story of Romanians in construction’ was one headline suggestion for this week’s CN investigation into modern slavery.
Jitters over a no-deal Brexit have forced share prices in contractors, housebuilders and materials groups down this morning after political turmoil engulfed Westminster.
Wates MD shuffles leadership packSubscription
Wates group managing director Paul Chandler has shuffled his construction management leaders with four promotions.
Construction finance specialist at invoice finance provider Bibby Financial Services Jason Heath outlines the results of the group's report looking at the business landscape in 2020.
Views from the Autodesk BIM conference 2011
The cabinet met this afternoon to discuss its response to the nuclear emergency in Japan.
The most impressive queues at Ecobuild 2011 have generally been reserved for people looking for a caffeine fix.
If you wanted proof that green building can lead to employment, look no further than the numbers of staff at Ecobuild 2011.
It’s May 2010 and a new coalition government has entered Downing Street. Flowers are in bloom, lambs are a-springing (allegedly) and newly elected Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his intention to make this the “greenest government ever”.